Why JLo's Boyfriend Can't Talk About JLo
He had to sign a confidentiality agreement, like all her staff
By Kate Seamons, Newser Staff
Posted Nov 2, 2012 8:31 AM CDT
Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Casper Smart sit in the front row for Valentino's ready to wear Spring-Summer 2013 collection, presented in Paris, Tuesday, Oct.2, 2012.   (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

(Newser) – Don't expect JLo's 25-year-old boytoy to dish on their relationship. Like all her staff, Casper Smart has signed a non-disclosure/confidentiality agreement, Radar reveals. He apparently signed it when he was indeed under her employ (he's a choreographer), but a source tells Radar, "Casper had absolutely no qualms about signing the agreement, and has told Jen on multiple occasions that even if he didn't work for her, he would have signed the contract. Jen loves him even more for that." The confidentiality agreement covers any interactions that a staff member may have with JLo ... even when said employee is off-the-clock. Of course, there are some perks for Smart...

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smartin007
Nov 3, 2012 2:17 AM CDT
I guess since he signed the contract, he doesn't want to risk getting "fired". Now, THAT'S a relationship. True love. Funny what some people will settle for.
am_123
Nov 2, 2012 7:42 PM CDT
Because nothing screams love like a contract
Jfbly
Nov 2, 2012 10:09 AM CDT
Gmcft, I wish more people noticed things like that. Money, celebrity, fame...a child doesn't understand that. A child needs bonding, one-on-one interaction with each parent on a daily basis. You can't just hire someone to do that. Once you have a child, unless there is PHYSICAL abuse (repeatedly) and a lack of commitment to the children, are there grounds for divorce. When problems arise in a relationship or marriage, you go get help. You don't leave. You aren't giving your children any foundation, or stability. Giving your child a large family/foundation to be able to fall back on is the best gift a parent can give. If you divorce 3-4 times and have children each time, how do those kids understand family?