And, they're off -- this time for good?
After ending their six-month engagement in July and reconciling one month later, Kat Von D and Jesse James have called it quits yet again.
L.A. Ink star and tattoo artist Von D made the point crystal clear in a note to fans on her Facebook page just past midnight on Saturday.
"I am not in a relationship," Von D, 29, wrote. "And I apologize for all the "back and forth" if it's caused any confusion."
To dispel other apparent misunderstandings, she also noted: "I am not in any way moving to Texas," where motorcycle mogul James, 43, keeps a home in Austin. " I am not opening up another tattoo shop. And I am not leaving my shop here in Los Angeles, High Voltage Tattoo."
The single-again star (real name: Katherine von Drachenberg) is also without a reality show to call her own. TLC canceled L.A. Ink after four seasons in August.
"As hard as it is to sometimes let go of the things you are so accustomed to doing, I am happy to have done LA Ink, but am even more excited about new upcoming ventures," she added.
James first stepped out with Von D in August of 2010, about two months after his messy divorce from Sandra Bullock was finalized. They announced their engagement in January 2011. Von D would have been his fourth wife.