Jennifer Esposito is trashing ex-husband Bradley Cooper in her new book, a source tells [email protected]
While the “American Hustle” star isn’t named, anyone who checks the film website IMDB can safely assume he’s the guy she unceremoniously slams in her memoir, “Jennifer’s Way.” The 41-year-old “Blue Bloods” actress mainly chronicles her lifelong struggle with celiac disease, which included losing teeth on set, having panic attacks, horrific stomach cramps and unsightly rashes.
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“Abruptly, rudely, and with the exact callousness that I’d come to expect from him.” The very next page, Esposito writes of landing a role on a Christina Applegate sitcom, “Samantha Who,” that was on the air in 2007.
Her very brief marriage to Cooper was from late December 2006 until May 2007. It just wasn’t right.” Esposito was briefly engaged to Aussie tennis player Mark Philippoussis (who starred in a reality dating show for NBC) and is now happily engaged to Brit model Louis Dowler. 10th St., Jennifer’s Way, which serves a variety of gluten-free breads, cookies and muffins.
A former lover, Hollywood wanna-be Nina Huang, sued Slater for palimony after their 1995 break-up.
They had lived together for five years, and she alleged that she gave up her career to support him. He was arrested again at a party in 1997, for beating his then-girlfriend, fashion editor Michelle Jonas, and for biting a man who attempted to protect her.
The union came to an impasse when Esposito attended a seminar at the Agape International Spiritual Center in L. “Within days, my relationship hit an all-time low, and within a week it was over,” she wrote.
But about a third of the way through the book, Esposito describes meeting a man who asks her out, and even though there were “an entire marching band squad of red flags,” she chose to ignore them because she didn’t think the relationship would progress.
She describes the mystery suitor as, “funny, smart, cocky, arrogant and a master manipulator,” adding that she didn’t “necessarily find him that attractive.” They quickly became a couple, although the actress says her boyfriend had a “mean, cold side” and “his personality could flip on a dime.” Esposito claims the relationship was an unhealthy one, focused primarily on his needs and nothing else and that she was “a nonissue.” Esposito also writes that she felt “sidelined” from her own health and needs.
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