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The Untold Truth Of Pete Wentz’s Partner – Meagan Camper

Meagan Camper

Who is Meagan Camper?

Meagan Jane Camper was born on 2 May 1989 under the sign of Taurus, in Carrollton, Ohio USA, and is a 30-year-old fashion model, probably best recognized for working for such brands as Closet Case Vintage, American Eagle, and Urban Planet. She is also known for being the girlfriend of Pete Wentz, a famous rock musician and member of the band ‘Fall Out Boy’.

How rich is she, as of now? Meagan Camper Net Worth

Meagan Camper’s net worth is over $1 million, earned from her successful career as a fashion model and collaboration with various fashion and clothing brands. Moreover, she probably shares the net worth of her famous husband which is estimated to be over $16 million.

Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity

Meagan Camper spent her early years in her hometown of Carrollton – information regarding her parents and any siblings has not been revealed to the media. She has lived in both Knoxville and Nashville in Tennessee. Her nationality is American and she belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group.

Professional Fashion Model

Meagan Camper made a name for herself by pursuing a professional career in the fashion industry as a model. She was represented by AMAX, an agency based in Nashville, Tennessee, until 2011, then signed to Two-Time Management until 2015. Meagan gained recognition after being featured in the Summer 2010 Lookbook for the brand Closet Case Vintage, along with Mindy White.

In the following year, she featured in the campaign called “We The People” for American Eagle, and then appeared in the campaign for Ukrainian streetwear brand Urban Planet Spring 2013 collection. Moreover, Meagan has modeled for Beachmint, Kill City, and Zuriick, among many others.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

The beautiful model has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.77m), while her weight is around 128lbs (58kgs) – her vital statistics are unknown, but her body type is slim.

Popularity through Relationship with Pete Wentz

Meagan Camper and Pete Wentz met in 2011, just at the time he was involved in the process of getting a divorce from Ashlee Simpson.

Meagan Camper

They started dating and their relationship became public when they were spotted in New York City, along with his son Bronx Mowgli (born on 20 November 2008). After dating for two years, the couple announced that Meagan was pregnant with their first child, and she gave birth to a son, named Saint Lazslo, on 20 August 2014. The couple welcomed their second child and Pete’s third, a daughter named Marvel Jane Wentz, on 13 May 2018. The family currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Who Is Her Partner? Pete Wentz Short Wiki/Bio

Her longtime boyfriend, Peter Lewis Kingston Wentz III, was born on 5 June 1979 under the sign of Gemini, in Wilmette, Illinois USA of Afro-Jamaican, German and English descent. He is the eldest of three children raised by his father, Pete Wentz II, who worked as a lawyer, and his mother, Dale Wentz, who was a high school admissions counselor.

He has a brother, named Andrew, and a siste, named Hillary. Pete is the grandson of Arthur Winston Lewis, who served as the US Ambassador to Sierra Leone. He went to New Trier High School, and then attended North Shore Country Day School, and while there was named an All-State soccer player. Upon matriculation in 1997, Pete enrolled into DePaul University to study Political Science; however, he dropped out to pursue a career in the music industry.

Career Beginnings

Pete Wentz started his music career as a part of the Chicago hardcore punk scene. He was a member of such bands as ‘First Born’, formed in 1993, ‘Arma Angelus’, and ‘Racetraitor’, to name a few. In 2001, Pete co-founded the pop-punk band ‘Fall Out Boy’, alongside the ‘Arma Angelus’ bassist Joe Trohman, and with lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump.

Pete was the bassist, and Joe the lead guitarist, soon joined by drummer Andy Hurley.

Rise to Fame, Studio Albums, Hiatus

In 2002, ‘Fall Out Boy’ released the split EP, entitled “Project Rocket/Fall Out Boy”, alongside the pop-punk band ‘Project Rocket’. It was followed by their mini-EP, “Fall Out Boy’s Evening Out With Your Girlfriend” in 2003. During the same year, the band released their debut studio album, “Take This To Your Grave”, after which they signed a recording contract with Island Records, and released the EP “My Heart Will Always Be The B-Side To My Tongue” (2004). The band’s second studio album, “From Under The Cork Tree”, came out in 2005, and spawned the single “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”, which reached No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, while the album peaked at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 chart.

In 2007, the band produced their third studio album, “Infinity On High”, with such hit singles as “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race” and “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” – the album topped the US Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum by the RIAA. Before the band went on a hiatus in 2009, they released their fourth studio album, entitled “Folie à Deux” (2008), which debuted at No. 8 on the US Billboard 200 chart.

‘Fall Out Boy’ Return and Continued Success

In February 2013, ‘Fall Out Boy’ announced their return with their fifth album, entitled “Save Rock And Roll”, with the lead single “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up”, which topped the US Billboard 200. By the end of the year, they also released the EP “PAX AM Days” in collaboration with produced Ryan Adams.

Their sixth studio album, “American Beauty/American Psycho” (2015), was their third US Billboard 200 No. 1 album, followed three years later by their seventh album, entitled “Mania”, which also topped the US Billboard 200 chart, and later the same year the EP “Lake Effect Kid”.

‘Black Cards’

During the hiatus of ‘Fall Out Boy’, Pete Wentz co-founded the ska/electropop group ‘Black Cards’, alongside singer Bebe Rexha, drummer Spencer Peterson, and guitarist Nate Patterson, in July 2010. They released their debut single “Club Called Heaven”, featuring rapper Chiddy, in September 2010, then a number of songs through their official website and YouTube, such as the single “Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Fame”. Moreover, they had a plan for an LP in the summer of 2011, however, Rexha and Patterson left the band to focus on other projects. So, the band’s finale was the EP “Use Your Disillusion” in 2012, after which they disbanded.

Other Projects

Additionally to his direct music career, Pete Wentz is the owner of the record label DCD2 Records. Moreover, he is involved in the fashion industry, since he launched Clandestine Industries, a clothing company, back in 2005. Two years later, he opened the nightclub ‘Angels & Kings’ in New York City, but it was closed in 2012. He also runs the Bartskull Films production company, and hosts the show “Best Ink”. Besides that, Pete is known as a minority owner of the United Soccer League Championship team – the Phoenix Rising FC.

Author

Pete Wentz published his first book, entitled “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”, in 2005. Four years later, he announced that he was working on the comic book limited series, entitled “Fall Out Toy Works”, written by Brett Lewis. It was published from 2009 to 2013. He then co-authored the book “Gray” with journalist James Montgomery. The book was published in 2013.

About the author

Olivia Clarke

Joined Biography.Today in February 2020. Formerly Assistant Editor of Radar Magazine. Studied Journalism at City University.

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