Jennifer Westfeldt Called It Quits With Jon Hamm Before He Entered Rehab
Mad Men’s Jon Hamm has recently been going through a rough patch. After seven seasons, the hit series in which he starred has come to a close, and it seems that other things in his life have come to an end as well.
According to Daily Mail, Hamm’s girlfriend left him after 18 years of dating. She reportedly dumped him before he even entered rehab, and In Touch Weekly reports that she broke up with him due to a lack of commitment on his part.
‘She told it was over before he checked into rehab. She was tired of waiting for a commitment from Jon. Jennifer wants a life that Jon can’t give her. Jennifer was tired of it. People are happy for her and hoping she never takes him back.’
On the other hand, Hamm’s rep denies the entire story and claims they are still together.
“The story that appeared in this week’s edition of In Touch magazine is not true. The only gentleman Jennifer visited regularly in Connecticut was Jon, while he was in rehab. They continue to ask for the public’s understanding and sensitivity during this challenging time.”
If all of this wasn’t enough, Radar recently found out that the famous actor was involved in a fraternity pledging incident at the University of Texas in Austin in 1990. Ham was reportedly charged for hazing and assault.
Here’s the entire report:
The court documents claim that Hamm and his fellow Sigma Nu frat brothers struck a prospective pledge with a wooden paddle more than 30 times on that night. They also allegedly picked him up by his underwear and “pulled it back and forth in a sawing motion,” causing “great pain.” Hamm even set the pledge’s pants on fire, the documents claim, “and would not let [the pledge] extinguish the flame with his hand but made [him] blow it out.
Next, the documents claim, Hamm “hooked the claw of a hammer underneath [the pledge’s] genitals and led him by the hammer around the room.” He rounded out the night by breaking into the apartment of another pledge, the documents claim, “in order to bring [him] to the fraternity house” to subject him to “similar hazing activity.