Ariana Madix hits back at Tom Sandoval's claim that they only had sex 4 times a year but admits their sex life 'waxed and waned at different points'
Ariana Madix refuted Tom Sandoval's comments about their sex life on "Call Her Daddy."
Tom Sandoval said on "Vanderpump Rules" that the couple were having "sex like four times a year."
Madix said that while their sex life "waxed and waned" they were sleeping together regularly in January.
Ariana Madix has refuted Tom Sandoval's claim that they only had sex four times over the last year of their relationship.
The "Vanderpump Rules" star appeared on the "Call Her Daddy" podcast on Wednesday to share her side of the story about the months-long affair between her ex and her former best friend Raquel Leviss.
Throughout the episode, Madix spoke candidly about her and Sandoval's sex life both before and during the time that Sandoval was also engaged in a sexual relationship with Leviss.
While she admitted that their sex life "waxed and waned" throughout their nine-year relationship, she said that they were not sleeping together as infrequently as Sandoval led "Vanderpump Rules" viewers to believe.
In a season 10 scene from the Bravo reality show filmed before Madix learned of Sandoval and Leviss' affair, the Schwartz and Sandy's owner told his then-girlfriend: "I want us to be more intimate. Having sex like four times a year also affects me."
According to Madix, however, they were "having sex in January like multiple times" around the time that they celebrated their anniversary.
Asked what their sex life was at the beginning of their relationship, Madix described it as "very exciting."
She said that before she and Sandoval began dating in early 2014, she was in a relationship with someone who "criticized" her body and her personality, while Sandoval, on the other hand, was "really into me."
However, the reality star admitted that outside factors did take a toll on their ability to be intimate.
"I think that our sex life waxed and waned at different points," she said on the podcast. "I definitely think that it got to a point sometimes where I just wanted that quality time so bad."
"In my mind, I thought, well, if we get through opening this bar, get through all the stuff then we'll be able to have all this time together and I felt like he just was adding more and more things to his plate," she continued.
Despite this, Madix said that Sandoval "would complain about the frequency of sex."
"It felt like he wanted to have sex but I was like, 'But do you want to have sex with me? Is it about me? Or is it just about the act?" she said.
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