Scarlett Johansson Marriage NOT In ‘Trouble,’ Despite Late And Wrong Report
Scarlett Johansson’s marriage to Romain Dauriac is not in “trouble,” nor does she have a “divorce planned,” despite an entirely wrong and late report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the record. We’re told the claim is “totally fabricated.”
According to the often discredited Celeb Dirty Laundry, Johansson’s marriage to French journalist Dauriac is in “trouble,” and she’s “trying to keep her marital problems under wraps.” The unreliable webloid adds that the actress is “headed towards a divorce sooner rather than later” because she doesn’t like living in France, where Dauriac is from. The site’s claims Johansson hasn’t adapted well to Paris, and she’s “feeling homesick for Hollywood,” which has caused “friction” in her marriage.
Making matters worse is that the already untrustworthy blog quotes an even less credible outlet as alleging Johansson “wants to come home,” but Dauriac doesn’t want to live in the U.S., and as a result the actress feels “isolated.” The webloid claims Johansson feels “detached from Los Angles,” which will result in her career taking “a huge blow if she’s not readily available for films.” “Living in France has definitely dampened her chances of further success in the industry,” declares the site with no proof, before noting that “divorce” could be her next step.
As Gossip Cop reported three weeks ago when this inaccurate claim was first made by Star magazine, Johansson’s marriage is not on the rocks. Additionally, she does not feel “detached from Los Angeles,” nor must she live there for “success in the industry.” Shockingly, CDL doesn’t realize Johansson is already a huge, international star. And as it is, she already divides her time between the couple’s apartments in Paris and New York.
More significantly, talk of Johansson’s marriage being in “trouble” is a complete lie. Her rep exclusively told Gossip Cop, “Their marriage is solid.” As for being in Hollywood, Johansson’s spokesman also confirmed that she already owns a home in Los Angeles, but is “barely there, preferring to stay in New York or Paris.” Basically, the entire CDL tale is completely late and wrong.