Jennifer Lopez's Marriage "Cracking" Over Money
Marc Anthony "money hungry," says source.
Jennifer Lopez is back on top at work, but a new report suggests that her personal life is in the gutter. A source is revealing that with her money issues and work schedule stress, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's relationship is "cracking" under the pressure.
Jennifer Lopez is bringing home the bacon, but apparently Marc Anthony's not satisfied. Think J-Lo is at the top of her game? We wish. The 41-year-old mom of two and "American Idol" judge is smiling for the cameras, but a source is reporting that she and Marc Anthony are very unhappy in their marriage.
It seems to have started with money issues, which relationship experts say is the number one stressor of marriages. Remember how Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband threatened to release sexy videos of her from when they were married? Imagine the thousands in legal fees that J-Lo racked up, along with the tax troubles she and Marc Anthony have both been questioned over. "They kept it bottled up while she was trying for the job on Idol, but now it's all coming out," the source told "In Touch." "Marc, especially, is cracking."
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How are they dealing? Jennifer Lopez took the "American Idol" job not just to comeback after having her twins, but also for some cash...and Marc Anthony is said to be hating life in L.A., where "Idol" is filmed. Meanwhile 42-year-old Marc -- who's "money hungry," says the source -- will take off on tour in February, and the insider says he takes total advantage of his pop star status on the road: "On tour, he's always drinking and flirting with lots of women," said the source, adding that when Jennifer calls him, "He either yells at her or doesn't take her calls."
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We hope it's all just buzz and that J-Lo and Marc Anthony are as happy as they look on the carpets. Want more Lopez links? Flip through our slideshow, and click in blue.
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