Joe Jonas allegedly complained and was ‘unsupportive’ when Sophie Turner struggled after giving birth

Say it’s not, Joe.

Joe Jonas was reportedly “unsupportive” of his estranged wife, Sophie Turner, as she struggled after giving birth to their second child, TMZ reported Thursday.

Sources told the outlet that the Jonas Brothers member pressured the ‘Game of Thrones’ alum to attend industry events and get out of the house more, even though he didn’t want to. not be photographed.

Although she would rather stay home, Turner showed courage and went to many events with her husband; however, sources told TMZ that Turner “made it clear that she was uncomfortable” and “didn’t want to be there.”

At another event that Turner didn’t attend, the “Hesitate” crooner reportedly complained that his wife needed to get out more, prompting those around them to suspect their marriage had been going through a rough patch.

Jonas’ rep declined to comment on TMZ’s report.

Joe Jonas reportedly didn’t support Sophie Turner enough when she struggled after giving birth to their second child.
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Representatives for the former couple did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.

Jonas, 34, filed for divorce from the 27-year-old ‘Do Revenge’ actress on Tuesday after four years of marriage, saying in court papers that their union was “broken irretrievably.”

In a joint statement, the musician and actress called the split a “joint decision.”

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas on the steps of the Met Gala
The Jonas Brothers member reportedly pressured Turner to attend industry events when she preferred to stay home.
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“After four wonderful years of marriage, we have mutually decided to end our marriage amicably,” the ex-couple wrote in an Instagram post.

“There is a lot of speculation as to why, but it is really a joint decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our privacy wishes for us and our children.”

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