Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston Did NOT Secretly Reunite At Hotel, Despite Report

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Brad Pitt Jennifer Aniston Reunion Hotel

By Andrew Shuster

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Brad Pitt Jennifer Aniston Reunion Hotel

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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston did NOT secretly reunite at a New York hotel shortly before his divorce from Angelina Jolie, despite a fabricated tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told it’s “fabricated.”

According to the National Enquirer, the actor poured his heart out to his ex-wife just weeks before he and Jolie split, supposedly telling Aniston all about his marriage problems. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Jen has been talking to Brad. She’s told friends it would be a dream to get back together with him.” “The truth is, she’s been secretly waiting for him to leave Angelina,” adds the source for the tabloid, which clearly doesn’t know the meaning of the word “truth.”

The outlet’s supposed insider further contends, “She’s just happy to hear he’s divorcing because she always held on to a little hope. He’s the love of her life, and she’s never really gotten over him.” Of course, Aniston is happily married to Justin Theroux, but the publication’s “source” purports she doesn’t love him “as much as Brad.” Gossip Cop, however, looked into this far-fetched story, and we’re exclusively assured by a rep for Aniston the claim is “complete crap.” We’re further told, “No such meeting ever took place and the whole story is fabricated.”

Gossip Cop has repeatedly corrected the Enquirer for its many inaccurate stories about Pitt and Aniston, who divorced more than a decade ago. We recently called out the tabloid for similarly alleging falsely that Pitt and Aniston were “hooking up” behind Jolie’s back. This latest article, which shamelessly illustrates its story with two people acting as Pitt and Aniston in a photo recreation, is equally wrong.

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