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Angelina Jolie is "furious" over Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's supposed baby plans, according to a completely wrong tabloid story. Gossip Cop can debunk this phony claim. It was fabricated based on an equally bogus premise.

As Gossip Cop reported, on Wednesday In Touch published an entirely made-up cover story that inanely and untruthfully announced Aniston and Pitt are planning to have a baby together. It was alleged that after they "reconnected" following their respective breakups with Justin Theroux and Jolie, the former spouses had decided to "try" to conceive either naturally, or through IVF. Spokespeople for Aniston and Pitt, however, individually confirmed to Gossip Cop that these contentions were all lies.

But on top of peddling this idea of the exes having a child together, the tabloid is also claiming to know Jolie's reaction to their purported plans. After quoting a supposed "friend" as saying, "It's the blockbuster news that friends, family and fans have been hoping for," the outlet asserts that "not everyone is happy about the baby buzz." Jolie is described as "livid that Brad and Jen are back in each other lives," and "furious at the suggestion the two could soon be welcoming a baby together." A so-called "source" contends, "It's the ultimate slap in the face." Still, the magazine maintains, "But they won't let Angelina stop them."

Of course, Jolie isn't trying to stop plans that don't actually exist. Aniston's rep told Gossip Cop on the record that the claims about her and Pitt having a child together are both "absurd" and a "fabrication." Similarly, a spokesperson for Pitt told us the allegations were "ridiculous." So why would Jolie be upset about something that isn't true and was seemingly invented out of thin air?

The contention that she's been "livid" over Pitt and Aniston being "back in each other's lives" is also a provable sham. As People reported earlier this year, and as Gossip Cop has confirmed, Aniston and Pitt haven't even seen one other in quite some time. The reputable magazine has even noted that "they aren't in regular contact" and their relationship is "ancient history." There is nothing going on for Jolie to be "livid" about.

But in addition to its misguided Aniston-Pitt reunion narrative, In Touch has also been pushing this love triangle storyline involving Jolie. In March, for example, the tabloid manufactured a cover story about Aniston inviting Jolie to a "secret dinner" to clear the air between them. That, too, was also based on the untrue notion that Aniston was involved with Pitt again, and just like now, Jolie was described as "furious." The outlet may keep coming up with new angles, but that doesn't make them legitimate.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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