Jason Aldean Apologizes On Facebook For Cheating

    October 1, 2012
    Amanda Crum
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Married country singer Jason Aldean was caught on camera while making out with “American Idol” contestant Brittany Kerry outside a bar last week, and he recently took to his Facebook page to apologize for it.

The incident happened outside a Sunset Strip bar, where the singer had apparently had a few too many drinks; he later left in a cab alone and insists that nothing further happened with Kerry. He has been married to wife Jessica since 2001 and has two children with her.

Aldean has seen quite a bit of success this year, with his single “Take A Little Ride” hitting the top of the Billboard charts and an invitation to play the CMA’s on November 1st. He immediately did some damage control after TMZ leaked photos of the makeout session, taking to his Facebook page to apologize and set the record straight.

Hey Guys – I wanted to talk to you directly, so you were hearing the truth from me and not just reading allegations made about my personal life on gossip web sites.
The truth is that I screwed up. I had too much to drink, let the party get out of hand and acted inappropriately at a bar. I left alone, caught the bus to our next show and that’s the end of the story. I ultimately ended up embarrassing my family and myself. I’m not perfect, and I’m sorry for disappointing you guys. I really appreciate being able to work through this privately with my family and for all your continued support.

  • Tatami53

    Just because Jason was “making out” with another woman doesn’t mean he was “cheating.” It’s unbelievable how stupid and pathetic people are. Who cares that he kissed another woman? It doesn’t mean he was having an affair with her. And it is also apparently too difficult to understand that men cannot keep it in their pants. We have this impossible image to live up to and I cannot think of a single man who can, except my own husband, and he is impotent. So, he didn’t “cheat” on anybody, nor does he owe anybody an apology, nor does he have to explain that “nothing else happened” — it’s his business, his life, and I don’t care what he does in private, and why other people do and why other people think they have the right the know and why he has to apologize to quell the imaginary rage that will apparently rise up from the masses is all beyond my comprehension.

  • Linda

    Unless you live with a person, keep your mouth shut. I always say this, believe: Half what you see and NOTHING what you hear.

  • Denise

    IT IS CHEATING….anytime your at a Bar and start making out with anyone other than your partner,,,,its cheating,,,when the partner finds out they are hurt, and you have broken the trust they have in you…the loyalty that you thought was there is gone….He vowed to be loyal under the Marriage oath, he choose to go outside that….He did cheat and he more than likely hurt his wife…thats not acceptable…And there are different ways of cheating, sneaking around, it doesn’t have to be sexual,,,and if your going to be a public figure,,its not that we have the right to know what they do in there private time…its that we are going to know, because of the media and they know that so they should be more on their toes. Apologize,,,He should be begging his wife and kids for forgiveness,,Look up the definition of a cheater and what constitutes cheating before sticking up for a cheater…

  • Tatami53

    Dear Denise: I do agree with you, essentially, on everything you said. I guess what I don’t like are the hysterical headlines and the apologies to fans and the hoopla and the insanity and the endless follow-ups and the lifetime branding. I am glad I am not a celebrity. I can go to the store and buy whatever kind of food I want without it being instantly reported.

    I do not even know who this man is, nor do I care. I am sure it was a drunken moment and he didn’t use his judgment and he hurt the feelings of others. You are right. I am really in your camp, though it may not sound like it. What I do not like is the “let’s follow him till the day he dies and make sure he doesn’t do it again” attitude. You are right, he’s “public,” so he needs to be conscious of it; on the other hand, what I do not understand is why there are people and companies that make their livings off things like this; that’s what disturbs me. He must accept his failings and he must discuss all of this with his wife and kids and the media’s bright lights can ruin every celebrity’s life very quickly. This is what I do not like. Again, I agree with you, I just do not agree with how it is handled in public by the media and then how these people begin living fake lives because they cannot every make a false move again.

  • mandy

    I can’t judge other peoples relationships…But I would feel betrayed if my husband was making out with another person…..And I know he would feel the same!!!