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Jef Holm Goes Back to Emily Maynard’s Stomping Grounds in Charlotte

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Jef Holm was spotted near Emily Maynard’s stomping grounds in Charlotte, North Carolina. Was he there to see if Emily would take him back? According to an interview he gave to NBC, nope. He went there to prepare his brand of People Water for entering local grocery stores there.

What did Jef have to say about Emily and how things are going?

Jef Holm told NBC:

“She’s great. I don’t think either of us have any hard feelings towards each other. She’s an amazing mom, an amazing person, one of the most incredible people I’ve ever met in my whole life and I learned so much being with her. I had a great time.”

He claimed that he and Emily “tried really hard” to make things work out between them. The real reason they split hasn’t been revealed. A lot of reports have sources saying Jef wasn’t cut out to be a father figure to Ricki or both he and Emily were cheating. No one will ever really know. Last Saturday Emily was seen being “cozy” with NASCAR truck racer, Jason White. She denied dating White, claiming the two had been friends for a long time.

What about Jef’s love life? Does he have one — or even WANT one?

“I’m definitely not dating anyone right now,” he said. “I wouldn’t even consider myself on the market right now. I’m just hanging out and trying to get everything settled down.”

Wonder if Emily Maynard and Jef Holm will catch up if they have time? Sounds like things are good, so why not? Some people get along better when the pressure of a relationship is off.

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