Social media blaming young actress for Chris Pratt-Anna Faris split

The news of Chris Pratt’s split from wife of eight years Anna Faris has prompted some fans to hold Jennifer Lawrence accountable for the separation.

Pratt and Lawrence have both denied a romantic relationship several times, but, still, fans continue to point the finger at the “Hunger Games” superstar.

The rumors about Pratt and Lawrence hooking up surfaced after the filming of 2016’s “Passengers.” This left Faris feeling “incredibly insecure.”

A few months ago, on her podcast, “Unqualified,” Faris said:

“I take pride in how great my relationship is with Chris, but having said that, of course, in this crazy world where he’s off doing movies and I’m in L.A. raising our child, of course, I’m going to feel vulnerable, like any normal human would.”

But the rumors are hard to believe considering Lawrence is in a serious relationship with “Black Swan” director Darren Aronofsky. The couple has been happily together since last September. A Hollywood source stated Jennifer is “very much together with Darren” and there is no chance she would be with Chris.

The announcement of Pratt and Faris’ marriage came as a complete shock to fans. The two have always been looked at as one of Hollywood’s most “real” couples.

The two met in 2007 on the set of “Take Me Home Tonight,” and have been together until their announced separation.

In a Facebook post on Sunday, signed by them both, Pratt wrote, “Anna and I are sad to announce we are legally separating. We tried hard for a long time, and we’re really disappointed.” They added that they still “have love for each other.”

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