Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Divorce Story Made Up By Tabloid
UPDATE: Since the publication of this story, Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt. However, Gossip Cop has learned the split has nothing to do with cheating accusations or health issues, as was falsely claimed by In Touch.
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are NOT getting a “$400 million divorce,” despite a completely made-up tabloid cover story. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told there’s “no truth” to it.
According to In Touch, the famous couple has been living separate lives over issues stemming from jealousy, screaming matches, cheating accusations and more. The magazine alleges their most recent fight erupted when Pitt supposedly refused to spend the last few days of summer with Jolie and the kids in France, instead opting to vacation in Croatia with his friends. A so-called “source” tells the publication, “As Brad headed out the door, Angelina was in tears, truly feeling she’d lost Brad once and for all.”
The tabloid’s questionable insider adds, “The marriage is broken and Brad and Angelina’s $400 million divorce is underway.” The outlet then goes on to recycle the same false narrative that Jolie is suspicious of her husband’s relationship with Allied co-star Marion Cotillard, further asserting she’s upset with him for allegedly “acting single.” The tabloid also claims the pair is fighting over everything from their careers to his supposed concerns about her health.
Despite how many times Gossip Cop has debunked In Touch for wrongly reporting the movie stars’ relationship is over, we still checked in with a reliable source close to the couple, who exclusively assures us there’s still “no truth” to this latest breakup tale. Earlier this year, we called out the publication for falsely insisting Pitt and Jolie’s marriage was “destroyed” by jealousy. We also debunked the magazine’s claim Pitt and Jolie were headed for a “shocking split.” But the happy couple’s marriage is going strong, and all contentions otherwise are completely untrue.