Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's kids do not want to live with Jennifer Aniston, despite utterly ridiculous reports. Gossip Cop can bust these untrue stories. The Brangelina brood have nothing to do with their dad's ex-wife.
But New Idea has an article on its website titled, "Angelina's kids speak out: We want to live with our dad and Jennifer Aniston." Though the story also appears in the tabloid's latest issue, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt never made any such request. Still, the gossip magazine is alleging that "several" of the children have told Pitt "they want to live with him and new girlfriend Jennifer."
"Brad has spent the last few weeks slowly introducing his children" to Aniston, "after they rekindled their romance since her split" from Justin Theroux, contends the outlet. Now, claims the publication, "Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne, in particular, have become incredibly close to Jen and want to spend as much time with her as possible." A so-called "source" tells the tabloid the clan has been dealing with "tension" in their own home due to Jolie and Pitt's separation, which is "why it's been so nice for the kids to spend some time with Brad and Jen."
Aniston is described as "so relaxed and laid-back, and so keen just to play with the kids," while Jolie is said to be "always either really angry at Brad or crying over the split when she's at home." For Aniston, it's further alleged it's been "really therapeutic" to spend time with Pitt's children, with the magazine's supposed source adding, "The kids clearly love it and love her." This alleged tipster goes on to conclude, "Not only has Jen got her ex back from Ange, the kids are now keen to live with Jen. Things really couldn't be worse for Ange."
Actually, Jolie is doing just fine, since all of these claims are false. For starters, Aniston has not met Pitt's children, something Gossip Cop originally confirmed back in January. Furthermore, the exes are not back together. In fact, an Aniston-Pitt reunion is highly unlikely, considering they haven't seen each other in quite some time. So, given that the actress doesn't know the kids and is not their father's "girlfriend," there is no basis whatsoever for claiming the children want to live with her.
It's notable that the "Friends" star isn't referred to as the actor's wife, since it was just a week ago that this same outlet was claiming Pitt and Aniston had a "wedding." In that cover story, a purported "source" was even quoted as saying, "They're now back to calling one another husband and wife." It was further alleged they were "already working on adopting a baby," in part because Pitt "rarely gets to see his own kids anymore."
Yet in this new article, nothing is said about a marriage or a baby, and readers are supposed to believe Aniston is spending loads of time with his children, but Pitt "rarely" see them? The tales are contradictory and inconsistent because they are fictional. Unfortunately, for the second week in a row, The Inquisitr has picked up the bogus claims and is spreading them further online. Here's a tip for the blog and everyone else: If you want to read tabloid fantasy, there's New Idea. But if you want the truth, stick with Gossip Cop.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.