Tila Tequila has dumped Thomas Paxton Whitaker just one week after announcing she is pregnant with his child.
Tila Tequila has split from the father of her baby.
The reality TV star made the ''surprise'' announcement just last week that she was expecting her first child, and it has now emerged she has already gone her separate ways from her Georgia-based partner Thomas Paxton Whitaker.
He told RadarOnline.com: ''Even though I had nothing negative to say about Tila in my comment to you, and the two of us are soon to share a child with one another, Tila and I are not together as a couple and we are no longer pursuing a relationship with each other.''
Tila's bitter ex regrets singing the bisexual star's praises in a recent interview and is frustrated with her reaction to discovering his bankruptcy, accusing her of ''deception and manipulation'' of the media.
Thomas, 42 said: ''She definitely isn't living with me. I was trying to remain cordial without adding to her already notorious past, and now I am now experiencing the fallout from my generosity.
''Somehow because I went through hard times like a lot of other people when the economy took a decline, and had to file for bankruptcy, I'm somehow unsuitable to be connected to in a relationship.
''If the media could only hear the kinds of comments Miss Nguyen makes about them as individuals behind closed doors. I doubt she would ever get a drop of news coverage again for the rest of her days, but then Hollywood is a lot about deception and manipulation ... isn't it?''
Playboy model Tila, 32, rose to greater fame on MTV show 'A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila' in 2007, which saw a group of men and women vying for her attention.
She initially wrote on Facebook: ''Surprise!! I'm 10 weeks pregnant! I just couldn't hold it in any longer as this brings me so much joy and happiness to know that there is a baby Tila on the way!''
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