Gwen Stefani Forcing Blake Shelton To Sign $185 Million “Cheating” Prenup?

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Gwen Stefani Cheating Prenup Blake Shelton

By Shari Weiss


Gwen Stefani Cheating Prenup Blake Shelton

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Gwen Stefani is NOT forcing Blake Shelton to sign a $185 million “cheating” prenup, despite an utterly ridiculous report that falsely claims the two are set to wed after he “popped the question.” Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the story. We’re told it’s 100 percent fabricated.

The allegation can be found in the pages of this week’s National Enquirer, which claims Stefani is gunning for a “winner-take-all” prenuptial agreement. “After being burned by her bed-hopping ex,” writes the magazine,” she supposedly wants Shelton to “sign a $185 million ‘cheating’ prenup before they wed.” A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Gwen loves Blake, but she’s not taking any chances.”

The supermarket tabloid refers to Gavin Rossdale allegedly cheating on Stefani during their marriage, as well as to Shelton’s “baggage.” The supposed “source” explains, “Gwen is well aware of Blake’s wandering eye and spotty record when it comes to fidelity. So she’s holding Blake’s feet to the fire, and forcing him to sign on the dotted line before she’ll marry him.”

“Gwen is determined to make sure her union with Blake doesn’t end like her first, in tears and betrayal,” adds the alleged tipster. But it’s readers who should be feeling betrayed. The National Enquirer is following up one inaccurate story with another that seeks to continue the sensational saga, rather than deliver accurate reporting.

As Gossip Cop corrected last month, Shelton did NOT propose to Stefani, despite the magazine’s erroneous claim. There was no proposal, there are no plans to tie the knot, and there is certainly no cheating-focused prenup in the works now. A rep for Stefani exclusively tells Gossip Cop the report is entirely “untrue.”

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