Angelina Jolie Divorce NOT Reuniting Brad Pitt With Jennifer Aniston, Despite Report
Angelina Jolie divorcing Brad Pitt is not driving him back into Jennifer Aniston’s arms, despite an absurd report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this wholly inaccurate report. We’re told it’s beyond “untrue.”
According to the often discredited Celeb Dirty Laundry, Pitt’s divorce may “reunite” him with Aniston. The highly untrustworthy site actually claims the Brangelina split could give “Aniston back the husband she lost plus the kids she can’t seem to have on her own.” “Jennifer would be a wonderful step-mother to Brad’s six kids since she’s been unable to have any of her own with Justin Theroux,” writes the webloid.
The unreliable blog then alleges that “Jennifer and Justin are on the rocks,” and with “talk of a split,” Aniston is now “focused on her ex,” meaning Pitt. As if CDL didn’t already read like a parody site, the webloid gives credence to a story Gossip Cop already debunked that falsely alleged Theroux and Aniston are splitting because he contacted ex-girlfriend Heidi Bivens. “Jennifer and Justin may be ready to mutually ditch their marriage to go back to their respective exes,” contends the outlet, which doesn’t provide any sources or basis for its ridiculous premise.
In addition to being wrong about Pitt and Aniston, the site is also mean. It writes, “Jennifer is ready to settle down and raise a family,” but she “waited too long” to have her own children. “It would be sweet revenge, and fulfill that yearning to have a child, if Jennifer ended up helping raise Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s kids,” adds the webloid. The outlet concludes its nonsensical story by asking, “Could it be just a matter of time before Jenn and Brad are back together?” and “Do you think she’d be a good stepmom to his half a dozen kids?”
Here’s a better question: Does anyone, at this point, believe anything from CDL? Regardless, Gossip Cop prides itself on fact-checking every story, and a source close to Aniston tells us the webloid’s tale is 100 percent “untrue.”