Brian Austin Green reveals the text he sent Megan Fox after ‘vulnerable’ co-parenting podcast episode

By admin Sep26,2023

Brian Austin Green is spilling the tea about what goes on behind-the-scenes of his new Old·ish podcast.
In an exclusive interview with Page Six, the newly engaged Beverly Hills, 90210 star admitted that he didn’t get permission from exes Megan Fox or Vanessa Marcil before filming the no-holds-barred episode about co-parenting.

“No, no. I reached out to [Megan] afterwards,” explained Green, who co-hosts the iHeartRadio podcast with fiancee Sharna Burgess and longtime friend Randy Spelling.

“I said to her in a text, I just said, ‘Hey, just to let you know, I discussed our co-parenting in our podcast. I’m sorry if you didn’t want that.’”

Green, 50, reiterated to Page Six that he tried to keep the podcast conversation positive, in an attempt to help others who may be going through a similar situation.

“We’re not in the business of shaming people. We collectively, the three of us, try and take as much responsibility for our lives as we can, as well,” he explained, noting that they don’t plan “too far” ahead when picking out topics to explore on the podcast.

“So we’re not just sitting here trying to point the finger and talk about our personal stories. We’re trying to make our stories collective stories.”

Throughout the September 19 episode, Green discussed his blended family and personal experience with co-parenting in the public eye. He shares sons Noah, 10, Bodhi, 9, and Journey, 7, with Fox, Kᴀssius, 21, with Marcil and Zane, 1, with Burgess.

“We coparent really well together,” he said of Fox, marvelling over how “incredibly fortunate” they are to have an amicable relationship.

“When we need to, we communicate really well, we are open to things, we don’t take things personally. It is my goal, and I think it’s her goal as well, that the kids are in as healthy [of an] environment as they can be in.”

Burgess chimed in, adding, “We are lucky because we have a great relationship. I think what’s so important is we have made that a priority, for us to be able to interact and have a great time.”

Green also shared that his co-parenting experience with Fox has been a lot different from his more “difficult” one with Marcil, who claimed she raised Kᴀssius by herself after the actor “cut” him out of his life amid his recovery from vertigo.

“We ran into roadblocks with Vanessa at literally every turn,” he explained, denying Marcil’s hurtful allegations.

“It would’ve meant so much if Vanessa had decided, ‘Hey, I’m going to make sure while you’re going through this that your son can still get to your house and see you.’ That would’ve just made an incredible difference in the situation. But that’s not what went down, that’s not how it happened.”

Green dated Marcil, 54, from 1999 to 2003. He married Fox, 37, in 2010 but the two called it quits in 2020. The Jennifer’s Body star has since moved on with rocker Machine Gun Kelly, while Green has been dating Burgess since 2020.

The actor revealed earlier this week that he secretly proposed to the former Dancing With the Stars pro during his surprise 50th birthday bash in July.

“He proposed to me,” Burgess shared on the “Breaking News” episode of their podcast. “We’ve been engaged for a minute. We’ve been engaged for like two months.”

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