Alex Rodriguez’s former wife, Cynthia Rodriguez, and his new belle, Jennifer Lopez, are not getting along these days. Sources say Jennifer has gotten involved in the middle of their child support dispute.
Sources who spoke with The Post claimed J-Lo appeared as the mediator between Alex and Cynthia in their custody battle while in Miami on the 13th of September.
Reportedly, J-Lo’s presence bothered Cynthia, and the baseball player eventually left the room while Cynthia was present. Lopez argued in the battle that he should only have to pay $10,000 per month in child support, which is significantly less than the $100,000 a month he had been paying previously.
In an interview with The Post last week, Cynthia insinuated that Alex’s relationship with J-Lo has led him to try and fight prior agreements they once had.
Cynthia supposedly said to journalists that Alex has dated other women in the past, and things have worked out with her and the other ones, but now, that is no longer the case. Lopez has had an adverse effect on Rodriguez’s behavior.
As most know, J-Lo has been married and divorced a whopping three times, including when she dated her backup dancer, Cris Judd, in a marriage which only lasted 16 months.
Additionally, she dated Ben Affleck from 2002 until 2004, who, according to The Post, went from being a regular movie actor, into a household name that was “ridiculed in the press.”
Following Cynthia’s dissolved relationship with A-Rod, she started dating a businessman from Florida who invests in real estate and fitness. Two years later, she and her man, who she hasn’t named, welcomed a daughter together.
According to legal experts who spoke with the publication, J-Lo’s intrusion into the process isn’t a new concept. Partners often get involved as a way of speeding along the proceedings which, in many cases, become quite heated.
However, Ron Berkowitz, Alex’s spokesman, said he had no idea if Lopez was really there, and refused to make any more comments. Lopez’s representatives didn’t say anything either and neither did Alan Kruger, a lawyer for A-Rod.