Jennifer Garner Is Reportedly Staying In Oklahoma As She Mends Her Broken Heart

Jennifer Garner brought her former husband, Ben Affleck, to the rehab on Wednesday, August 22.
Jennifer Garner brought her former husband, Ben Affleck, to the rehab on Wednesday, August 22.
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It has been three years since actress Jennifer Garner, and actor Ben Affleck announce their separation after 11 years of being together. Now, the 46-year-old actress is reportedly staying in the tiny town of Locust Grove, Oklahoma while mending her broken heart.

It came to light when Radar Online reported that the "13 Going on 30" actress is currently staying in one of her property in Locust Grove, Oklahoma to escape the torment of her breakup from Ben Affleck.

Jennifer Garner's representative, however, promptly debunked such claims. It makes no sense at all that she is allegedly living there when the said property is a massive farm.

According to Gossip Cop, the award-winning actress uses the property to grow organic fruits and vegetables, including apple orchards and kale, for her own company called "Once Upon a Farm." The farm is currently being taken care of by her family.

"As a mom of three and Save the Children artist ambassador, I am passionate about childhood nutrition and making sure we are leaving a healthier and happier planet for the next generation," Jennifer Garner said in a previous interview with PEOPLE. "I will be a part of innovating on new products, participating in design, going on sales calls and making sure the world knows we exist," she added.

"Once Upon a Farm" was founded in 2017 in partnership with Ari Raz, Cassandra Curtis and former Annie's president, John Foraker. The company also support Ron Finley's work to give access to urban gardens and real food for underserved communities in Los Angeles.

Aside from managing "Once Upon a Farm," the "Pearl Harbor" actress is also busy taking care of his ex-husband's mother, Christine Anne Boldt. The latter is reportedly staying with his former daughter-in-law and three grandchildren - 12-year-old Violet, nine-year-old Seraphina Rose Elizabeth, and six-year-old Samuel - as the "Batman" star continues his rehab treatment in Malibu.

On top of that, she has been super busy promoting her vigilante action film, "Peppermint," which recently opened in theaters across the United States on Sept. 7, Friday. In the film, she plays a loving mother and wife, Riley North, who works as a banker.

The character's life suddenly turns upside down when three members of a powerful drug cartel suddenly kills her husband (Chris Johnson) and daughter (Cailey Fleming). She, then, sets out for revenge against those who destroyed her life.

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