Marc Anthony Tells JLo: You Need To See A Shrink!
By Jen Heger - RadarOnline.com Legal Editor
Marc Anthony has told his estranged wife, American Idol judge, Jennifer Lopez, that she should see a psychiatrist to determine why she is incapable of being alone, and goes straight from one romantic relationship to another, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The former couple had yet another fight over the weekend, with Marc complaining that he wanted to see their toddler twins more frequently.
"As always with things between Jen and Marc recently, the conversation quickly turned heated,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. “Jen said Marc wasn't being attentive enough as their father, and Marc scoffed at that remark and said she was always changing her travel plans with the children at the last minute.
“The real source of Marc's anger is Jen's relationship with back-up dancer, Casper Smart. Jen is VERY serious about him, and it makes Marc extremely jealous. Marc told Jen that she should see a psychiatrist to deal with her issues to figure out why she always needs a man in her life. Remember, Jen and Ben Affleck had just broken up when she got hot and heavy with Marc. Jen's relationship with Marc was the longest relationship she ever had with anyone, about seven and a half years."
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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Marc is now dating sexy Venezuelan model Shannon de Lima and the two have been Tweeting up a love storm to each other. Marc wrote in Spanish to Shannon “To my @Shadelima my statue of liberty. Kisses, baby.”
The Latin crooner has told JLo though that her boyfriend, who has been arrested for drag racing and had warrants out for his arrest, is banned from driving their toddler twins, anywhere.
Even though Marc and Jennifer haven't formally filed for divorce yet, the Latin superstar told the American Idol judge he would take legal action if she went against his instructions.
"This wasn't a threat that Marc gave Jen. He will go straight to family court if he needs to get a judge involved to make sure Casper doesn't get behind the wheel with his kids in the car," the insider says.
Smart formally pleaded no contest last week to exhibition of speeding, and was sentenced to one year probation, and was ordered to pay a $500 fine.