Gossip Cop was created to fact-check the gossip industry. Launched in July 2009, the site strives to be the most accurate and credible source of celebrity news. Every day our team diligently works to separate fact from fiction and we are proud to be at the forefront of debunking “fake news” about Hollywood personalities.
Hugh Scott is the editor of Gossip Cop. Previously he wrote for CinemaBlend.com and extensively freelanced for various music-related websites and publications. Prior to CinemaBlend, he owned and published Eleven Magazine, an indie music magazine in St. Louis that covered the local and national music scenes. Hugh earned his bachelor of arts from Boston University where he majored in Political Science. He can be reached at [email protected]
Griffin Matis is a reporter for Gossip Cop. Originally hailing from southern Louisiana, he graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 2016 with an emphasis on Arts & Culture Journalism. Since then, he’s written about a variety of topics ranging from recipes to video games to wildlife reserves for both digital and print publications. He can be reached at [email protected]
Brianna Morton is a reporter for Gossip Cop. She has previously written for Oola.com and Suggest.com. She graduated from Webster University with a bachelor of arts, majoring in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing and a minor in German. Since graduating, she has written about celebrity gossip and pop culture happenings. She can be reached at [email protected]
Jane Andrews is a former magazine editor who’s been writing about celebrities since the 2000s. She was born and raised in New York City and is a fervent #FreeBritney supporter.
Deb Taylor is a freelance writer whose obsession with real housewives, tops chefs, and ultimate fighters landed her a role at Gossip Cop. When she’s not tuned into reality television, she enjoys comedy podcasts and old-school hip hop. She is still trying to comprehend the massive net worth of top TikTok stars.
Justin Smith is a pop culture connoisseur who spends way too much time on the internet. When he isn’t binge-watching reality tv shows and TikTok videos, he’s hanging out with his four black cats.
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