Brian Austin Green on his babies with Megan: ‘None of them are ever planned’

Here are some photos of Brian Austin Green at the 42nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over the weekend. BAG has always loved racing, and he’s participated in this event before. But… I thought BAG was in the midst of some lingering health issues following a car accident last year, and that he was struggling with vertigo? That’s the reason he gave for why Megan Fox needed to financially support him during and after their divorce. But suddenly he’s healthy enough to race cars? Massive side-eye, BAG.

That being said, Megan Fox was at this event to support her estranged husband. Their relationship/marriage is still pretty confusing to me. As we learned last week, Megan is pregnant again, just seven months after she filed for divorce. While there was some speculation that the baby-daddy could have been someone other than BAG, sources close to Megan maintained that BAG is the daddy. Those sources also maintained that BAG and Megan are still living together, raising their kids together and the divorce is still on. And while BAG was chatting to People Magazine at this Grand Prix event, he ended up confirming another piece of gossip: all of his babies with Megan Fox have been “unplanned.”

With two children (and a third on the way) with his still-soon-to-be-ex Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green is simply beaming about the fact that the is going to be a dad again. Even if it wasn’t exactly planned.

“You know, nothing is planned,” he told PEOPLE exclusively at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Celebrity Race, which was hosted by the Verizon IndyCar Series, on Friday. “None of them are ever planned. You kind of just go with it.”

“At my age, to be having three babies, is crazy,” the actor, who is already dad to sons Noah and Bodhi, said with a laugh. “I’ll be 43 this year.”

At Friday’s event, Green added that he has learned “everything” since becoming a dad — especially when playing it safe at a race event.

“It used to be just the rush of doing it,” Green said of picking up race car driving as a hobby. “You know, it’s a different feeling, a different rush than you are used to, and now that I’ve got [laughs] all the kids that I have it’s like, ‘Yeah, this is fun…’ ”

Green adds that being a father means that does try to be safe so he can get home to his little ones.

“It’s important that I live,” he said with a laugh.

[From People]

Yeah, he’s 42 years old and Megan is turning 30 this year. At some point, they’re going to stop keeping their situation “unplanned” right? They both have access to birth control, right? And they understand the basics of the reproductive arts? But whatever… their situation is confusing to me and I’m almost positive that BAG planned everything so Megan would financially support him, but whatever makes them happy. God bless.

Photos courtesy of Getty.

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  1. embertine says:

    Uh, yeah. Unless you actually do not know how babies are made, then a pregnancy as a result of unprotected sex is not “unplanned”.

    • Bettyrose says:

      Or possibly you know very well how babies – and child support – are made. Story as old as time, but the gender roles are usually reversed. Hard to understand WTF Megan is thinking, but she has been married to him since her own childhood, so maybe she’s still a teenager emotionally around him.

  2. Wiffie says:

    Unplanned doesn’t always mean accident. They could very well be not PLANNING on a pregnancy, but leaving the door open so to speak.

    • Zip says:

      Having unprotected sex results in pregnancy quite often so in this case – in my opinion – it is planned, just the timing is open.

    • Wren says:

      That’s what I was thinking. They weren’t actively trying, but they weren’t trying NOT to have babies either. I think it’s all semantics, really. He calls it unplanned because they weren’t going “honey I’m ovulating!” But it doesn’t sound like he means that they were accidental. There’s plenty of people who dispense with birth control at a certain point and let the chips fall where they may. It’s not a crime, and they have plenty of resources.

    • aenflex says:

      Perhaps they were using the rhythm method. Perhaps they were pulling out. Perhaps the condom broke. Having unprotected sex in no way means a couple is planning for a pregnancy.

      • Ange says:

        In my book if you are having unprotected sex you are actively trying to have a baby, period.

    • Deedee says:

      Exactly.

    • Poisonous Lookalike says:

      He’s already in TMIland, so I’m not interested in knowing more, but from personal experience, “unplanned” can mean contraception failure… that’s how I got both of my kids (and I was more than 35 years old as well). Mine know they were unplanned; but they also know they are the happiest surprises of my life.

      • Zip says:

        Three contraception failures in a short span of time. No way. There are a lot of very secure methods. Maybe people should combine them if in doubt.

