Vin Diesel Relationship With Paloma Jimenez In “Trouble”?
Vin Diesel’s longterm relationship with Paloma Jimenez is not in “trouble,” despite a new, fabricated tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s simply “not true.”
According to Star, Diesel’s nine-year relationship with the Mexican-born model is “running on fumes” after the action star was allegedly “unfaithful” to the mother of his three children. A so-called “insider” tells the tabloid in unnaturally stilted, yet self-serving language, “Paloma and Vin have decided to stay together despite the allegations, but those reports were a wake-up call to her take back control of her life.” Adds the questionable source, “Paloma was more than happy to put her career on hold to have kids, but she’s ready to get back out there.”
The tabloid claims that’s precisely what Diesel is “worried” about. The magazine’s seemingly phony (or totally ill-informed) “insider” alleges, “Vin’s petrified that Paloma might meet someone new in the process,” noting, “But if he doesn’t give Paloma a little bit of freedom, he could lose her for good either way.”
Among the many, many problems with the outlet’s story, besides it being completely untrue, is that it’s all based on a made-up tale about Diesel being “unfaithful.” There’s no proof whatsoever that he was. And the tabloid doesn’t have any facts, including with whom or when this supposedly occurred.
In fact, it’s such a bogus claim that the magazine’s seemingly made-up “insider” doesn’t say it definitively, instead stating Diesel and Jimenez aren’t breaking up “despite the allegations” and “reports.” Couples split because of real actions, not fabricated tabloid “allegations” or “reports.”
In any event, a mutual friend of ours and Diesel’s tells Gossip Cop exclusively the publication’s story is 100 “not true.” Additionally, the actor’s rep informed the magazine that it was false, but the tabloid ran it anyway. Of course, Gossip Cop is not surprised. Star is the same outlet we busted in 2012 for having falsely claimed Diesel and Paul Walker “hate[d] each other.”