Angelina Jolie has not adopted more kids, despite a report a year ago that falsely claimed she was adding more children to her family of six. Gossip Cop busted the story 365 days ago. Now the passage of time has shown our reporting was correct.
On June 9, 2017, we called out the National Enquirer for wrongly claiming Jolie was giving estranged husband Brad Pitt the "ultimate brush-off" by "expanding her brood without him." The narrative was concocted after the Oscar winner and some of her kids were seen with "several unidentified children of Asian descent" at the La Brea Tar Pits. The outing led the supermarket tabloid to speculate that she planned to "grow her family without Brad."
"Angie's moving on with her life, and she's encouraging the kids to do the same," a so-called "insider" was quoted as saying. But the magazine had no proof that Jolie was indeed adopting again, and it only jumped to that conclusion, somewhat offensively, because she was seen with "children of Asian descent." This was an inaccurate assumption.
As Gossip Cop pointed out back then, and as widely reported by reputable media outlets, the children with Jolie were daughter Shiloh's friends from Cambodia, who came to America to help her celebrate her 11th birthday. The tween wanted to show her pals different aspects of American life, which included not just the trip to the La Brea Tar Pits, but also a visit to Disneyland. This wasn't a permanent move or a sign that they were officially joining the Jolie family. It was simply a U.S. vacation.
Significantly, Jolie hasn't been seen with the group of Cambodian kids since then, which is evidence that she didn't adopt them. In the last 365 days, she hasn't adopted any other children, either. The star is still just a mom to three girls and three boys, and all six kids are currently with Jolie as she films Maleficent 2 in London. And while it's certainly possible she could decide to add to their family in the future, particularly once her divorce from Pitt is finalized, it's abundantly clear the National Enquirer was entirely wrong when it claimed Jolie was adopting a year ago.
Of course, that's not the only misinformation the tabloid has spread about the actress over the last year. This past September, for example, the magazine laughably claimed Jolie was wearing a special ring in hopes of getting Pitt's attention and winning him back, even though she was the one who filed for divorce in the first place. As we were told then, the story was "nonsense," and that's still the case today. Neither Pitt nor Jolie has any interest in reconciling, which is why they're still negotiating a divorce settlement. It's obvious the outlet's reporting doesn't reconcile with the facts.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.