Leandro Penna will never get back together with his ex-girlfriend Katie Price and has revealed she has been texting him ''begging'' him to give her another chance.
Leandro Penna will never get back together with Katie Price.
Speaking in an exclusive interview in the current issue of Reveal Magazine, the Argentinean model has revealed he is completely finished with the 34-year-old TV star - who he started dating in February 2011, before splitting from her last month - and has no intention of ever rekindling their relationship, even though Katie wants to.
Leandro said: ''Leaving her was the best decision I ever made. She was still messaging me two weeks ago, begging me to come back, but I'm never going back and I've told her to leave me alone.''
Leandro - who met Katie at Sir Elton John's post-Oscars in Los Angeles - also claims the busty beauty is ''self-obsessed'' and spends a lot of her time looking at pictures of herself on the internet.
Leandro added: ''She spends morning, noon and night looking at pictures of herself online - she is self-obsessed.''
You can watch the video of Leandro being interviewed at www.reveal.co.uk
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