Maybe he’s not the official “sexiest man alive” but RYAN GOSLING has EVA MENDES seeing red over his costar EMMA STONE, say sources! But insiders say she’s not completely honest WITH him!
Green-eyed Eva Mendes has warned boyfriend Ryan Gosling to stay away from his current co-star, Hollywood “It Girl” Emma Stone, sources tell The ENQUIRER.
“Eva flipped out when she saw photos of Ryan getting cozy with Emma on the set of their movie ‘Gangster Squad,’ ” divulged an insider.
“Ryan claimed they were in the middle of filming a scene, but Eva still got upset. She demanded that Ryan stay away from Emma when the cameras aren’t rolling.”
The 37-year-old “Hitch” star, however, isn’t practicing what she’s preaching.
The insider said that Eva still hasn’t cut ties with her former live-in love, Peruvian filmmaker George Gargurevich, even though she’s been dating “Drive” star Ryan, 31, for months.
Eva gave George the boot in 2010 after an eight-year romance, “but George refused to move out of her home in Beachwood Canyon,” the source divulged.
“She let George stay because she felt guilty for dumping him. Plus, Eva travels a lot for work and when she was in town, she stayed with friends.”
But then Eva hooked up with Ryan while the two filmed the upcoming drama “The Place Beyond the Pines,” and she insisted George move out, said the source.
“But George kept dragging his feet,” the source revealed. “Finally, Ryan got so fed up that he threatened to dump Eva. Things got nasty until Eva convinced George to crash with a friend. But George still keeps his belongings at Eva’s place and they talk almost daily.”
Ryan surprised Eva by jetting to Paris over Thanksgiving where she was filming “Holly Motors,” said another source.
“Ryan decided that since Paris is the city of love, it would be the perfect place to prove his love and hopefully talk Eva into letting George go for good,” the source said.
Eva and Ryan Gosling were snapped here having a romantic walk through Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, among such illustrious gravestones as Chopin, Modigliani, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.
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