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Actress Jennifer Esposito has not talked much about her short marriage to actor Bradley Cooper…remember when they were together, yup it was a long time ago but now she has a book to promote, Jennifer’s Way and is dissing her time with ‘an ex’ and but the timeline points to Cooper.”Finding someone to love, who loved me, in this lonely city of Los Angeles was seeming more and more impossible every day. Then I met someone and accepted a date. I should have noticed the red flags from the beginning—actually, they were more like an entire marching band squad of red flags—but I ignored them because, honestly, I didn’t think the relationship was really going to go anywhere. He was funny, smart, cocky, arrogant, and a master manipulator. I didn’t necessarily find him that attractive, but I figured that I could enjoy his sense of humor and nonsense for a while.”
She continued, “One date became two, two dates became four. We had fun, but he also had a mean, cold side. His personality could flip on a dime, but that kind of behavior was familiar to me. I’d spent plenty of time walking on eggshells in my childhood home as well as on certain sets, so I quickly learned my role in the relationship and went forward accordingly. But the relationship was about him and what he needed, and nothing else… It wasn’t all bad all the time, so I figured this was just my lot, and I took the good with the bad, even though the bad was extremely bad. Within days, my relationship hit an all-time low, and within a week, it was over. Abruptly, rudely, and with the exact callousness that I’d come to expect from him, but this time, I did nothing but agree to end it” she said presumably of her short marriage to Cooper.
Jennifer is not too happy that the focus off her book has become her relationship and not her celiac disease, “This book is about my journey with celiac disease and only that,” Esposito says in a statement to People. “To refer to anything other than the subject at hand or to make this book about anything else is an insult to me and this disease that plagues so many.”
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