We're told he's "angry and embarrassed" about how fast J Lo has moved on in her relationship with Ben Affleck, and he believes two can play the game.
RadarOnline.com has discovered his team has been working overtime and is trying to line up a new hookup with someone "younger" than the Hustler's star in an attempt to save face in the press.
A source told pop culture site Deuxmoi to "expect a potential leak to the press from his camp in the next week."
When they first split, A-Rod had high hopes to win J Lo back.
Now that she's taken off to Montana with Ben Affleck, all bets are off.
“There has been a few angry emails and text’s, but Jen and Alex haven’t spoken in a week or so,” our source explained.
"Despite telling him that nothing happened with Ben while Jen was still engaged to him, something is fishy," they revealed.
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After her trip to Montana with Ben, J Lo flew back to Miami and headed straight to A-Rod's local gym.
Photos and video caught her flying past paparazzi as they grilled her about her relationship with the Justice League actor.
Despite being thousands of miles away from each other, J Lo and Ben are still connected.
On Tuesday, a home intruder scaled Affleck's gate and got onto his $20 million Los Angeles property.
The following day, pictures emerged of J Lo looking upset and concerned as news broke that Affleck's scary home intruder was still on the loose.
The Los Angeles Police Department told us, they are still on the hunt for the suspect and are looking for a black male.
LAPD revealed exclusively to us that despite the suspect fleeing the scene on his bike, he quickly ditched the two-wheeler and ran on foot.
RadarOnline.com is told the matter is "still under investigation."