  3. Naya says:

    Congratulations on the miraculous recovery BAG, Im sure the semi-reconciliation with your sugar momma helped.

    I can see him switching her BC pills and poking holes in condoms, all three times. Just saying.

    • Wiffie says:

      Makes me think of those blind items about abuse and manipulation that sounded like BAG and Megan. Reproductive abuse is a thing. Keeping their women pregnant to keep them around and trapped….

      • aims says:

        I totally agree. It’s a real thing and I can only imagine how isolating it can be. It’s enslavement.

      • Zip says:

        The woman can always use a UID for contraception. There is no way a man can manipulate that.

      • Naya says:

        Not every womans body can tolerate IUDs. Or injections or implants.

        Source – personal experience.

      • qwerty says:

        Gotta say I did have a passing thought about poking holes when this story broke.

        As for his helth problems – to be fair, he made those vertigo claims months ago, didn’t he? Also, I wouldn’t call this enslavement. I do suspect this relationship is unhealthy but Megan is in a better position than, like, 99% of women in abusive relationships. She could literally gtfo of there whenever she wanted and go wherever she wanted, she’s the one who decides to stay and it’s up to her to take this step. Her enslavement is purely psychological. Assuming there is any, that is. This is just gossip.

      • Nancy says:

        Maybe some people can be that deceitful. But she is obviously doing the horizontal bop with him and has become pregnant twice before so I think she’s fully aware of the consequences. They are to put it mildly, an odd couple. What would Donna Martin think I wonder.

      • swak says:

        @zip – there is no way I would ever use an IUD. I know of many women who have had too many serious problems with them – even today. They weren’t safe when they first came out, taken off the market and they are still not safe.

      • Zip says:

        @swak I’ve been using UIDs for years without ANY problems and I don’t know any woman who had problems either. It’s your personal choice to not use them because of hearsay.

    • OhDear says:

      Yeah, I wouldn’t be suprised, either.

    • burnsie says:

      exactly. esp since she’s been with him since she was 18.

      • d says:

        Yesss. Major side-eye to him and I think she’s a head case herself due to the early age relationship. BAG knows which side of the bread is buttered. What women see in him I don’t know.

      • Bettyrose says:

        D, women? One teenage girl saw something in him and hasn’t been able to escape.

  4. doofus says:

    yeah, I would think that vertigo would prevent someone from driving, especially really fast, in a race-scenario, where there are other cars going by you fast, possibly making you dizzy…

    when I’m experiencing vertigo (rare, but does happen), I can’t even WALK without holding on to something like a banister or running my hand along the wall to keep steady.

    • meme says:

      excellent point. wonder how no one has thought of this before? he has vertigo, my arse.

    • Original Kay says:

      I had my first experience with vertigo last summer (pms related) and it took 3 days before I was walking without holding on to something. Scariest thing I’d experienced persons, health wise.

    • Magnoliarose says:

      I had vertigo once and it was absolutely horrible. Sitting up in bed was frightening much less driving a car. He’s a big fat liar.

    • Nilber says:

      I suffer from nasty vertigo, it is a symptom from Psuedotumor cerebri. It doesn’t prohibit me from driving normally but I can’t even ride in go carts without getting nauseous and a headache. If he can, more power to him. I just can’t help but give him the side eye. I would also love to know how he controls it so successfully at times.
      I am not saying it should keep him from living life but he just gives me a creepy vibe. Who says there kids are unplanned? Poor kids will see that one day.

  5. paleokifaru says:

    He makes it sound like he doesn’t have a kid (kids?) from another relationship…

    • Fallon says:

      I noticed this, too.

    • Bridget says:

      Me too. Or is it just the way the questions were framed?

      • paleokifaru says:

        I suppose it could be. It’s something I’m sensitive to because I have a stepson and we’re trying for kids and I’d never want him to feel forgotten or erased or sidelined (outside of normal sibling feelings of that) in our lives.

    • K says:

      Ok I thank you- thought I was nuts for seeing that, glad I wasn’t the only one who noticed it.

      Maybe it was the way it was phrased but his answer did sound weird.

    • Magnoliarose says:

      It is very strange and I noticed it too. I have step children too and when we are all together I refer to them all as my children to people we just meet or in public. But to people who know that I love them I do say step but not ever when are both sets are together in front of them. I never want to give the impression of usurping their mother.
      I think it’s odd for the biological parent to do this. Megan ok but not him.

