Angelina Jolie Upset Over Brad Pitt “Mystery Woman”?

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(OK! magazine)

By Daniel Gates

(OK! magazine)

It doesn’t get much more laughable than OK!‘s new cover story. Two weeks after inventing an alleged flirtation between Brad Pitt and a “mystery woman” on the World War Z set, the magazine digs an even deeper hole with an article claiming Angelina Jolie “can’t take it anymore!”

The actress is “going nuclear” over Pitt’s supposedly “flirtatious relationship” with the brunette, claims OK!, and “insiders say Angie’s jealous rages are beginning to push Brad away.” Really? “Brad resents that Angelina is trying to control him,” says a so-called “source” for the tabloid.

“He’ll only tolerate so much. When Angelina told Brad to stay away from [the assistant], and when she kept harping on it, he was like, ‘Enough is enough.'” Yeah, enough is enough. This drivel was ridiculous when OK! first tried to sell it. It was even sillier when HollywoodLife reheated the rumor.

Pitt and the woman in question are working together on World War Z. They’re not flirting. They’re not getting romantic. They’re not “flaunting their happiness” in public, as OK! argues. And they’re not threatening Jolie.

OK!‘s “new” argument seems to boil down to the fact that Pitt and Jolie first fell in love while working on a movie, so therefore his long days with a random production staffer must be “rocking” their relationship. “He always seems happier when she’s around,” the “source” says. “After all – if you’re spending 15 hours a day with someone, you are bound to get close to them. It’s getting stronger, for sure.”

What sure isn’t getting any “stronger” is the magazine’s lame claim. As a source close to Pitt and Jolie told Gossip Cop, the stories linking him and the World War Z woman are “dumb,” ill-informed” and “wrong.” That sums it up.

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