Jessica Simpson Husband Eric Johnson NOT “Threatening To Take Kids Away”
Jessica Simpson’s husband Eric Johnson is NOT “threatening to take” their “kids away” from her, despite a flat-out wrong story from a webloid. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the report, as a source tells us it’s utterly untrue.
According to RadarOnline, Simpson’s alleged “drinking and pill popping has reached a crisis level,” and “her husband has threatened to take their kids if she doesn’t get help.” A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Things reached a climax in early May, when Eric told Jess he has had enough and issued his ultimatum.” The site, of course, has no explanation for why this is only coming out now if the “climax” was more than four months ago.
Nevertheless, Radar’s alleged “source” goes on to claim, “He is worried sick that Jess’ conduct is going to start affecting their two children and that their oldest is starting to realize there’s something wrong with mommy.” The webloid adds that Johnson “has told” Simpson “she has to get help for her substance abuse problems immediately.” Again, though, Gossip Cop must point out the inconsistent logic: Johnson supposedly said Simpson had to get help “immediately” months ago, and yet life has gone on as normal.
Still, the site’s tipster further says of Simpson, “She can’t be in denial any longer about the toll that her problems have taken on her marriage, or she could lose her husband her children — and her money.” And Radar even claims the singer weighs a “mere 92 pounds.” Right.
Let’s be real. It’s RadarOnline that’s “in denial,” not Simpson. Because, once again, the outlet rather spit lies than put forth the truth. And the truth is, Johnson NEVER issued Simpson any “ultimatum.”
Gossip Cop is exclusively told he NEVER threatened to take their children away, either. And the couple, who lovingly celebrated Johnson’s birthday earlier this month, is as solid as they’ve ever been, and nothing’s changed over the last few months because nothing’s needed to. Sadly, it seems RadarOnline’s poor “reporting” hasn’t changed, too.