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Destroyed By Fame! ScarJo's Ex Claims Hollywood Ruined Their Relationship

Scarlett Johansson's ex blames Hollywood for their breakup after two years of marriage, an insider told

"The split was largely in part because he couldn't live with the manic aspects of her schedule," a source close to Johansson's ex, Romain Dauriac, told

"She was here and there and wanting to take the child with her," the source claimed. "Her career has exploded and she was moving and traveling and Romain thought it seemed she was just not ready for family life."

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To make matters worse for the couple, the actress has been extremely vocal about her pessimism regarding marriage. Johansson previously said, "It's something I have a lot of respect for and have participated in, but I think it definitely goes against some instinct to look beyond."

The insider claimed that those statements were cutting for Dauriac.

Meanwhile, although the couple has been separated for the past five months, the actress's surprise divorce filing this week flung their dispute into the public once again.

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Dauriac exclusively told he is hoping she will withdraw her court petition and get back to negotiating in private.

Said the insider, "It's very sad when negotiations are ongoing and they aren't going in the direction she wants. And then to have a hissy fit at the child's expense? To have this child now poked around by forensic psychologists is just unconscionable."

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