Jennifer Aniston Adoption Plans Fall Through?

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Jennifer Anniston Adoption Plans March 2016

By Shari Weiss

Jennifer Anniston Adoption Plans March 2016

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Jennifer Aniston’s adoption plans did NOT fall through, because she never had any such plans in the first place. Gossip Cop can correct a misguided story, which tries to blame supposed problems with Justin Theroux as the reason why Aniston isn’t adopting.

In Touch alleges the two were “so close to adopting,” but says, “Jen’s dreams of motherhood have been dashed now that her marriage has fallen apart.” A so-called “source” describes Aniston as “desperate to adopt,” and claims, “She and Justin were halfway through the process of adopting twins — a boy and a girl — and were hoping to bring the kids home in the next couple of months, but the plans came to a halt when they started having problems.”

“She’d even built a nursery in their Bel Air home,” continues the supposed snitch. “It’s heartbreaking.” In Touch, which Gossip Cop called out earlier this week for falsely saying Aniston and Theroux were “over after seven months,” further says, “The final blow to the marriage was when their plans to adopt recently fell through.”

Here’s what’s really going on: The magazine and its sister publication Life & Style have spent months claiming Aniston is in the process of adopting. In fact, last August, In Touch actually claimed Aniston had adopted a 6-month-old baby girl. All the stories were patently untrue.

Now to get out of it, the tabloid has created another wrong story, using a supposed divorce as the reason why the adoption “fell through.” But again, there was never any adoption in the works, and the gossip rag can’t even keep its lies straight, now claiming Aniston was set to adopt twins, when in previous pieces it was just one girl. In Touch is simply trying to cover up one fabrication with another. Don’t fall for it.

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