Kaley Cuoco And Ryan Sweeting Are Already Struggling Just Eight Months After Their Wedding

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Ryan Sweeting and Kaley Cuoco attending Emmy Awards August 2014Guys, I know this will come as a shock, but apparently Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting are fighting nonstop just eight months after their wedding! Which also happens to be eleven months after their engagement and a mere fourteen months after their first mani-pedi ever as a couple, and which only overlapped for about three weeks with Kaley's fakelationship with Henry Cavill! So I guess…not really a shock at all, when you really think about it.

According to Life & Style, life is less than blissful between this couple who has only known each other since June 26th, 2013, and is already married on September 3rd, 2014. Unbelievable that people might need more than seven months to get to know each other before binding themselves together for eternity, but WHATEVER. According to this insider:

“They get into these knockout, drag-out fights.”

…one of which apparently took place on Emmy night a couple weekends ago at an HBO after party.

“They were very angry — going back and forth at each other. Kaley was shaking her head, turning red. She looked like she was going to cry.”

It's not clear what the argument was about, but never fear! We at least know what Kaley was drinking on that fateful August 25th night.

“Kaley — who'd been drinking rosé — whispered ‘Please don’t leave me' to Ryan, then got up to go to the bathroom. After she walked away, Ryan put his finger to his head and pretended to shoot himself. Twice.”

You guys, I can't. There's just so much indignity here. Kaley tearfully whispered in Ryan's ear on her way to the bathroom, and then once she was gone, he finger-shot himself in the head not once but twice? Man. That's like, some sitcom shit right there. They should write that into the next season of Modern Family or The Big Bang Theory so we can guarantee it an Emmy right now and not even bother with the ceremony. That way we can know how this story ends without waiting out the inevitable divorce.

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