Jennifer Aniston And Justin Theroux: “Over After Two Months,” Says Tabloid
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are NOT “over after two months,” despite a new tabloid cover story falsely announcing a “divorce bombshell.” Gossip Cop has its own bombshell. A rep for Aniston exclusively tells us the report is a fabrication.
According to In Touch, Aniston and Theroux’s marriage was “doomed from the start,” and “insecurity, distance and betrayal” led the actor to walk out on his wife just eight weeks after they wed. Now the relationship is supposedly “on the brink of collapse.” A so-called “friend” alleges to the magazine, “They’re both desperately unhappy. Things are so bad, I think Justin is ready to file divorce papers.”
“Jen’s been telling friends that she feels she’s made a mistake by getting married again,” the “friend” continues, claiming Aniston had ignored “red flags.” The alleged source adds, “She thought things would change once she and Justin got married, but they haven’t. Now she wants space to think it through.” In Touch rattles off a number of supposed issues, like Theroux’s flirting with co-stars (which Gossip Cop has debunked) and Aniston’s trust issues (which Gossip Cop has debunked).
And what about the 6-month baby girl In Touch announced Aniston had adopted last month? Gossip Cop exclusively busted that claim, too, and now the tabloid’s tipster conveniently says the plans have been “derailed” because the “marriage isn’t working out.” Right.
What isn’t “working out” is this typical tabloid narrative. A celebrity couple gets married, and the magazines rush to announce there’s a baby on the way or an imminent divorce. But neither angle has any basis in reality when it comes to Aniston and Theroux.
A rep for Aniston exclusively tells Gossip Cop In Touch’s new cover story is more “B.S.” We’re further told the actress is happier than ever. And it’s worth noting Theroux was on “Good Morning America” Wednesday, the same day this issue hit newsstands, absolutely gushing about his wedding and life as a newlywed.