Sarma Melngailis told her side of the story in Netflix’s Bad Vegan Get it now Anthony StrangisHe shares his.

In an exclusive statement to CelebHomes News, Strangis’ attorney, Sam Karliner, talked about the Netflix docuseries and his client’s connection to the celebrity chef, revealing that the exes are “not in touch.”

Karliner stated, “He’s continued to live his life.” He’s now employed, uses his own name.

Bad VeganThis documentary, which debuted on March 16, follows Melngailis’ tenure as NYC vegan hot spot Pure Food and Wine owner and her subsequent marriage with Strangis. She accuses Strangis of exerting “coercive control” and promising that he could be her beloved dog. Leon, immortal. In May 2016, the two men were finally arrested in Pigeon Forge (Tenn.).

The fact that Strangis has moved on is part of the reason he “didn’t want to get involved,” according to Karliner. “He pled guilty to it, he owned up to it and he did it long before Sarma did,” the lawyer continued. His case was probably resolved close to one year earlier than Sarma’s.