Ashley Benson Splits With Ryan Good After One Year

Celebrity News Mar. 18, 2013 AT 12:20PM
 Actress Ashley Benson and Ryan Good attend Lisa Love And Tommy Hilfiger Host A Night Of Cocktails And Dancing With A Musical Performance By Johnnyswim at Soho House on November 10, 2011 in West Hollywood, California. Actress Ashley Benson and Ryan Good attend Lisa Love And Tommy Hilfiger Host A Night Of Cocktails And Dancing With A Musical Performance By Johnnyswim at Soho House on November 10, 2011 in West Hollywood, California. Credit: Donato Sardella/WireImage.com

The rumors are true: Ashley Benson and Ryan Good have ended their relationship of more than one year, the Spring Breakers actress confirms in the April issue of Seventeen. The two reportedly called it quits in late 2012, though neither star confirmed a split at the time.

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"I've always been in relationships," Benson tells the magazine. "And I knew I needed to learn to be comfortable alone."

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Deciding to split with Justin Bieber's "swagger coach" wasn't easy, the Pretty Little Liars star admits. "Anytime you go through a breakup, it's rough," Benson explains. "Ryan and I are still close, but I'm too young to be in a serious relationship. Work is my boyfriend!"

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Benson adds that she's open to falling in love again, but it's not her primary focus. "If it happens, it happens. I'm 23 -- I could have a boyfriend tomorrow. But relationships are scary, because once you're in one, you have to face the idea of breaking up or staying together forever," she tells Seventeen. (As it happens, her Spring Breakers costar Selena Gomez split with Bieber -- seemingly for good -- earlier this year.) "It's scary."

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