Casper Smart refuses to leave Jennifer Lopez’s home & she’s cut him off


Jennifer Lopez dumped Casper Smart more than a week ago, probably closer to two weeks ago. Allegedly, she was pissed off because Casper went to the big UFC fight with his boys, rather than attend a ritzy fundraiser as her date. That, for J.Lo, was it. That was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Which is weird, given Casper’s shady history. There were also multiple reports that Casper thinks Jennifer will take him back, and I would say that’s probably true, because that’s her M.O., although I think it’s a good sign that they haven’t gotten back together yet. I also hope that this In Touch Weekly story is true, just because… I love the mental image of Jennifer cutting up Casper’s credit cards.

Casper Smart is having a hard time moving on! In Touch has exclusively learned that the backup dancer is still camped out in Jennifer Lopez’s LA mansion, despite their apparent breakup.

“He was refusing to move out of Jennifer’s house and even threatened legal action if Jennifer attempts to have the locks changed,” a source reveals to In Touch. “He won’t accept that the relationship is over.”

Further, according to the source, J.Lo feels the dancer is only eager to reconcile in order to gain access to her bank account again.

“She cut off all of his credit cards and access to a bank account she’d established for him,” the source continued. “She was very generous to Casper. Dating her has a lot of perks — private-jet travel, over-the-top vacations, attending only the best parties — so Jennifer questions whether he’s in love with her or her lifestyle.”

[From In Touch Weekly]

Let’s all take a moment and give thanks that Jennifer was never love-dumb enough to marry the guy, or else he really would be trying to grab her assets. I have no idea what the legality of this situation would be though – Jennifer owns her home, I’m sure it’s in her name only, and if she wants Casper to move out, he’s got to move out. Right? I mean, is he trying to claim squatter’s rights?! As for Jennifer cutting off access to the bank account… YES! And take away that truck you bought him too!


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  1. Kimma says:

    This pairing has always been kind of strange to me. I’m not a huge fan of hers, but she is a beautiful and powerful it always blew my mind that she would be with someone who she was probably funding. I’ve never been super attracted to any guy who i have to financially carry…and I’m not even a worldwide baziliionaire superstar : )

    • RedOnTheHead says:

      This! There’s nothing attractive about this guy at all. Never could understand why she was with him. Maybe he’s got skills and assets we don’t know about? Ha, ha. But the whole sugar mama thing is a huge turnoff to me. I really don’t care what my man does for a living….but he’s got to do something to pull his weight. Otherwise it feels like you’re supporting a dependent child. And I’m not talking about a situation where maybe the man has lost his job and you have to be the breadwinner for a while. That’s being a partner, at least to me. But when the guy is just sucking off of your money boob, then no.

    • Zuzus Girl says:

      It’s all about lack of self-esteem. If she really felt powerful, she would want an equal partner.

      • NGBoston says:

        ^^^ THIS she is all about putting on that bad ass face when she is vamping though, LOL, and I am not saying for 47 she looks anything less than fantastic or sexy. That face though,

        It will take some legal wrangling, but no one has a right to be a squatter on any private residence they do not have a signed lease for or are on a mortgage for. So JLO O is going to have to shell out some money for litigation bc it will be dragged out.

        If she gifted him with cars, clothing, jewelry, etc. they are just that. His property and gifts. I saw him in a recent film acting the part as an arrogant assistant in an office on a hover board – No, Casper, stick to what you know which is dancing and choreography and stop being a Douche Canoe and make your living on your own. smh

      • Snowflake says:

        No it’s about control. She can control him with her money. She wants to be the Boss, so she dates men she can control. She couldn’t control her other exes because they were on an equal or greater financial level.

      • Justjj says:

        He seems like such a scrub. My only conclusion is that she is delusional or insecure or some combination thereof. She is way too hot for him. She needs to read some Melody Beattie and take her inner child on a silent retreat or something.

      • Lisa says:

        What 47 year old man in Hollywood wants to date a 47 year woman?

      • Anthony says:

        What is with everyone saying she’s not dating someone on her level because she’s insecure and likes to be in control and have the power in the relationship? I never see people say that when it’s an older man and a younger woman. There are plenty of relationships where the man is older, richer and they’re wives are just the house wives and they’re marriages work out all the time. Those are techinically power imbalances. If it’s older woman, younger man she’s desperate and insecure; if it’s a younger woman, older man she’s a gold digger. Now, that’s a double standard. I’m a man and even I know that.

