Mendes, Gosling's marriage in trouble?

Indo Asian News Service

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) Actors Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes's marriage is reportedly fractured beyond repair.

The "La La Land" actor and Mendes's marriage is at "breaking point" after having a fight following the Oscars, reports okmagazine.com

Gosling is angry with Mendes for lack of support.

Instead of accompanying him at the award-giving ceremony, Mendes chose to work on her new clothing line. The father of two walked the red carpet alone and took his sister Mandi to the show.

"He's mad she didn't want to support him for his big Oscars night, but somehow it's a priority for her to support a retail store," said a source.

"He was yelling, 'What the f**k kind of priorities are those?' If it wasn't for the kids, I don't think they would have any kind of relationship right now. In public he has to say nice things about her. Privately though, he says that she is being selfish. Ryan doesn't want to ruin his relationship with Eva, he has tried hard to make things work," the source added.

--IANS

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