Angelina Jolie “Betrayed” By Brad Pitt Claim NOT True
Angelina Jolie does NOT feel “betrayed” by Brad Pitt because she’s supposedly convinced he’s cheating on her with both of his female co-stars in his upcoming movie, despite a bogus tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We’re told it’s “ridiculous.”
Pitt is currently in London filming the WWII thriller, Allied, alongside Marion Cotillard and Lizzy Caplan. And now according to Life & Style, Jolie is jealous and suspicious of her husband’s relationship with his leading ladies. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “Angie and Brad have had some serious arguments, and she told him she feels betrayed by him.” The magazine’s dubious insider adds, “Recently, Angie became so enraged when Brad was talking about how great Lizzy was, she threw him out of their bedroom.”
The outlet’s seemingly phony source further alleges that Jolie fumes whenever Pitt “gushes about how cute Marion’s accent is or talks about what a great actress she is,” and supposedly demanded “approval of all his co-stars from now on.” The tabloid’s questionable insider concludes, “Angie is hoping their marriage can be saved, but she’s going to be gripped by fear the entire time [Brad is filming].”
Gossip Cop has spent an inordinate amount of time correcting Life & Style and similar tabloids for creating nonexistent marital problems between Pitt and Jolie, but we checked in with a source close to the couple regardless. We’re exclusively told the magazine’s claim that Jolie has any concerns about Pitt’s co-stars is simply “ridiculous” and untrue.
But of course, Gossip Cop has repeatedly called out the outlet for its equally baseless rumors. We previously busted Life & Style for falsely alleging Jolie caught Pitt making “secret phone calls” to ex-wife Jennifer Aniston. And shortly before that, Gossip Cop corrected the magazine for claiming the actor was jealous of his wife’s friendship with her ex-husband Billy Bob Thornton. This latest claim about the couple is just more tabloid nonsense.