Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting Had Screaming Fights Before They Split?
It has been reported that Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting used to have screaming fights on a daily basis before they eventually split. The couple had been married for about two years before they decided to part ways.
The actress famous for TV series “Big Bang Theory” had filed for a divorce officially from Ryan Sweeting who is a professional tennis player. She cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason and had been going through scream fights with her now estranged husband almost daily, reports femaleco.uk.
A source told In Touch Weekly magazine that though Kaley seems to be America’s sweetheart at the moment, it is actually the reverse. Kaley is quite difficult to deal with and can even be a big nightmare at times.
The same source also added that Kaley has always been quite a temperamental person and keeps getting mad at everything. This has been affecting most of the relationships she has been in, to date. The last few months had been quite trying and brutal as they have had screaming fights regularly, it was actually getting too much to handle.
The pair had dated for about six months and eventually got married on December 31, 2013.
A source also said that in reality, neither of them is perfect and they jumped into matrimony too fast. The marriage was doomed from the very beginning.
In Touch published a report stating that Cuoco’s drinking problem was the reason for their split as this “Big Bang” actress has actually been living a dual life. Kaley Cuoco used to hang around with her friends without wearing her wedding ring
Though representatives vehemently refused rumors of her having a romance outside the marriage, an insider shared that they used to spend hours on set and for five days a week. Kaley would even send this man flirty text messages at odd hours and asked whether she could come over.
However, the inner circle of this blonde beauty are finally relieved that she has opted to end her marital relationship.
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