‘I’m the silent assassin’: Rebecca Judd admits to ghosting friends who become ‘a bad influence’… and says her husband Chris does it too
She is known for his personable on air persona, both on television and radio.
But on Tuesday, AFL WAG Rebecca Judd confessed to having a ruthless side when it comes to friendships gone bad.
Speaking on KIIS FM 101.1’s Jase & PJ Show, the mother-of-four admitted that she has a habit of ghosting friends when they become a ‘bad influence’ in her life.
‘I’m the silent assassin’: AFL WAG and TV presenter Bec Judd, 36, has confessed to ghosting friends who become ‘a bad influence’ while during an interview on KIIS FM on Tuesday
Explaining her stance on rotten friendships, Bec said: ‘I think if someone is a bad influence you’ve got to get rid of them.’
Far from over-explaining her feelings when a friend has done wrong by her, Bec instead prefers the method of completely ignoring them.
‘I would do the complete ignore,’ she said, adding that her former sports star husband Chris has done it too.
‘I would do the complete ignore,’ Rebecca (pictured) said of friendships gone bad, adding that her former sports star husband Chris Judd has done it too
‘When they text and DM and email you don’t get back to them. Cut them off.’
Bec added the only bad part of ghosting was when you accidentally run into the person on the street or at an event.
She said the reason for the ghosting, was that she doesn’t like conflict and she can’t deal with confrontation.
‘I’m like a silent assassin,’ she said.
Ouch! ‘When they text and DM and email you don’t get back to them. Cut them off’ Bec said of her strategy for dealing with conflict. Pictured: Rebecca and husband Chris
Despite her ruthless take on friendships, Bec has showed a softer side when it came to a hypothetical split from husband, Chris.
Speaking on KIIS FM separately in June, Rebecca appeared to praise Hollywood couple Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin for their ‘conscious coupling’.
Explaining a possible split with her husband Chris, she said: ‘Imagine my husband, if we broke up, and we were happy to break up, but then we got really awesome partners in our friendship group?’
Best way! Rebecca (pictured) admitted that she uses the ghosting method as as doesn’t like conflict, meaning this way she can ignore the unpleasantness of it all
‘It’d be like a big party on our honeymoon!’
The TV presenter and activewear entrepreneur also joked that she’d be ‘so jealous’ if Chris moved on with a younger woman.
Rebecca and Chris Judd married in 2010 and now have four children together: son Oscar, daughter Billie and twins Tom and Darcy.
‘Imagine my husband, if we broke up, and we were happy to break up, but then we got really awesome partners in our friendship group?’ Bec said, appearing to praise Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow and ex-husband Chris Martin (pictured)
In an interview with 9Honey last year, the WAG said that she and Chris keep the spark in their marriage alive with weekly date nights.
‘We have a date night every Wednesday,’ she revealed.
‘We book in the babysitter and Chris is really busy and so am I [but] even if it’s just playing tennis, it’s really important to have that time together.’
Happy couple: Rebecca and Chris Judd married in 2010 and now have four children together: son Oscar, daughter Billie and twins Tom and Darcy. Pictured on September 24, 2018