Split Gets Nastier! Jenna Warns Channing To Quit Playing Games With Her Heart

May. 24 2018, Updated 9:57 a.m. ET

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Jenna Dewan wants a clean break after her shocking and sudden divorce, but RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively ex Channing Tatum is driving her crazy by poking into her life and trying to make her feel guilty for letting him go.

“She wants to move on but he’s still in her hair and won’t let her alone,” a source exclusively told Radar.

As readers knows, Tatum and Dewan announced in April that they were separating, after nine years of marriage. The couple began dating in 2006 after they met on the set of Step Up, and have one child together — four-year-old daughter Everly.

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For someone who supposedly is now single and ready to mingle, Tatum, 38, has not made a secret of sending affection to his former flame, and even called her “baby” on Mother’s Day.

“Jenna, happy Mother’s Day, baby! Mama, happy Mother’s Day, hope you’re enjoying this beautiful sunset. Love you guys!” he wrote on an Instagram post.

But the Magic Mike star is also sending mixed messages, as he continues to flirt and party with other women.

“He says he’s doing fine and on a whole new path and wants to be her friend, but he’s obviously trying to influence her by making her feel guilty and jealous of all the attention he’s getting from other women,” the source added.

Tatum’s behavior could confuse any love interest. But Dewan, 37, isn’t letting herself become a victim.

“The thing is, he’s underestimated Jenna. She’s seeing through his tactics and all it’s doing is insulting her intelligence,” the source concluded. “He’d be better off coming clean and admitting he’s having a tough time.”

Do you think Channing is putting on the bravado while suffering in silence? Would you like to see the estranged couple reunite? Let us know in the comments section.

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