March 25, 2022 | 5:26pm
Lala Kent says she no longer finds sex enjoyable after her relationship with ex-fiancé Randall Emmett ended last year.
“For me at this stage in my life, and what I’ve been through … sex is tainted for me,” the “Vanderpump Rules” star, 31, said on Wednesday’s episode of her “Give Them Lala” podcast.
“It’s dirty, it’s gross. It represents something that it shouldn’t represent,” she continued. “Because I’m just dealing with a lot of emotions, sex just freaks me out.”
Kent suggested that she may seek professional help to unpack her current feelings about physical intimacy.
“I don’t want any part of it and I’m going to have to probably go and have therapy to, like, connect with the meaning of sex,” she added.
The reality star — who shares 1-year-old daughter Ocean with Emmett, 51 — went on to say that her “ho phase” has expired as she now views sex “differently.”
Back in January, Kent admitted in another episode of her podcast that she dreaded sex with Emmett throughout their relationship.
“I’ve been sober for over three years, and I had the same partner,” she said at the time. “I had sex sober, which I couldn’t wait for it to be over most of the time.”
Kent called off her three-year engagement to Emmett in October 2021 after he allegedly cheated on her during a solo trip to Nashville.
Though the Hollywood producer has not copped to any infidelity, he recently admitted to making “mistakes” while coupled up with Kent.
“I’ve made mistakes, she’s made mistakes, but I’m never going to bring that to light because that’s just not right,” he said on pal Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi’s podcast, “Genuinely GG,” this week.
“For me, I just don’t feel it’s appropriate. I can’t tell her what to do. She’s a strong woman, and I just hope that in time that kind of all mellows out.”
In December 2021, the “Give Them Lala” author exclusively told Page Six that she feels “amazing” without Emmett by her side.
“I’m out here on my own, completely independent from anybody,” she said at the time. “The only way to describe it is I feel free and liberated — and the strongest I’ve ever felt in my life.”