Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt NOT Having “Crisis Talks” To Save Marriage, Despite Made-Up Claim
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are not going to have “crisis talks” to save their marriage, despite an entirely fabricated report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the claim. We’re told the story is “all BS.”
According to the repeatedly discredited Life & Style, after seeing photos of Pitt waving the starting flag at the Le Mans auto race in France while she was in New York in June, Jolie had an epiphany about how “far apart they’ve gotten as a couple,” and resolved to have “crisis talks” at their Chateau Miraval estate to “save their marriage.” The tabloid quotes a so-called “friend” as saying in terribly unnatural language, “She feels that if they really pour their hearts out to each other over sunset walks through the [estate’s] vineyards, she can keep Brad by her side and reignite their romance.”
The magazine then enumerates some of the purported issues that have supposedly contributed to them growing “apart.” “Her intense jealously over his Allied co-stars Marion Cotillard and Lizzy Caplan, and what he sees as her stubborn refusal to take care of herself after so many health scares,” are among the couple’s problems, alleges the publication. But, as Gossip Cop has exclusively reported, Life & Style has been publishing or possibly even fabricating inaccurate claims for years about Pitt and Jolie.
Approximately five weeks ago, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid when it wrongly reported that Jolie felt “betrayed” by Pitt because of his allegedly questionable behavior with his Allied co-stars. The magazine even claimed the actress “threw him out of their bedroom.” But, as we noted then, the story was untrue. We also quashed the publication’s made-up story two months ago about how Pitt “rushed” to Jolie’s side because of a vague “health crisis.” And three months ago, Gossip Cop exclusively debunked the outlet’s cover story that falsely declared a “break up” between Jolie and Pitt because their “two-year union is unsalvageable.” The celebrity weekly often returns to its the untrue assertions of Pitt cheating and Jolie being in poor health.
Now, however, after Gossip Cop has demonstrated month after month that the tabloid has been printing falsehoods, suddenly the magazine claims Jolie is trying to “save their marriage.” But what’s really happening is the often disproven publication is actually try to “save” its credibility after publishing one untrue story after another about Pitt and Jolie. There are no “crisis talks” scheduled, because we’re told Pitt and Jolie’s marriage is fine. An impeccable source, who has consistently helped Gossip Cop debunk many of the outlet’s inaccurate reports exclusively assures us the celebrity weekly’s latest article is also “all BS.”