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Former beau to Slaughterhouse rapper Joe Budden, Esther Baxter is King Magazine’s new cover model for their forthcoming Sept/October issue.  Along with a gallery of photos which is sure to pull copies off the shelves, Baxter offers an open interview to the magazine, with some words about her relationship with Joey.

Here’s an excerpt:

Unfortunately, there’s been more focus on your recent public split with rapper Joe Budden. He does have a track record when it comes to being associated with video models. Did you know this going into your relationship?
With me, I had no idea who he was, what he did, or any of his music.

Seriously? You didn’t know about his hit record, “Pump It Up”?
No, I thought Swizz Beatz did that song.

Baxter claims she had no prior knowledge about the persona Joe Budden carried on before they met, stating, I didn’t know anything about his past. And I judged him by who he was and who he presented himself to me.”

Well, then.

You can pick up your own personal copy to read the rest of her interview with King, on July 17th.

It was all good a couple of weeks ago, or so it seemed. Then Joe Budden released “No Ordinary Love Sh*t Pt. 3.” last week and all hell broke lose. As reported by Ms. Drama TV, Budden puts his ex, Esther Baxter, on blast and recalled the violent argument that caused their relationship to end and Baxter to miscarry their child. got the exclusive with Baxter who claimed she didn’t want all of her business out in the streets, but since Budden released the song, she felt she owed the public the truth. Well the alleged truth is officially out – and sadly – we may know too much. Bossip claims that Baxter sent them her miscarried featus pics to post, but Baxter denies sending the graphic pics and has now deleted her twitter account. Bossip also posted the police report and the restraining order Baxter had put on Budden, as well as photos of Baxter’s bruises plus the controversial miscarried fetus which is now deleted: Ester Baxter talks to Bossip

Watch Bossip’s interview below: