'We're co-parenting at the moment, he's good, a good dad, he loves his boys. Very supportive.'
She added: 'Nothing happened to him, we just didn't work, I was very young when I met him.'
'Whoever ends up with him is very lucky. He's very giving, a very supportive partner, we just weren't right for each other,' she said.
The MAFS star has defended her 37-year-old bikie ex in the past, urging people not to judge him on his criminal past.
'He's honestly the greatest person and I think he's ashamed of his past,’ she told WHO.
'I met him when I was really young, 19, through mutual friends and I wasn't aware of his lifestyle but I fell for him so quickly,' she continued.
'At the time, I didn't realise he actually had charges from ages ago that had come up - assault charges.'
Shane - who is the Rebels' Adelaide president - was convicted of bashing two nightclub bouncers in 2017.
Earlier this week, Stacey – who, in case you didn’t know, has a law degree - revealed she would be focusing on her YouTube career as she can’t find a law firm to hire her following her stint on the Nine ‘social experiment’.
‘A lot of people ask why I'm not using my law degree, but not many law firms like to take on people who only want three days a week,’ said the single mum.
‘If I did five days a week then I feel like I'm not being fair on my children and I'm not there for them. Being a single parent has impacted me quite a lot, but I'm also so blessed and wouldn't have my life any other way.’
Going on to discuss the challenges of studying while taking care of two young children, the 26-year-old— who was awarded a Bachelor of Laws from the University of South Australia in 2017— thanked her ex for stepping up to the plate.
‘I had a very supportive network. Their dad was very supportive. My mum was very supportive. And their godmother, who I went through law school with, was also very supportive. We would do the same classes, study together and make sure we'd go to the exams together,’ she added.