Kerry Washington & Husband In Couples’ Therapy?
Is there trouble in paradise for "Scandal" star Kerry Washington and her husband, Nnamdi Asomugha?
A new report suggest that the actress and NFL pro, who welcomed their daughter Isabelle last April, are reportedly in couples therapy and working on their relationship.
An insider reveals that the marriage is so bad now that Kerry and Nnamdi are barely speaking. The source said, "They are like two strangers living under the same roof."
There are rumors that Nnamdi feels a little threatened by his wife's success because he feels he should be the breadwinner for the family.
The pair quietly married in June 2013 after dating for about a year. Their relationship began going downhill just four months after they tied the knot, when Asomugha was kicked off of the San Francisco 49ers.
Washington has been working 14 hours each day on her hit ABC series while Asomugha is currently unemployed. This has caused tension for the couple.
A source close to the couple said, "Nnamdi resents her. He believes Kerry’s the one who’s given up on their marriage."
Kerry received some marital advice from her friend Gwyneth Paltrow, who suggested the couple seek counseling. Paltrow urged Kerry and Nnamdi to work on their issues before their marital problems reach the point of no return.
The couple recently sold their Los Angeles home for $2.65 million dollars, which fueled speculation they could be getting a divorce.
There have been divorce rumors going around about the couple since December. The couple reportedly bonded over their shared love of philanthropy. They are both involved in former President Bill Clinton's nonprofit organization for change, the William J. Clinton Foundation.
Kerry refuses to discuss her personal life or open up on social media.
She previously stated, "I don’t talk about my personal life, it means I don’t talk about my personal life. That means not only did I not tell you when I was getting married, it also means if somebody has rumors about what’s going on in my marriage, I don’t refute them, because I don’t talk about my personal life."