Tony romo and jessica simpson still dating

Tropez, the ever-vigilant tabloids unearthed her mug shot from 2005.

Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo are over — and he dumped her the night before her birthday, People magazine reports. Neither do we, now that the estranged titular couple are finding themselves the subject of scandal after scandal.

“He had quite a few girls stop by his dance floor table.” Too soon, Tony, too soon! But we can’t help but feel bad for unlucky-in-love Jessica! Remember when “Jon and Kate Plus 8” was wholesome family entertainment?

I loved having a companion to wake up with and have barbecues with.

But things happen and people grow apart,” she said.

After having a romantic lunch together at Japanese restaurant Katsuya, the couple exited out the door of Korean bar S-Bar.

Jess and Tony then drove off in the same SUV while holding hands. if the rumors of their break-up were true, Jess‘s rep said, “Not true, not true. They are still together.” Gotta see it to believe it. 10 pictures inside of Jessica Simpson & Tony Romo still together…While the quotes may hold extra resonance following the split, Jessica likely doesn’t care.The star said she is cautious of criticism, but can’t help being the kind of person she is – one who shares her feelings with others.“I’m just a really open person…but if I were to say I wasn’t a little bit jaded, that would be a lie,” she told the mag. People are judging your every move, and that’s why it [was] incredible to be in a nonjudgmental relationship [with Tony].It has really helped me grow as a person.”Before her break-ups with Tony and John Mayer, Jessica endured a very public divorce with Nick Lachey in 2006.The split came after a fairytale romance that was documented on their MTV reality show, “Newlyweds.” Despite the divorce, Jessica said she would definitely walk down the aisle again.“Definitely — I loved everything about marriage.After a tough few years—two movie duds, a risky foray into country music, and tabloid headlines about her weight—Jessica Simpson is at the crossroads of Obscurity and Re-invention.