Marc Anthony's 120-Foot Yacht Bursts Into Flames

Marc Anthony's 120-Foot Yacht Bursts Into Flames
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Marc Anthony suffered a huge loss last night. Reported by Page Six, the outlet confirmed the destruction of the singer-songwriter's yacht at a Miami marina. WSVN claims the singer wasn't present when the vessel caught fire and tipped over at the Island Gardens Marina near Watson Island.

Thankfully, everyone on board the boat was reported safe and sound. WSVN captured footage of the boat bursting into flames. A close relative of the marina owner said to the network that it was "sad" for everyone involved including them, the marina, as well as the boat.

He added, "right now everything is under control." As it was previously reported, Anthony was seen on a yacht in Miami with over a dozen women in their 20s while next to the Seaspice Brasserie and Lounge an insider claimed to the aforementioned outlet.

Reportedly, the 50-year-old ex-husband of Jennifer Lopez ordered several bottles of champagne and dined on a seafood spread, rib-eye, as well as fresh oysters. It's not currently known whether or not the yacht he partied on back in April was the same one that caught fire.

Just a few hours before the boat caught on fire, Anthony took to his Instagram to announce several dates in Spain. Anthony was in the headlines once again when he attended his son Max's school concert, along with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez.

As it was previously reported, Lopez and Marc Anthony broke up in 2014 after ten years of marriage. They have two 11-year-old twins, including Max and Emme.

J-Lo has since moved on to the professional baseball player, Alex Rodriguez, whom she got engaged to back in March of this year. In September of this year, USA Today reported that Alex confirmed many of his ex-girlfriends and wives would be invited to the ceremony. He said, "the more the merrier."

Fans of the three-some have often pointed out their amicable ability to get along together despite their divorce. One person on Twitter wrote that it was "amazing," and the children were the "true beneficiaries."

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