Well, that was quick. Former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo and Tim Tebow have already called it quits. The pair was first linked in early October, shortly after her breakup from singer-actor Nick Jonas, but a new report says the lovebirds recently decided to end things.
Even though Culpo and Tebow, the 28-year-old former NFL player, never commented on the dating rumors, a source confirmed the split to the New York Daily News. Typically, celebrity couples break up over distance and not spending enough time together, but the outlet says Culpo's reason for dumping Tebow was his vow of abstinence until marriage.
In 2009, Tebow told reporters in a press conference that he was a virgin and had taken a vow of premarital celibacy.
Well, the New York Daily News claims the 23-year-old model apparently wasn't onboard with that.
“He was really into her,” a source said. “He was sending her love letters and cute notes and professing his love for her. … She had to break up with him because she just couldn’t handle it. He still hits her up, but she just can’t deal with the sex thing."
Or rather, the no-sex thing.
According to Us Weekly, timing also played a part in the pair's split, with a source close to the model telling the publication that she wasn't ready for a relationship.
"She just got out of a long-term relationship, and was not interested," the source explained.
So far, Tebow and Culpo have not addressed the rumors surrounding their breakup. Interestingly, Culpo's ex Jonas made headlines a few years ago when he said he too was waiting until marriage to have sex. But rumors surfaced in 2010 that he had broken the vow when he stopped wearing his "purity ring."
During an interview with the Huffington Post in 2014, the "Jealous" singer confirmed that he had taken the ring off.
“This is a real growth in me and not something I’m doing anymore. But I’ve got my set of values, things that are important to me now at this point in my life, and that’s all that matters," he explained. “What’s important is my relationship with God and that I not judge and that I not be judged.”