My husband doesn't deserve any of what these women are saying about him. If you want to bash me, then do it, but leave my husband and children alone. Here is an expert from my husband, Jim Bellino's, own personal blog. This shows you a taste of what man I'm actually married to, which doesn't at all line up with what these girls claim.
"I am a real human being. The accusations tossed around so cavalierly about me tonight made me shudder -- not just for myself and my wife, but because of the basic premise: Anyone can be made to seem like a kind of monster if he or she has enough enemies on reality TV. Whether you've earned those enemies or not means nothing -- because in the end, decisions about your imagined (not real) character will be decided based upon any information given on air -- no matter how inaccurate, false, or outrageous the claims may be.
What's funny is that I could easily sit here and do the same thing -- I could very easily tell you stories about these women that would change how you perceive them, just as they have changed how I am perceived. But after reading this I hope you will realize why I have chosen not to play the game. It's beneath me. And no matter how far escalated the accusations get, I will not stoop to their level -- not for fame, not for fortune, and not for anything else.
When there is no story to tell, people invent one using what few splinters of a crafted reality they can to make it stick. But the only thing still standing when the smoke clears is the truth, no matter how long it may take that smoke to clear.
When you bless those who curse you, God shines his favor on you. It's not always easy, but it is very rewarding. I hope God shines his favor on all the castmates, but I also hope the time for dragging my name through the mud is now over. All drama has an expiration date, and the one that makes me the scapegoat went bad a long time ago. Time to move on—even the fans are totally over it."
I feel it's important to clarify something about Jim and I. When we met, eight years ago, we made a mutual agreement not to discuss our past relationships. We both felt that our lives together began from that moment forward. We had both been married before, and we both had pasts, so instead of dwelling on the past, we focused on the future. . .our future together. Now with that said, if I was talking to a guy and Jim asked me if I dated that guy in the past, or vice versa, we always told each other the truth. However, if we didn't ask, there was no reason to mention it. The same thing applied when it came to Peggy. I never asked Jim if they dated, and he never told me. He definitely should have told me once Peggy and I started to become good friends. However, Peggy should have told me too. Of course I was hurt and angry at Jim once I found out, but never for a minute would I allow that to come between Jim and I. It was 16 years ago!!! Our marriage is our marriage, and we know our agreements and we know what works for us. "What God joins together, let no man separate."