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PETA's 2008 Sexiest Vegetarian Anthony Kiedis Single Once More

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Was the stress of being named PETA’s 2008 Sexiest Male Vegetarian just too much? Blogs are lighting up that the Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis has split from his girlfriend of three years, Heather Christie

The two have a baby son named Everly Bear

Said Christie of the breakup, “Anthony is a great dad and I will love him forever for giving me the gift of life. I really hope he finds what he’s looking for.” 

Well damn — while we hate to see any relationship (especially one with a kid involved) self-destruct, we’re sure that there are some happy ladies out there knowing that Kiedis is back on the market. Actually a vegan, the rocker was bestowed the “Sexy Veg Honor” by PETA earlier this year. From the article,

“Kiedis recently went vegan after learning about the worldwide depletion of fish in the oceans and after a doctor recommended a healthy vegan diet for his son. “Soon after I [went vegan] I saw some documentary footage of what happens in the factory farming of cows …. It sealed the deal,” says Kiedis, who documented his earlier hard-partying ways in his autobiography, Scar Tissue.”

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