She has the best to stay single.
Adrienne Koleszar, who’s been dubbed Germany’s “hottest cop,” just lately revealed on social media that she cut up up along with her boyfriend of 10 years.
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The 34-year-old Instagram mannequin who’s additionally a police commissioner uploaded a photograph of her and her ex together with an emotional caption.
“You had been at all times my safety,” Koleszar wrote in German, as translated by the Every day Mail. “And also you’re infinitely greater than that to me. 10 years, quite a bit occurred, up and down, backwards and forwards.”
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Koleszar was catapulted to on-line stardom in 2016 after she began importing pictures of herself on Instagram, the place she now boasts greater than 600,000 followers. However on-line fame comes with a value, it appears, as she hints in her submit that her newfound celeb could have led to the demise of their relationship.
“You within the public. In a world you by no means wished. However I wished it. Completely. At any value,” she mentioned. “Nothing is because it appears. Now I say overtly: We’re free. Two individuals. New possibilities. And but, without end.”
She calls this a “second life determination of 2019” and plans to maneuver out of their shared residence throughout the subsequent 10 weeks.
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Koleszar’s life has been in flux for the previous yr. She just lately revealed on YouTube that she had spent the previous six months touring a la “Eat, Pray, Love,” exploring the world whereas deciding whether or not to noticeably pursue modeling or return into the police pressure.
In December, the police gave her an ultimatum: She might return to her day job if she agreed to rein in her frequent bikini pictures on-line.
“I’ve no concern about returning to my responsibility, being on patrol and dealing my shifts,” mentioned Koleszar, who earns $3,000 a month as a police officer. “I’m satisfied [Instagram] received’t hinder my work.”
This text initially appeared in The New York Submit.