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Jason Aldean and Wife Are ‘Having Problems’
Jason Aldean and Wife Are ‘Having Problems’

Jason Aldean and his wife have separated a source tells US Weekly, “There were obvious problems before the bar kiss, but he finally left earlier this year.”

“I can confirm that Jason and his wife are having problems, but there is nothing more to share with the press at this time,” his rep tells PEOPLE when asked if the couple have called it quits. “It’s a private family matter, and we hope everyone will respect that he would like to keep it that way.”

Last fall, Aldean issued a public apology after he was photographed being affectionate with season 11 American Idol contestant Brittany Kerr.

Despite the setback, the singer was confident that the future with his wife was a bright one.

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