Neither Sigler nor Ferrara has confirmed the separation report, but a source claims the pair's split is mutual.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Jerry Ferrara have broken up, New York Daily News has reported after being informed by a source close to "The Sopranos" actress. Break-up reports started to swirl after Sigler was spotted showing up solo for the screening of "It's Complicated" at the W Hotel in L.A. last Tuesday, December 15. "She came with a few girlfriends, and they drank wine all night. They looked like they were having a good time," a partygoer said, adding that Ferrara was nowhere to be seen.
Last Thursday, December 17, Sigler was seen hitting Susan Sarandon's NYC ping-pong bar Spin with friend Lance Bass. "Lance is a really good friend to Jamie," claimed the media's source. "He's been helping her out and giving her good advice. They were playing Ping-Pong and laughing, and it didn't seem like she was sad or anything was wrong. Lance was being really funny and entertaining her."
The next day, Sigler and Bass were spotted shopping in the Meatpacking District. Later that day, the twosome checked out Broadway's play "Burn the Floor", which starred Bass' former "Dancing with the Stars" friends Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kym Johnson.
Elsewhere in L.A., Ferrara partied at West Hollywood club Voyeur on Saturday night, December 19 with his celeb friend Kevin Connolly. "Kevin and Jerry arrived around 11 with a group of girls," a clubgoer told the Daily News. "They were dancing and hanging out and didn't leave until after 2 A.M."
Official confirming statement is yet to be made by either Sigler or Ferrara. But, New York Daily News' source claimed the separation of the pair, who was first romantically linked in October 2008, was mutual. "It came at a good time for Jamie-Lynn. She was coming home to New York for the holidays anyway, and she wanted to do her own thing for a little while and definitely be out of Hollywood," insisted the source.