KEY POINTS

  • Jana Kramer's ex Ian Schinelli detailed her alleged patterns of "toxicity" and "manipulation"
  • He claimed the singer always asked him about his whereabouts when they were together
  • Schinelli alleged that Kramer wrote a three-page letter asking to get back together following their split

Jana Kramer's ex Ian Schinelli did not mince his words when he spoke about their relationship and split in a new interview.

The former Navy Seal opened up to Us Weekly about how his romance with Kramer, 38, ended after reading allegedly "inaccurate" statements from the singer-actress about their six-month relationship and breakup.

Schinelli accused Kramer of being "manipulative" and exhibiting a "very strong, anxious attachment" throughout their relationship.

Detailing her alleged patterns of "toxicity," he claimed that the country singer didn't want him to be around other women and would "give me guilt trips" when he wanted to go somewhere without her.

"[She'd be like], 'Hey, you don't need to go back to the gym. Why do you have to go back there? Why can't you just work out here? Why don't we just do this?' It was this very low-key manipulative nature that she would have," Schinelli alleged. "And I don't know if it stems from her past. I mean, it definitely does. I can't deny that. … She would say stuff to me to try and make me feel bad about doing anything that I enjoyed. I was like, 'Aright, well, I'll sacrifice some of that.'"

Schinelli further claimed that the "Dancing With the Stars" alum would constantly ask about his whereabouts and that he had to "cut off everybody in my life for a five-, six-month period" during their romance.

To put Kramer at peace, he volunteered to let her track his phone, Schinelli claimed. A couple of weeks later, however, she allegedly told him to download a certain app so she would know where he was going.

"I said, 'Why now? I've done absolutely nothing wrong in any capacity,'" Schinelli, who works for a mergers and acquisitions company, told the outlet. "And she goes, 'Well, how come before you said it was OK?' I'm like, again, it was, but now it's under your control. It's under your timeline. And that's how a lot of the stuff went."

Due to the turn of events, Schinelli said he decided to end his relationship with Kramer.

According to Schinelli, Kramer allegedly wrote a three-page letter asking him to get back together with her following their split, but he insisted that there was "zero chance I'd get back with her."

"You keep manipulating people the same way – friends or, you know, relationships. Therapy's not working," he claimed. "You're telling therapists a certain version and they're just responding into it that way. She has told me she has lied to literally every therapist she's been with. So again, they can only do so much with it and work with what you're giving her, but like it's clearly not working."

He continued, "So don't tell me that — because I broke up with you and walked away, you all of a sudden had [a] realization [of] what you were doing. So it doesn't make any sense 'cause I'm sure she said that to everybody else."

Schinelli clarified that he was not trying to hurt his ex-girlfriend by coming forward with his accusations but that he hopes Kramer "would stop saying that she’s healing or that she’s trying to help other people who have trauma." He also said he wants his ex to stop saying she's happy alone when "she's not."

"She has anxious attachment. And until she actually is happy alone, she’ll never be happy," he claimed.

In response to her ex-boyfriend's claims, Kramer accused Schinelli of lying "about cheating on his ex-wife" and claimed that the unnamed ex-wife has now given her permission to speak on her behalf.

"Ian is angry because all of his lies have been figured out and is now twisting the story," Kramer claimed in a statement to Us Weekly.

Kramer made her relationship with Schinelli Instagram official in January. The "Why Ya Wanna" singer confirmed their split in April and removed all their photos together from her account.

Earlier this month, Kramer said she was "emotionally exhausted" following her split from Schinelli.

"I give a lot of grace for people, and I understand people make mistakes. But there are certain boundaries that I've just done such a bad job of sticking to," she said on the "It Sure Is A Beautiful Day" podcast on May 10. "I disrespect myself in the process of staying in something that I know that's not what I want out of someone. I don't want to be with someone that just lied to me."

Jana Kramer Pictured: Jana Kramer attending iHearRadio ALTer Ego 2018 at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Jan. 19, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/Jesse Grant