Jessica Biel Jealous Of Justin Timberlake’s Crush On Kate Winslet?

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By Andrew Shuster


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Jessica Biel is NOT jealous of Justin Timberlake’s supposed crush on his new co-star, Kate Winslet, despite a made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told it’s “false.”

Timberlake and Winslet are currently filming Woody Allen’s new movie in New York City, and now the National Enquirer claims the two are constantly flirting on set. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Justin is putting his marriage to the test. Jessica is home alone in L.A. and when she speaks to Justin on the phone, all he does is rave about Kate.”

The tabloid’s dubious insider further claims the actor/singer keeps telling his wife how he’s had a crush on Winslet since childhood, and “she’s fed up hearing about it.” The “source” also alleges Biel recently flipped out on her husband because he supposedly didn’t answer his phone for hours, then called back to reveal he was hanging out with Winslet. “She really chewed him out and reminded him that she was his wife, not Kate,” adds the outlet’s questionable source.

But Gossip Cop checked in with a reliable source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us Timberlake and Biel haven’t had any issues over his professional relationship with Winslet. We’re told there’s been no jealousy over alleged crushes and flirting, and the magazine’s assertion otherwise is simply “false.”

Of course, Gossip Cop has corrected the Enquirer’s many bogus stories about the happily married couple, so this latest piece of fiction comes as no surprise. We previously called out the tabloid for wrongly alleging Timberlake’s work schedule was causing problems in his marriage to Biel. There was no truth to that report, and the same goes for this latest one.

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