"Jessica is freaking out about Leslie's tweets," a source told Radar of the comedian, who blasted The Honest Company for "not doing good business" when her order was allegedly delayed. "She believes this high-profile complaint is going to tank her brand."
Her husband Cash Warren attempted to calm his entrepreneur wife, the source claimed.
"Cash told her she was successful before and after the complaint, and when you own your own company, you can't control how people react," the source explained. But she is not listening to Cash or taking anyone's advice."
"Now, she is taking it out on her husband!"
Warren told friends his wife, 37, is "acting crazy," and it's "affecting their relationship."
"They never fight, and this is the biggest issue for them in years," the source said. "It's causing tension in their marriage."
The couple welcomed their third child, son Hayes, in December, and Alba has been a busy working mom ever since, juggling film projects and her baby and beauty company.
After Jones' tweet, Alba personally apologized for her brand's apparent mistake — but the comedienne never publicly acknowledged the mea culpa.
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