    • Audrey says:

      I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being with someone who makes significantly less money than you.

      The big issue is that he has no ambition to make his own money. And that makes me question his motivation.

      I would date a man who made less but only if he seemed more interested in me than my lifestyle and still wanted to have his own career.

    • ladysussex says:

      @Kimma: You and me both! But the older I get, the more women I meet who are in this situation. I’ve met several accomplished women who marry under-educated, under-employed or unemployed (and in my opinion, under-desirable) men just to be married. But none of them have been nearly as beautiful as J-Lo, so I just don’t get it at all.

  2. Pandy says:

    Let him keep the truck, it’s a depreciating asset anyway lollll.

  3. NGBoston says:

    JLo should have made up her mind the first time she dumped him that was it.

    She is so full of sh** about her self-esteem and security/confidence bc she obviously does not like to be without a man. She has financed his lifestyle for quite a while, and I really liked her and Skeletor as a couple but he is a serial cheater so at least they remain friends and are quite amicable to each other. I thought they made good business partners.

    She and her legal team need to get the leach out of there though. Ugh, that was an expensive boy-toy to have to support all this time.

  4. Flowerchild says:

    @ Kaiser

    Let’s not give Jen too much credit because she has made Casper her business partner in some of her other side projects. That’s why he not asking for money yet.

    • Zuzus Girl says:

      True. I’m sure her lawyers tried to discourage that and were probably fired.

    • NGBoston says:

      @Flowerchild- Ah, good point…was not aware.

      Key verb being, yet. Truly though, most anything JLO or MA have put their name on brings in pretty robust residual income.

      Don’t see Smart leaving without $$$$$ but he is rumored to be a talented back-up dancer and choreographer so maybe he can rely on that for a living instead of sucking off of her. I forget what movie I saw him in as an arrogant assistant on a hover board…my vote says stick to what you know, Casper. And stop being a Douche Canoe and leave the property.

  5. QQ says:

    Truly, such a Shocking and Unexpected Turn of Event!!

  6. TrueStory says:

    If this the other way around we wouldn’t be encouraging a man to kick a woman out of the house and take away everything he ever gave her…for not attending an event. Come on now.

    She played herself with Casper and there were so many reasons to never even date him, let alone to end it.

    She feels she needs a partner obviously ….and loves to feel adored but we all knew she could do better. She is in this situation now because, she didn’t.

    Because he is closeted and cheated in the past she needs to end it. NOW. but she should be classy about it, for better or worse he gave the same number of years of his life to her that she did to him. Choices… choices, she can only be but so mad now.

    • says:

      My opinion too.
      Why would he have less rights than any other gold-digger? Just because he is male ?

    • Zuzus Girl says:

      I agree with everything you said.

    • Bridget says:

      Um, if it were a woman and it’s not her house, I would think that we would indeed be saying the same thing. Man or woman, if a relationship like this is over, it’s over. He didn’t help build her fortune, he isn’t responsible for her success. Unless she legally signed something over, he is not entitled to anything.

      • Erinn says:

        And, it’s not like they have kids together. Or as if he’s filed reports of abuse. There are times where people will cut the non-owner of the property slack – but I think if this was exactly the same situation with only a gender reversal for the people involved, people WOULD say for the guy to kick the woman out.

      • Mgsota says:

        But she probably wanted him to be at her beck and call, so it doesn’t give him a lot of time to flourish in a career. Just like if this was a rich man who wanted some arm candy, once it’s over they should get a parting gift, just to get them started! If I were the boy toy/arm candy, I’d be stock piling as much money as I could to prepare for the day I was kicked to the curb.

      • Bridget says:

        She actually gave him a massive career boost by giving him the job of head choreographer and giving him producer credits on projects.

    • winter says:

      people would be feeling sorry for casper if he was a girl and we would be calling jlo a abusive controlling monster agree double standard ! i don’t feel sorry for her she reminds me of tom cruise you don’t want a equal partner just some to boss around

    • paranormalgirl says:

      He’s entitled to the gifts she gave him, money to buy him out of partnerships, and that’s pretty much it. If the house is her house and in her name, why should he be allowed to remain there? I would say the same if the genders were reversed. They weren’t married, she shouldn’t have to continue to finance his life.

