Olivia Culpo Posts Sunny Easter Bikini Photo After Public Drama with Ex Danny Amendola

Hanna Flanagan

Olivia Culpo seemed to be putting her relationship drama behind her for the Easter holiday.

The 26-year-old model looked happy and healthy while holding her 10-month-old nephew, Remi Berkeley Bortone, in a new Instagram post.

She captioned the photo, “Happy Easter from my family to yours” with a heart emoji.

The Monday post marks Culpo’s second since her NFL star ex Danny Amendola slammed her in an explosive Instagram rant on Friday. In Amendola’s expletive-filled message, he claimed Culpo “believes in fishbowl lifestyle,” among other things.

Amendola wrote that Culpo “chooses and wants to be noticed on the internet and in Hollywood to make money.” He also exposed (very) intimate details of his 2-year-long relationship with the model.

“The universe brought her and I together to enjoy life, love and learn. We celebrated that as often as we could. And the sex was f— crazy too.”

Amendola concluded the rant with a dig at Zedd, after Culpo was spotted getting flirty with the musician at Coachella last weekend. In a video obtained by TMZ, Zedd, 29, was even seen wrapping his arms around the model during Ariana Grande’s set. Amendola, 33, made it clear that he does not approve of the new fling.

“Not sure what’s in the future but the only thing I care about is her HAPPINESS. And if that’s dancing with scrony [sic] little f—-, so be it. I’m happy too. With that said! Liv! My beautiful ex-Gf! Carry on IG.”

Danny Amendola/Instagram
Danny Amendola/Instagram
Danny Amendola/Instagram

Amendola deleted the post shortly after, but not before his followers — and friends — had a chance to weigh-in. His former New England Patriots teammate Julian Edelman commented, “Get off Instagram please … thanks.”

Amendola didn’t exactly take Edelman’s advice, but he did switch things up a bit with a much more light-hearted Instagram post of country stars Kenny Chesney and Matthew Ramsey (of Old Dominion) wearing New England Patriots jerseys the next morning.

Still, Amendola seemingly addressed his feud with Culpo in the caption, writing “People won’t often remember what you said, they will remember how you made them feel.”