George and Amal Clooney “Divorce” Made Up By Desperate Magazine

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George Clooney Amal Divorce

By Daniel Gates

EXCLUSIVE

George Clooney Amal Divorce

(In Touch)

George Clooney and his new wife Amal are not getting a “$200M Divorce,” despite the latest cover story from In Touch, the same publication that resorted to using drones to spy on their wedding because its sources have been terribly wrong about Clooney’s personal life for years. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this “divorce” report.

According to In Touch, the Clooneys’ marriage is “beset with jealousy, arguments and other relationship-wrecking behavior.” The magazine says “Amal’s disdain for Hollywood and many of George’s pals, her increasingly diva-like behavior, as well as fights over starting a family, have friends convinced it’s all gone wrong for the couple.” One alleged “insider” tells the outlet, “I think they’ll divorce. There’s no way it can last. And it’s going to be very expensive for George.”

“He’s trying hard,” a friend tells In Touch, with reference to Clooney’s very public expression of love to his wife during the Golden Globes. “But behind the scenes, he and Amal are fighting.” A so-called “source” explains that Amal has been “trying to control George’s every move” since their wedding, annoying him about everything from his clothes to his friends to his career choices. The magazine portrays her as a nagging diva who’s causing endless arguments.

“Everyone thought they were the perfect couple, but it’s all blowing up in George’s face,” the “insider” tells the tabloid. “The fairy tale is over.” Fairy tales are for In Touch. Gossip Cop deals with reality. And in reality, there’s NOTHING to this story. Basically, the tabloids began looking for cracks in the Clooneys’ marriage as soon as they wed, because “divorce” is sexier than “happiness.” A rep for Clooney tells Gossip Cop exclusively, “These stories are made up for the sole purpose of selling magazines.”

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