Brian Austin Green devoted a lot of time to the subject of co-parenting on a recent episode of his podcast Oldish, which means he inevitably ended up speaking about his relationship with Megan Fox (whom he shares three children with).
And apparently, Brian didn’t reach out to Megan to give her a heads up that he’d be discussing their personal co-parenting relationship. As he told Page Six, “No, no. I reached out to [Megan] afterwards.” He then revealed the message he sent, confessing, “I said to her in a text, I just said, ‘Hey, just to let you know, I discussed our co-parenting in our podcast. I’m sorry if you didn’t want that.’”
While chatting about his approach to podcasting with co-hosts Sharna Burgess and Randy Spelling, Brian said, “We’re not in the business of shaming people. We collectively, the three of us, try and take as much responsibility for our lives as we can, as well.” “So we’re not just sitting here trying to point the finger and talk about our personal stories. We’re trying to make our stories collective stories,” he added.
Brian’s specific comments about Megan, you ask? Actually pretty chill—but still personal! “We coparent really well together,” he reportedly said, going on to note that, “When we need to, we communicate really well, we are open to things, we don’t take things personally.It is my goal, and I think it’s her goal as well, that the kids are in as healthy [of an] environment as they can be in.”