George Clooney NOT Getting Divorced From Amal, Despite Report
The new cover of OK! falsely touts a “Divorce Announcement!” It also teases, “$300 Million Split Rocks Hollywood!” Inside the issue, the headlines are a little softer, albeit still wrong. “Trouble In Paradise,” states the magazine, writing, “Two years in, friends say George and Amal Clooney are wondering whether to call it quits.”
The marriage is supposedly “hanging by a thread,” with a so-called “insider” claiming, “While they love each other, they might be realizing they want different things in life.” Their “growing divide” is allegedly due to a “long list of grievances” that have now brought the relationship “to a perilous crossroads.” “The most serious: Their disagreement about when, if ever, to start a family,” alleges the outlet.
It’s said George was “feeling the mounting pressure” to have children, and had reluctantly agreed. “But as I understand it,” claims the publication’s supposed snitch, “he’s since backed away from that decision, and Amal is crushed.” It’s further alleged George has also reneged on plans to move to the UK, and that he’s “growing impatient” on other problems, such as Amal’s supposed “taste for the high life” and lavish spending, both deemed “another source of tension.”
“As a result of all this conflict, the power couple are now living separate lives,” contends the tabloid, which speculates “Amal could make out like a bandit if they divorce.” Adds the alleged tipster, “When George and Amal first got together, their friends thought they were a perfect match. But now some are expecting them to announce a split.”
In other words, OK! doesn’t actually have a “divorce announcement,” as its cover proclaims. Nor does the magazine have any evidence that this non-split has “rocked Hollywood.” Simply put, there hasn’t been a breakup, and the publication is purposefully trying to mislead readers.
And this is all coming from the same outlet that said Amal was pregnant more than a year ago. That cover story touted that she was even “14 weeks along!” Well, no baby ever came, just as Gossip Cop said one wouldn’t, and now the tabloid is still spreading lies.
We’ve exclusively learned that this new divorce cover story is completely made-up, and a worrisome example of the fake news trend currently plaguing media. Gossip Cop will continue to call out the guilty parties, and OK! is definitely one of them.