Brittany Cartwright Upset With Jax Taylor for Taking the Credit for Their New Show 'The Valley'
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Brittany 'cannot stand' her estranged husband as she's done with cleaning up his mess while expressing her grievance and accusing him of taking all the credit for their show.

AceShowbiz - Weeks after announcing their separation, Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor aired out some heated disagreements on their podcast, "When Reality Hits With Jax & Brittany."

Cartwright launched into an offensive, taking jabs at her estranged husband. She expressed her frustration with being his "ride-or-die," saying, "I'm always trying to apologize for Jax and make him look better in situations he stirs up."

Taylor countered by suggesting she didn't need to do that, but Cartwright insisted she had done it for nine years out of loyalty. However, she confessed that she "cannot stand" him anymore and took issues with him taking all the credit for creating their new show "The Valley".

Cartwright and Taylor met at a Las Vegas bar in 2015 and began dating shortly after. They joined the cast of "Vanderpump Rules" in its fourth and sixth seasons, respectively.

After dating for over four years, the couple married in Kentucky in June 2019 and welcomed their son, Cruz, in April 2021. However, they announced a trial separation last month after nine years together.

In an interview with PEOPLE at the premiere of their new Bravo spin-off, "The Valley," Cartwright explained that she had reached her breaking point and needed to step away for the sake of herself and her son. She also emphasized that the separation was not for publicity purposes.

Taylor agreed, saying, "We decided to take a little bit of a breather." He added that their separation was "best for [their] family" and that they were working together to raise their son.

Despite their separation, Cartwright and Taylor continue to see each other daily and work on their businesses together. Taylor stated that their relationship is currently in a "breather" period and that "nothing has really changed" except that they are not sleeping in the same bed.

Alongside Kristen Doute, Luke Broderick, and other couples, Cartwright and Taylor star in "The Valley," a spin-off that follows five couples as they navigate adulthood. The show premiered on Bravo on March 19 and airs weekly.

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