      • Andrea says:

        I agree—he now will have 4 children, not 3. He probably forgot about the oldest given he didn’t eek money out of the mother like he planned.

    • DiamondGirl says:

      I don’t think so – he’s referring to the “babies” which obviously refers only to the latest ones in regard to his age. The older son must be about teen age by now.

  6. QQ says:

    Jesus this is just… SO MESSY/Trashy/Confusing neither party comes off looking very good nor particularly level headed or clear thinking and they get to be responsible for kids and so on.. is fascinating in a slow car crash rubberneckery way

  7. mkyarwood says:

    So, that’s how we family plan, leaving it open and whatnot. Or at least, that’s how we used to, since we’re all done making babies now. There were 5 years and 8 miscarriages in between one and two, no more emotional strength to go through that again. I wouldn’t be surprised if Megan is a better mom than actress. I guess she’s just using him for his sperm?

  8. Crocuta says:

    Why does he say it is crazy for an actor of his age to have 3 babies? Isn’t he in sort of best or most obvious age to have 3 kids?

    Him knocking her up when they’re splitting is way crazier than his age.

    • lucy2 says:

      Yeah, I don’t see anything crazy about a 43 year old having a few young kids/babies. The crazy is definitely in the “we still live together but are divorcing but are having another baby” situation.

  9. Mimz says:

    He’s so douchey, and he looks really full of himself. Got the rich wife, got her with the three kids and 18 years of spousal support. But then he goes racing. Someone who allegedly couldn’t even act anymore because of vertigo.
    Ok, I know nothing anymore.

  10. chaine says:

    Aside from his inability to stop procreating, he looks awful. Needs a hair/beard makeover, stat.

  11. muffin says:

    Megan Fox is 29? I thought she was 35-ish…

  12. ell says:

    lmao, why is it ‘crazy’ for a 43 year old to have 3 babies?

    imo, neither of them is very bright (just listen to them) and all speculation of abuse is off.

  13. claire says:

    So this dude is now up to 4 kids with 2 different women and…he doesn’t work?

    • jenn12 says:

      Seriously. Eddie Cibrian could take lessons from this guy. WTH, Megan? I guess at least she doesn’t need a nanny. How does he pay child support for his first son?

      • K says:

        I’ve read rumors he doesn’t pay support for his first child; I don’t know how true that is but it is something I’ve read.

  14. racer says:

    They are both full of it and dysfunctional. If nothing is planned and they just “go with it” she should have more than 3 children. She’s been with him since she was a teenager.

  15. Magnoliarose says:

    These accidental pregnancy excuses are not only TMI, they also make them both look like immature idiots. I know the stories about him being a controlling jerk are disturbing but so are her claims that all 3 babies were unplanned.

  16. Konspiracytheory says:

    I’m no fan of BAG, but (speaking from experience) vertigo tends to come and go – he might be doing well at this time (and if so, good for him).

  17. JRenee says:

    Who needed to know that?

  18. mayamae says:

    I don’t know how in demand Megan is as an actor, but it seems her body and looks are her main appeal. I wouldn’t want to advertise my penchant for getting knocked up accidentally. Sounds like an excuse to hire someone else.

    I was never a regular viewer of 90210, but Ziering and BAG were (by far) the least appealing. How this one manages to cling to successful beautiful women is anyone’s guess.

  19. SM says:

    When a man over 40 says that babies just happen to him he is either lying or he is stupid. Which can also be applied to his wife

  20. Colette says:

    It’s God’s Will…
    I believe that’s what Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar say regarding pregnancies.

  21. cvb says:

    He is quite the douche.

  22. Andrea says:

    I have been on birth control since I was 18 and at 35, I have never had anything “unplanned”. I highly doubt he’s had 4 birth control failures. Something tells me they were drunken fumbles. My best friend got a 4th child with just one time of unprotected sex. After that, he got snipped.

  23. Amanda says:

    Unplanned doesn’t necessarily mean unwanted or a complete surprise, some people are happy to just go with it and see what happens.

  24. what's inside says:

    I think she is growing up and he isn’t.