Eddie Cibrian’s first marriage ended when he cheated on his wife with his current wife, LeAnn Rimes. Now, she too is living in fear his wandering eye is killing their relationship, claims a new report.
The National Enquirer claims to have it on very good authority that the only reason LeAnn recently sought help had nothing to do with being stressed out or “exhausted” as she claimed, but rather with Eddie’s infidelities.
The tab doesn’t go as far as to state out right that the actor is having an affair with an ex-flame (with whom he already cheated on both women / spouses, admittedly), but it does plant all the necessary hints by saying they’re still in touch.
Moreover, LeAnn has found out about it and totally blew a fuse when she heard about it, hence the need to go away for a while by saying she was taking some well-deserved “me time.”
“Cibrian cheated on his first wife, ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Brandi Glanville, with bit-part actress Scheana Marie – and the two women had an ugly confrontation on the Bravo series. While the 39-year-old actor has cooled things with Scheana, 27, the former ‘CSI: Miami’ star never lost contact with her, sources say,” the tabloid writes.
To make matters even worse, Eddie still has feelings for his ex-flame, which is why LeAnn went into meltdown mode when she found out.
“I think LeAnn feels very threatened by this girl. She went so far as to block Scheana on Twitter,” an insider reveals for the Enquirer.
“LeAnn called a friend a few weeks ago sobbing hysterically about Eddie going out,” the same source goes on to say, arguing that LeAnn might already be thinking that Eddie isn’t completely faithful to her.
“She was home for the weekend and he didn’t stay in with her. She was crying, saying that she was so worried about what he was doing. I think Eddie feels trapped. He probably just married LeAnn for the money, and there are only so many vacations you can take before you get bored with someone,” adds the spy.
Officially, though, LeAnn is at a center where she’s learning how to cope with stress and cyber-bullying. It’s not really a rehab center per se and, while she’s an in-patient, she’s allowed to leave on weekends to be with her family and fulfill work-related commitments.