      • crtb says:

        Don’t know what the law is in LA, but in NY after 30 days he has squarters rights.
        My dad had a teribble time getting an ex out of his place after they broke up. The police arrested him for changing the locks. Eventually he had to move and she got to keep the apartment ( no, her name wasn’t on the lease)

  7. Sayrah says:

    ugh, he’s so gross.

  8. kay says:

    can’t he claim common law status and NOT have to leave the home?
    not weighing in on whether or not he has the moral right to, but the legal right…

    • lunchcoma says:

      No, he will have to leave eventually. Common law marriage is only recognized in a few places and only applies if the couple say they’re married and are known to be married by others, so it wouldn’t apply here. Even if they were married, common law or otherwise, he wouldn’t be able to stay there permanently. Even Amber Heard, who was legally married and an abuse victim, eventually had to move out.

    • detritus says:

      I was told that if my partner and I moved in to any property it would be considered conjugal property. Even if I owned it outright before we moved in, and before we got together.

      So at least in Ontario there are conjugal rights. I think you are considered common law here after 6 month living together as well.

      • kay says:

        Ontarian as well, hence our geographically specific knowledge. 🙂
        I thought common law was fairly common. Kinda surprised it isn’t.

      • Erinn says:

        Yeah, I initially thought “but they’d be common law, don’t they have a certain amount of dividing to do?”. It’s not 50/50 in NS for common law, but you can file for the court to divide the property for you.

      • Nicole (the Cdn one) says:

        Canada is very different than the US. Every jurisdiction in Canada recognizes common law rights, though every jurisdiction has the ability to determine specifics. In mine, a couple with a child have common law rights after living together for one year; if no children, it is three years. Even if you have not been together the statutory length of time, if you have been together for a period of time in which you have contributed to the ability of the other party to acquire assets or for the assets to increase in value, you may have a claim for a constructive trust in the asset. That’s why it is very important to chose your partners wisely and know that you are affecting legal rights with cohabitation decisions. After the requisite statutory period, there is no difference in Canada between a common law marriage and a marriage as a result of a wedding contract.

    • Bridget says:

      California isn’t a common law state, and even then he doesn’t fit the requirements.

      Folks, DON’T count on Common Law to protect you in a long term relationship. It’s actually recognized in very few states.

  9. JenniferJustice says:

    He must be trying to claim squatters rights which he can do and will probably be successful at it, but all that does is buy him some time. He still has to get out, but she has to give him a reasonable amount of time determined by the court, to save money to get out on his own.

    I always figured this was somewhat real and somewhat of a business arrangement and his end of the bargain is to be her date and accompany her to all her functions. I can see where that would get old after a while – not being allowed to have your own life – but then, that’s not what he’s paid to do. He’s paid to be at her beck and call.

    And, yes, I think she will take him back because he’s good to her and her kids and she can’t be alone.

    As far as her being able to do better, so far she really hasn’t, so…..

    As far as her being gorgeous and powerful so why him? Because, obviously she likes having the power in the relationship. She thinks if she holds all the cards, she gets final say on everything and can demand what she wants. That will ever only last so long. No man or woman lasts long in a relationship where the imbalance of power is so great. And for men especially, it is emasculating.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      He can’t claim squatter’s rights. He was living there with the permission of Ms Lopez. She might have to formally evict him, though.

      • Starkiller says:

        That’s not how squatter’s rights work. He absolutely could be claiming them and as stated above, he will probably be successful.

  10. kri says:

    good god you slimy toad
    -have some pride…oh wait.

  11. Daphne says:

    If you have to fund a guy let him be easy on the eye.

  12. lunchcoma says:

    Depending on local and state laws, she may need to give him a period of time to move out and follow certain procedures. Smart may be taking advantage of those laws, but they’re not such bad ones. Imagine instead if he were the non-working mother of an infant whose now ex-boyfriend wanted her out so he could move his new girlfriend in – wouldn’t we want her to have a little time to look for an apartment and get together a security deposit or at least arrange to stay with family? I’m sure Smart can find somewhere to stay, but for many people, moving is difficult financially and logistically.

  13. Whatabout says:

    If it’s her new Bel Air home I think I would refuse to leave. I’m not kidding the place is sick. It has a swimming pond with a beach and hiking trails! Ugh I wish I was rich.

