Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk Reportedly 'Hit a Rough Patch' 4 Years Into Marriage
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Words are the 'Shakespeare in Love' actress' controlling and critical behaviors are pushing the 'American Horror Story' co-creator 'over the edge' and make him miserable.

AceShowbiz - There may be trouble in paradise in Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk's relationship. While the couple has relatively stayed out of headlines, they're reportedly hitting "a rough patch" four years after they tied the knot.

A source told Radar Online that the 50-year-old actress' controlling and critical behaviors are pushing the TV producer "over the edge" and his pals are hounding him to get out from under his wife's thumb. "Brad used to push back when Paltrow bossed him around or made inappropriate or cringeworthy public revelations about their sex life - or her feelings for her exes," the so-called insider spilled. "But he eventually realized it was pointless."

According to the informant, the "Glee" co-creator is a weakling when it comes to Paltrow and lets her walk all over him, even though it allegedly makes him miserable. "If all the oversharing wasn't enough, he's also on house duty and expected to be at her beck and call," the source dished.

Paltrow allegedly promised to be less controlling and critical, but she went back on her word. The source added, "His friends would like to see him stop being such a pushover."

Moreover, Falchuk reportedly has reportedly felt like a "poor version" of Paltrow's famous ex Brad Pitt "forever" as she recently gushed over the actor. "I adore him," she said of the "Bullet Train" star last month. "He's an amazing person, and he's a great entrepreneur, and such a creative, and such a good person. I really love him. I'm a big fan."

"Gwyneth needs to wake up and appreciate what she's got," the source urged the Oscar winner, "before she pushes him over the edge."

When speaking to Entertainment Tonight last month, Paltrow revealed how cool Falchuk is when it comes to her friendship with Pitt. "My husband is probably like the least judgmental, most secure man in our relationship, so I think he totally respects [the friendship]," the Goop founder claimed.

"Probably one of the things that he likes about me is that I believe in conscious uncoupling," she divulged. "whether you're uncoupling with a coworker, a spouse, a boyfriend, I really do believe that if you've invested in somebody - and of course there are exceptions - to amputate that relationship [shows that] maybe you're not then fully letting the full lesson reveal itself and the healing happen."

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