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Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony split over jealousy, cheating, dominance



Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony split over jealousy, cheating, dominance


When Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony announced their breakup, they said they had already “come to an amicable conclusion on all matters.”  But the split, according to insiders, wasn’t quite amicable.

According to People magazine, Jennifer was concerned that Marc wasn’t faithful, that there were problems on a movie set, and that there was jealousy on the American Idol stage.

Their source said: “[The split came] after months of nonstop arguing…”

Jennifer is grieving for more than simply the loss of her marriage.

“She tried so hard to make this marriage work,” says a close friend and colleague to the American Idol star. But apparently, to no avail: “She put up with—and kept putting up with—Marc’s controlling ways, which had been going on for a long time, and she was really trying to make the best of it.”

There were issues on a movie set, envy on the American Idol stage, and times that Lopez, 41, feared her husband wasn’t faithful.

According to a source close to Anthony, the 42-year-old has never been unfaithful and has always supported her work. The source claims that  “They started to see life differently.”

According to a second person with firsthand knowledge of the couple’s actions, J.Lo and Marc seemed to be acting the same as they always have. They were focused on each other and the kids, working together on business-related projects—a reason so many are shocked at the split news.

In fact, an Idol source says that throughout the entire season, J.Lo was almost “scary” in her devotion. “She was always saying, ‘Marc likes this’ or ‘Marc doesn’t like that,’ as if he was her manager.” Adds the Idol source, “We never once saw them fight.”

But fighting they were: “He would micromanage their lives together,” says our Lopez-Anthony insider. “He was all over her all the time—about everything—and I know she tried very hard, and for a long time, to act like it didn’t bother her, but I know it did. A lot.”

“He would hover over her, and it was almost antagonizing,” the source says. “She couldn’t breathe.”

Another source close to the ex-couple tells us that early on in their marriage, they dealt with Marc’s “jealousy issues” and that, yes, he could also be controlling. But the insecurities apparently cut both ways.

Jennifer was said to have been uncomfortable with Marc’s ongoing relationship with his ex, Dayanara Torres, and, as the source describes it, “She nipped that in the bud. Marc didn’t want to push her buttons, and she didn’t want to push his. It seemed to be working for them.”

But alas, not really.

“This was bound to happen,” says one confidante to the glittery couple. “It was just getting too tense.”

*There were some stories that “the reason” for the split was Jennifer’s alleged relationship/affair with a Cuban male model named William Levy, known as the “Brad Pitt of Cuba”. He was the too-pretty dude in Jennifer’s video for “I’m Into You” (a music video I actually kind of liked). William is 30 years old and he just split from his wife of eight years one month after the music video shoot with Jennifer. BUT! William denied that junk, getting his spokesperson to tell TMZ, “The only relationship there was or is, is a professional relationship. That’s all there’s ever been.” Also: Levy forces underage girls to fellate him while he strangles them, allegedly.

As they move on to the next chapters of their lives, the Anthony insider also says the breakup is for the best. “Though they love, admire and respect each other very much, they just needed to be apart.”


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  1. maddox tolliver

    August 30, 2022 at 2:53 am

    she wasn’t”wife enough” to keep the attention of a man with tremendous options in the fold.

    will “modern women” ever take responsibility for their life choices.

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