Angelina Jolie NOT On Verge Of “Dying,” Despite Report
Angelina Jolie is not on the verge of “dying,” despite a disgusting new report. Gossip cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “just wrong.”
According to the National Enquirer, Jolie “refuses to eat and has deteriorated to a mere 83 pounds.” Her condition, adds the tabloid, is “so grave husband Brad Pitt and their six children fear she will be dead within a few years.”
The tabloid then quotes a number of doctors, who have never treated Jolie, saying in vague, general terms that various medical problems can be associated with having lost a lot of weight and muscle. Wisely, though, not one of the doctors speaks specifically about Jolie.
Instead, the tabloid quotes a number of so-called “insiders” saying such things as “Angie is driving herself to an early grave” and “She looks like a walking corpse.”
After noting how Jolie had a double mastectomy in 2013, the tabloid adds without a shred of proof that the actress “may still face a cancer battle.” A second so-called “source” offers, “Angie seems to be flirting with death,” and “Friends worry that she could have as little as two years left to live.” One of the tabloid’s seemingly fabricated sources also alleges her children have “asked Brad if Mommy is going to die.”
The whole story is a collection of sensationalized quotes from seemingly unreliable sources, as well as doctors who have never examined Jolie. There’s not one bit of concrete evidence that suggests the Oscar winner is on the verge of death. It’s just vile tabloid conjecture masquerading as reporting.
Still, Gossip Cop did a lot of investigating to get to the bottom of this, and not one Jolie insider could confirm anything alleged by the Enquirer. We’re told the tabloid’s near-death story is 100 percent untrue and, says an impeccable insider, “just wrong.”
Of course, Gossip Cop is not surprised by the falsity of the magazine’s story. We have corrected the supermarket tabloid numerous times over the years when it has wrongly reported about Jolie’s “heart attack drama,” “deadly liver” disease, ” and “new cancer drama.” All the while, the Enquirer has claimed year-after-year, “Brad is fearful that Angie may not be strong enough to survive,” he fears “her humanitarian work could kill her,” and “He’s worried sick that she could die!”
Gossip Cop sincerely wishes that this trend by the National Enquirer of publishing entirely fabricated stories predicting Angelina Jolie’s death finally dies out.