Selena Gomez or anyone else, for that matter, is not receiving an apology from Hailey Bieber.

The model, 25, addressed rumours that she “stole” husband Justin Bieber from the 30-year-old former Disney Channel star during her appearance on the most recent episode of the Call Her Daddy podcast.  

“It’s not my character to mess with someone’s relationship. I would just never do that. I was raised better than that,” said Hailey. “I was never with him when he was in a relationship with anybody. That’s the end of it.”

When the Grammy-winning singer, 28, and Gomez were spotted together several times in November 2017, their previously on-and-off relationship was assumed to be back on. The next month, Justin and his future wife were reportedly platonic and out together.

The following spring, just before he and Hailey were said to be back together in June, he and Gomez were apparently done for good. Less than a month after rekindling their romance, they became engaged. They exchanged vows that September and once more in 2019.

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“I understand how it looks from the outside,” said Hailey. “They were not in a relationship at that time … And it’s not my relationship. It has nothing to do with me. So I respect that a lot. But I know that it closed a chapter and I think it was the best thing that could’ve happened for him to move on and be engaged and get married and like, move on with his life in that way.”

Hailey praised her husband’s decision to move on from Gomez as being “the most healthy, adult option,” adding that she “would never want to enter into a relationship with someone and be engaged to them and be getting married to them and worry like if that was really like closed for you. And I am positive that the fact that it was almost entirely closed is what allowed us to reconcile. And to me, that shows respect.

Hailey also shared her opinion that no lady will ever be enough to appease Justin’s devoted following.

“‘Oh you stole him,’ is the source of a lot of animosity and its continuance. I suppose that simply stems from the fact that they wish he had married someone else, she remarked. “That’s okay, too. You can wish that all you want, after all. But that is simply untrue. – The New York Daily News and Tribune News Service

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