Jennifer Lopez admits to ‘toxic relationship’ in documentary

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The idea that Jennifer Lopez was ever in a “toxic relationship” is probably a disturbing thought to most.

She’s Jenny from the Block. She is one of the original queens of rom-coms.

But even J.Lo has had her share of heartaches, much of which the world has seen.

Still, there are some secrets about Jennifer’s love life that have yet to be discovered — and she’s ready to start sharing.

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J.Lo attends the 2017 NBCUniversal Summer Press Day at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 20, 2017. ((Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images))

Jennifer Lopez’s toxic relationship discussed in new documentary

Jennifer is going to have a busy year in 2024.

She is about to enter a new era, launched with a three-part multimedia project consisting of a new album, a documentary, and a musical film that she self-financed for $20 million.

The new documentary, “The Greatest Love Story Never Told,” follows Bennifer’s ups and downs in the most intimate way.

Looks like we’ll finally hear if they’re really on the verge of splitting up!

In a new interview with DiversityShe revealed that the doc, along with a musical film titled “This Is Me…Now”, will give fans a look at how Jennifer has embraced her love life, no matter how painful it has been for her.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez attend ELLE’s 2023 Women in Hollywood Celebration presented by Ralph Lauren, Harry Winston and Viare at Nya Studios on December 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. ((Photo by Charlie Gale/Getty Images for ELLE))

It is teased that, during the course of her musical film, one of her relationships ends in violence after a man drops a glass house on her.

Does this imaginary man represent a specific lover from her past? Jennifer won’t name names, but she admits the scene is a powerful one to show how much she’s been through.

“The idea of ​​Glass House was about how we get stuck in these toxic relationships,” she says.

“You are traumatized by your past. You have these patterns that you haven’t figured out yet. And you get stuck in these relationships where you compromise yourself in ways you never thought about. Or you allow people to treat you in ways you never thought possible.”

That moment is indicated when she says: “And that’s certainly happened to me.”

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez attend “The Mother” Los Angeles Premiere Event at Westwood Village on May 10, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. ((Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Netflix))

Jennifer Lopez’s relationship history

J.Lo famously says she is madly in love.

Don’t look for any evidence other than her history with men. She has been married four times: to Ojani Noah from 1997 to 1998, to Chris Judd from 2001 to 2003, and to Marc Anthony from 2004 to 2014 – with whom she has twins Max and Emme.

She dated Diddy at the peak of his career, his backup dancer Casper Smart, and Alex Rodriguez for years after her split from Mark.

But it’s Ben Affleck who was, and still is, the center of their world. Both were supposed to get married in early 2000 but separated just 3 days before the wedding. Why? The focus of the documentary is his past.

It would take almost 20 years, but the pair finally came back to each other. Ultimately in July 2022 he also became successful.

Jennifer Lopez accepts the Icon Award on stage at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards. ((Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for iHeartRadio))

Is J.Lo happy now?

Reliving all these old romances should make everyone feel happy for Jennifer.

Surely, after all this, he is happy now.

Indeed she is, or so she says in the Variety article, but she adds that being happy can be just as “challenging.”

“It’s fun,” she says. “It’s like, ‘Okay, so now I’m in a healthier, more loving, good relationship. I’ve gotten to this place where I feel more whole, to be more present in a relationship. But what’s that like? I have to live that, and it’s more challenging than it has been in the last 20 years.

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