Ben Affleck Jennifer Garner: Actor’s cruelty towards ex-wife knows no bounds. Opinion

Jennifer Garner helped clean up Ben Affleck’s image from drunk female cast member to Oscar winner, and that’s what thanks he gets?

Jennifer Garner gets it thanks?

Who could forget that fiery jack-in-the-box-n-root-to-rehab paparazzi shot – after rescuing ex-husband Ben Affleck? – Affleck says he would “probably still be drinking” if he had married her.

Mother of his three children. Very good.

No, that’s not enough that Affleck went on to have a very spontaneous, public romance with ex-fiancé Jennifer Lopez, making Garner look like the runner-up and Lopez the One Who Got Away.

Nor was it enough that Affleck humiliated then-wife Garner when she finally won her Oscar argo — an Oscar that she won largely because she cleaned up her image from disgruntled gambler, drunk, and womanizer to man of healthy family — by telling the world, in her acceptance speech, that marriage to Garner was “work.”

This is the brutalest post-divorce interview since Brad Pitt blamed ex-wife Jennifer Aniston the parade Magazine, for his deep unhappiness and subsequent affair with Angelina Jolie.

“It became very clear to me that … I was not leading an interesting life myself,” Pitt said in 2011.

“I think my marriage had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something she was not.”

As Nora Efron once said: Never marry a man you wouldn’t want to divorce.

Here’s Affleck on Tuesday’s Howard Stern Show: “Part of why I started drinking was that I was stuck,” he said.

“I was like, ‘I can’t go because of my kids, but I’m not happy, what do I do?’ ,

Alas, Affleck couldn’t go because of his kids, whose mother—and, yes, by extension, his children—he continues to humiliate.

Affleck and Garner have children aged 16, 12 and 9. They are already suffering from their father’s gambling and drinking, nanny, shoelaces, back tattoos.

But these heartless comments may be the worst yet.

Just when you think celebrities couldn’t be more out of touch, they do. Ben Affleck promoting his award-fodder film tender bar, clearly thinks he’s running a great Oscar campaign. One of his points is what a great father he is!

“The most important thing is to be a good father,” he said recently. Wall Street Journal.

“I think the most important literal or allegorical autobiography anyone can write is that which is written on the hearts of their children.”

Here’s Affleck, a few days later, to Stern, prompting him to drink at her wedding: “[I] drank a bottle of scotch and slept on the couch, which didn’t work out…we had a marriage that didn’t work out. it happens. He is the one I love and respect, but whom I should no longer marry. ,

It’s all so mean, cold, and unnecessary — especially since Garner has been so open about how desperately she wanted their marriage to work and how heartbroken her passing was.

“He’s the love of my life,” she said Vanity Fair In 2015, a year after their split.

“What am I going to do about it? He’s the brightest person in any room, the most charismatic… I always say, ‘When his sun shines on you, you feel it.’ But when the sun is shining elsewhere, it’s cooler. That can cast quite a bit of shade.”

This is one way to put it.

This article originally appeared in New York Post and is reproduced with permission

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