Chris Hemsworth Did NOT “Storm Off” After Alleged “Violent” Elsa Pataky Fight Over Made-Up Playboy Shoot (EXCLUSIVE)

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By Shari Weiss

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Chris Hemsworth did NOT have a “violent outburst” during an alleged fight with wife Elsa Pataky over a nonexistent Playboy shoot, despite a false story from Star.

The magazine claims the couple was dining at celebrity hotspot Craig’s in Los Angeles in “late May” when Pataky “broke the news” that “she wants to pose naked for Playboy to flaunt her postbaby body — but he said no way!”

“Fellow diners tell Star that cozy lunch date quickly turned sour,” writes the outlet, which quotes an “onlooker” as saying Pataky said the shoot “would be a great career move but Chris wanted nothing to do with the conversation.”

“He said it would be inappropriate for a woman with such young children to pose naked,” claims the supposed witness.

Star writes that Pataky, who welcomed a daughter in 2012 and twins in March, “kept pushing — which led to a violent outburst.”

“After about 10 minutes of Elsa’s nagging, Chris slammed his fork and knife on his plate and stormed off,” alleges the tab’s tipster.

So Hemsworth, one of the biggest rising movie stars, supposedly had a public “outburst” at a popular restaurant, and yet Star — and only Star — is reporting this story a month later?

Something smells fishy — and it’s not the sesame-crusted salmon at Craig’s.

In fact, the restaurant isn’t even open for lunch, when so-called “outburst” allegedly occurred.

A rep for Hemsworth exclusively tells Gossip Cop that the story is “completely false.”

“This conversation never took place,” assures the spokesperson.

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