Angelina Jolie NOT Betrayed By Billy Bob Thornton’s Brad Pitt Comments, Despite Report

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By Andrew Shuster

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Angelina Jolie does NOT feel “betrayed” by Billy Bob Thornton for saying he wants to work with Brad Pitt, despite an inaccurate webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”

In a recent interview with Playboy, Thornton made an unexpected revelation about his ex-wife’s newly estranged husband, saying, “This might surprise people, but I’d love to do a movie with Brad Pitt… I think we’d be great together.” Thornton and Jolie have remained friends since divorcing in 2003, but now Celeb Dirty Laundry falsely claims the actor’s comments have put their relationship in danger. Without a single source to back up its assertion, the site says Jolie will “feel betrayed” and possibly “end [her] friendship with Thornton” as a result of his interview.

The webloid’s purely speculative piece goes on to theorize Pitt would turn down an opportunity to work with Thornton “until the divorce and custody issues are finalized,” because Jolie might get angry about their collaboration and retaliate in court. Despite the website’s story being completely baseless, Gossip Cop still checked in with a reliable source close to the situation, and we’re exclusively assured Jolie isn’t “betrayed” by Thornton’s comments. We’re told the outlet’s entire report is simply “not true.”

Unfortunately, we’re not surprised by CDL’s phony story. Earlier this week, Gossip Cop busted the repeatedly discredited site for falsely claiming Jolie and Thornton were getting back together. This latest article is equally bogus.

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