Chris Martin has 'problem' with closure, says J-Law

Chris Martin is still
Chris Martin is still "crazy" about ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence and hopes to win her back after their recent split.

JENNIFER Lawrence thinks Chris Martin has a "problem" with closure.

The 'Hunger Games' actress is reportedly still in contact with her former flame following their breakup and feels history is "repeating itself" as the Coldplay frontman was the same when they were dating about his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow.

A source told Grazia magazine: "It's a total role reversal. When Jen was dating Chris he always had one eye on Gwyneth, which was part of the reason they finally called it a day.

"Now he's with someone new it's as if history is repeating itself, and he keeps checking in with Jen. Privately, she's told friends that he seems to have a problem gaining closure from relationships."

Meanwhile, the 25-year-old beauty is said to be "furious" with the 'A Sky Full of Stars' hitmaker for flaunting his new relationship with 'Peaky Blinders' actress Annabelle Wallis.

An insider shared: "She fired off an angry email to him when she saw the photos online. She still had some stuff at his place in LA and she was pretty p***ed about the whole thing.

"Jen can't believe she didn't see it all along - it looks like Chris was using her to get over Gwyneth. Nobody wanted to think Jen was his rebound girl, but it definitely seems that way now.

"Jen feels hurt. I think she kept breaking things off with him, but he'd always convince her to come back to him. It felt like he was stringing her along."

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