It is really sad when people cannot find that one person in life that they want to stay committed to by getting married and loving each other till death does them part. Especially in the case of celebrities, rich, famous, good looks, and fame must have been qualities sufficient enough to have provided them with a wide pool of admirers to choose from and make decisions. But life sure doesn’t seem that easy. For anyone actually, and especially not for celebrities, it seems.
Australian actor Sullivan Stapleton has been winning many people’s hearts with his looks and talent. This 39-year-old hunk of NBC crime drama Blindspot fame has been very popular since his early days in TV (1994). But unfortunately, our muscular hottie is not very lucky when it comes to romantic affairs. He is no doubt a charmer because his list of lovers is quite long, but he seems to fail in some major relationship departments, making his girlfriends abandon him after a stint.
If the rumors are to be believed, he has even cheated on his girlfriend that one time. The gossip is of 2014. He was dating Australian TV personality Jo Beth Taylor at that time. Rather, he was engaged to his lady. The talks were that the duo was planning to get married. But things went downhill. Sullivan was shooting for his movie 300: Rise of an Empire that time. And he had allegedly gotten down and dirty with his co-star, Eva Green, the French bombshell. Upon hearing this, Taylor broke off their engagement. Looking at the bright side, at least the Stapleton-Taylor duo hadn’t moved forward with their engagement because a divorce would be much harsher than what happened.
Even the fling he cheated for didn’t amount to much because Stapleton again moved on to date his current co-star Jaimie Alexander. Alexander reportedly claimed to have a brotherly relationship with Sullivan, but sources have reported otherwise.
Though being a huge star on his own grounds, he is quite passive on his Twitter and Instagram. So maybe we can get further hints from his interviews. Let’s keep our ears sharp, shall we?