Jennifer Lopez filed for divorce from Marc Anthony Friday; however it is not as “amicable” as reported, and physical and verbal abuse is being alleged.
The couple announced in a statement to People Weekly that they were divorcing after seven years of marriage.
“This was a very difficult decision,” the couple said in a statement. “It is a painful time for all involved and we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time.”
The singers/actors also said they have reached “amicable conclusions on all matters.”
They wed in 2004 and have 3-year-old twins, Max and Emme.
However, according to a “Blind Vice” article on Feb. 18 by E!’s Ted Casablanca on The Awful Truth, Jennifer was beaten and verbally abused regurarly by Marc.
Fans of Casablanca’s “blind vice” articles, overwhelmingly guessed this information was about Lopez and Anthony.
He wrote the following, and one can decide for one’s self: “Last time we checked in on poor Strippa Rip-Ya, the usually outspoken babe had told her close pals that she was staying with that abusive man of hers, Caesar Anchovy-Arse, because he only beats her occasionally and it’s ‘not that bad.’
“So sad, because Strippa’s friends have been too scared to tell her to leave the schmuck.
“At a photo shoot for S recently, we’re told by sources on set that they were ‘incredibly uncomfortable’ when her husband popped in for an unexpected visit.
“Controlling much? You bet.
“See, Caesar rarely lets Strippa go anywhere without him. Anywhere. Notice the watchdog pattern developing here? No relationship with that kind of dynamic is healthy—as you don’t have to just hit somebody to abuse them.
“Apparently Mr. Arse showed up to the photo shoot when it started, around 7 a.m., cracked open a Pabst Blue Ribbon and started getting drunk.
“‘He would shout horrible things at everyone, including [Strippa],’ our insider tells us. ‘He was brash, rude, and it made everyone awkward.’
“Dude’s clearly super jealous his career remains stagnant while Strippa’s is super hot again. Meanwhile, Strippa just stood there silent, taking any jab he threw her way, which is pretty much what she always does these days.
“Hopefully her team, who witnessed this, has the balls enough to say—and finally do–something. At what point will her “friends” start worrying about her very well-being, already?
“It may be unpleasant to bring it up, but isn’t her life more important?”
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