Aaron Rodgers' estrangement from The Bachelorette winner Jordan Rodgers and the rest of their family has been a complete mystery, but now an insider is claiming to know the source of strife.

After Jordan and his immediate family suggested on The Bachelorette Aaron's detachment is in part due to his questionable priorities and the effects of fame, a family insider told Us Weekly that Aaron's girlfriend Olivia Munn is to blame for the contention.

Munn, a 36-year-old famous actress who is currently best known for her role in the X-Men: Apocalypse, "has a strong personality and every meeting she has had with them has gone badly," said the insider.

With Munn allegedly in the middle of the feud, the family reportedly also argues over who started the fight to begin with. 

"The family says Aaron stopped talking to them," the insider told Us. "While Aaron says they don't talk because his family doesn't like Olivia."

According to a source close to Munn, "Aaron makes his own decisions and wouldn't be swayed by Olivia."

Another potential cause of tension is the fact Munn is good friends with Brittany Farrar, Jordan's ex-girlfriend who blasted him on Instagram following The Bachelorette's premiere for being a liar, cheater and fame-seeker.

Regardless, Aaron's estrangement -- which has reportedly been for about two years -- has left Jordan and his fiancee JoJo Fletcher "incredibly stressed," said the source, adding that the "family is torn apart."

It also doesn't help that the family's drama has been "playing out in the media."

On The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose Monday night, Fletcher, 25, briefly touched upon the issue and admitted she has yet to meet Aaron, quarterback for the NFL's Green Bay Packers, despite having been engaged to Jordan for a couple of months now.

"It's the same situation that it's been," Fletcher told host Chris Harrison, "but it's not something that we... It's not the focus for us right now, it's about us."

And during a Tuesday conference call after The Bachelorette's twelfth-season finale aired, Jordan was asked by reporters whether he'd invite Aaron to his future wedding and be open to the idea of a possible reconciliation.

"Absolutely. There's no scenario which I wouldn't want my entire family at a wedding. So absolutely. That's something all of our family wants and hopes for at some point," Jordan explained.

"So it's going to be a big wedding... There will be a lot of people there. [JoJo and I] can't wait to take a breath in a few days and get [settled] in Dallas and then really start planning that."
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