TMZ Sports caught up with Jim last week after a report emerged that alleged he had cheated on Meghan in March 2018. "We're doing good, thank you," he told the outlet.
Jim admitted he "had a lapse in judgment" and had "engaged in an inappropriate conversation" with a woman via text message in a statement to Us Weekly on June 13. However, he noted, “At no time was there any type of relationship or physical contact. Absolutely none."
When asked by TMZ Sports why he had sent those text messages, Jim said, "It was just a weak moment."
Jim also shared a message to his fans. "I'm sorry. I made a mistake," he said.
As far as what he and Meghan plan to do to get their relationship back on track during this difficult time, Jim said, "We're just gonna have to work through it."
Jim showed remorse for putting his family in this situation in his statement to Us Weekly. “Clearly, I made a very poor decision to expose myself and my family to this type of person," he said. "For this, I am truly sorry and sought forgiveness from my wife."
Meghan opened up about Jim's alleged infidelity in a blog post on her website published on June 14 titled, "I'm Sad." Though Jim emphasized he "never had any sort of a physical relationship outside of my marriage with her or anyone else" in his statement to Us Weekly, Meghan expressed that she had doubts. "Do I believe him? I don’t know. Because I don’t trust him anymore," she wrote. "Physical or not, he still had an affair and he admits this to me."
However, Meghan said she remains optimistic about the future of their marriage. "I am a victim, but I am not defined by this. I need space to heal," she wrote. "Ultimately, I have hope our marriage can recover."