Cheating, lies & a final fight! RadarOnline.com has exclusive details inside Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’ ugly last days before they announced their bombshell divorce. The big blowout that ended their two-year marriage happened at their luxurious Bel-Air mansion. While not physical, the “fight to end all fights,” took place in December 2017 and despite their holiday vacation was the end for the pair. Click through the gallery for the shocking details of the fight that ended Aniston and Theroux’ marriage.
The vicious bust up was “the fight to end all fights,” according to insiders who saw a furious Theroux storm out of the home he shared with Aniston on December 14, 2017.
“It was a stupid argument – the kind of disagreement most couples have but this time things spiraled out of control, and Jen flipped out,” the insider snitched. Theroux checked into the Beverly Hills Hotel where he took the only room available, a $500-a-night suite.
Theroux hid out at the swanky hotel, desperate to avoid going home to Aniston. “Justin was happy to take whatever they had,” the source said about his room choice. And he wasn’t alone. The next morning friends visited the hotel and “they hung out at the hotel restaurant for an hour before Justin retreated back to the room ,” a spy told RadarOnline.com.
“Justin told people that Jen went too far and he’s not going back,” the insider revealed.
The signs of marriage trouble were evident before they spent her 49th birthday apart. “They’ve been skipping out on their holiday traditions, and there annual tree trimming party was mysteriously canceled this year. Jen’s circle is assuming that’s because they’ve been having marriage problems they’re spending a lot of time apart,” the source said before they announced their divorce.
Aniston and Theroux confirmed what RadarOnline.com readers already knew, that they split in late 2017. “In an effort to reduce any further speculation, we’ve decided to announce our separation. This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year,” they said in a statement released on February 15, 2018.
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