  14. Willa says:

    CASH-per. Lol!

  15. Audrey says:

    Legally, he can probably stay for a while. You can’t make your partner homeless because you broke up. He has to be given time to find somewhere to go.

    It’s an awkward situation and he’s probably just doing it to try to reconcile.

    Jennifer could probably force him out by offering a year of rent on a different place as a parting gift. That’s what i would do if i had her money and was in this situation, pay a year of rent plus a small settlement to get him through while he finds work. Then just be done.

  16. JRenee says:

    I’m guessing she’s told him to leave before & changed her mind and he’s counting on it agsin.
    This will cost her some $$$ but she may actually be done with him this time…

  17. guilty pleasures says:

    I have no idea what the legal footing is here but logistically he is smart (no pun intended!) to stay until offered something to leave. It’s really only fair, it seems as though it has been a financial relationship from the beginning!!
    If he left she’d be off the hook completely- it would be embarrassing to bring in Sheriffs etc to get him OUT!!
    (and he may know where the bodies are buried!)

  18. lile says:

    All she has to do is file an eviction notice with the court and serve him and give him 30 days and then the constables can come take him away. Most people don’t know about this. They think if the other person’s name is not on the lease/title, they can just be kicked out whenever but its not true in Texas. Don’t know about California. In Texas there is something about an “established place of residence”. If you want them out, you have to evict them through legal channels. She should do it. She owes him NOTHING.

    • lile says:

      She should serve him with a legal eviction notice, have the hired help keep an eye on him and jet off to someplace exotic until the 30 days runs down. Good time for a vacay Jen!!!

  19. Cinderella says:

    I’m probably reaching here, but maybe she found a real relationship that we don’t know about, and she’s handing Casper his walking papers. He’s not having it because what they have may be contractual and he’s not ready to stop the gravy train. For a back-up dancer, he seems pretty damn confident to go up against J-Lo and her legal team.

    • Flowerchild says:

      It’s JLO she always has a jump off waiting that’s the sad thing, JLO can never be alone. She should take some time to work on herself and learn to be content with being by herself. Not to mention teaching her kids that they don’t need a man or woman in their lives to complete them.

  20. minx says:

    Nothing wrong with being a sugar mama, if that’s your thing, but at least get a good looking boy toy. This guy is repulsive.

  21. Jayna says:

    Meh. He has a home he owns, one that she probably helped him buy, although he denied she did. I remember back when he was photographed coming out of it. He bought it in 2014 for around $860,000 to $880,000. He wouldn’t refuse to leave hers. All it would take is one of her bodyguards to toss him out. I could make up stories better than that.

  22. Ain'tNoTelling says:

    Does anyone think this is just a PR relationship? I don’t think she’s really with this guy. I think JLo has been involved with someone else for some time now, and this guy is just a distraction for the media and the public. I do beleive that he did do something to piss her off, however, and now the business relationship is over.

  23. Eve says:

    Run girl run stay away from gold diggers he no good look what to the stella got the groove he got her too

  24. leah says:

    There is probably a lot more to the story. I bet more stuff will come out about why she broke up with him. I don’t think it is just for this reason.

  25. suzyq says:

    This is so ridiculous Very few states acknowledge common law marriage anymore ! The states that do recognize common law marriage include the following: Alabama, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia (if created prior to 1997), Idaho (if created before 1996), Iowa, Kansas, Montana, New Hampshire (for inheritance purposes only), Ohio (if created prior to 10/1991), Oklahoma, Pennsylvania (if created before 9/2003), Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas and Utah. Same-sex relationships or marriages are never recognized as common law.onsense.
    I very seriously doubt with JLo’s team, that they would EVER let Casper get the upper hand in the relationship. All she has to do is call the police and tell them that she wants him removed from her property. At the very most she would have to file an eviction notice on him, but as I said I highly doubt JLo’s team would let anything like this happen. They would escort him off the property with his belonging and it would be done. I’m sure this is just another publicity stunt, since she hasn’t been in the news much lately. It’s all a plan to make her lucrative again with some drama.

  26. Xt says:

    There is no such thing as common law marriage I California, period.

    There are, however, tenant’s rights (even if he’s not paying) and she may have to institute an unlawful detained action against him to get him out if he refuses to go. California is verrrry protective of “tenant” rights.