Louis Tomlinson NOT At “War” With Briana Jungwirth Over Son’s Child Support, Despite Report
Briana Jungwirth is not trying to “get a sizable part” of Louis Tomlinson’s fortune, which is estimated in the tens of millions, despite a new report. Nor is the One Direction singer “playing the role of devoted, hands-on father” to his newborn son Freddie just for publicity. Gossip Cop has learned those claims and others in a new tabloid story are “not true.”
According to Life & Style, Tomlinson is pretending to care for his son and Jungwirth, but behind-the-scenes there’s a “war” going on between the two parents of the baby boy. Even the photos of Tomlinson with Jungwirth at Freddie’s first doctor’s appointment, alleges the tabloid, are simply a “front for Louis’ image.” What’s really going on, claims the magazine, are lots of fights, including over child support.
The outlet then spews out a number of other things as fact, including that Jungwirth is no longer staying at the home Tomlinson rented her, and has “moved back to her family’s condo while waiting for her payday.” The tabloid also claims Tomlinson “ordered a DNA test after Freddie’s birth” to see if he was really the boy’s dad. But it’s all a collection of untruths that Life & Style has regurgitated from its previously debunked stories, as well as from its sister publication In Touch.
As Gossip Cop reported last week, any insinuation that Tomlinson demanded a DNA test is “nonsense.” And contrary to the tabloid’s assertion that Jungwirth “moved back” in with her folks, as Gossip Cop previously noted, Tomlinson actually got her a three-bedroom home. More significantly, the new parents are not battling over child support. We’re told by an impeccable insider that they’re working out an equitable amount of child support. Our plugged-in source exclusively tells Gossip Cop the magazine’s claims are simply “not true.”
Sadly, we’re not shocked by the falsehoods in the latest Life & Style story. Gossip Cop has busted the publication repeatedly for inaccurate reports about Tomlinson. Among the many bogus claims we corrected about the singer was that he was being pressured to marry Jungwirth. That wasn’t true, nor is the new story about Tomlinson “playing” the role of loving dad or fighting with Jungwirth over child support.