Is Jennifer Aniston Furious Over Justin Theroux's Steamy Love Scene with Carrie Coon in 'The Leftovers' Season 3?

By Maolen E. / 2017.04.19

While many things are happening in HBO’s “The Leftovers” Season 3, one scene caught the attention of many viewers last Sunday, April 16. This, of course, was the steamy love scene of Justin Theroux and Carrie Coon’s characters.

However, the steamy scene that was loved by many viewers has reportedly left Theroux’s wife, Jennifer Aniston, seriously upset. The 48-year-old actress was said to not enjoy seeing Kevin Garvey, Jr. (Theroux) and Nora Durst (Coon) getting intimate in the premiere episode of Season 3.

“Jen squirmed in her seat and looked incredibly uncomfortable,” an eyewitness told In Touch, as cited by Inquisitr. “She freaked out at Justin for making her sit through the steamy scene without any prior knowledge of what was coming.”

The source added that the “Just Go With It” actress felt humiliated and considered it as one of the most uncomfortable experiences of her life. Her reaction was linked to her ex-husband Brad Pitt, whom she also witnessed having some steamy love scenes with Angelina Jolie in “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” – an action comedy film that eventually leads to Aniston’s divorce.

With this, Aniston is reportedly worried that Theroux will also discard her like Pitt. The source added, “Justin has told Jen a million times that he’s not like Brad, but Jennifer has jealousy issues.”

However, Gossip Cop claimed that Aniston had no issue seeing Theroux’s love scenes because she knows that they will not go beyond fiction. The publication added the former never had a problem with such sequences in the past with her husband, similarly as he does not question those that are required by her own work.

Theroux and Aniston, who met on the set of “Wanderlust,” started dating in May, 2011 and became engaged in August 2012. Less than three years after they got engaged, the star-powered couple got married in a secret wedding on August 5, 2015 at their Bel-Air estate.

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