Angelina Jolie's kids have not been begging her to eat, despite a false tabloid report. There's no truth to the phony story. Gossip Cop can correct it.
"Scared Kids Beg 80-Pound Angie To Eat," reads a headline in the latest issue of the National Enquirer. The accompanying article says Jolie's six kids believe she's "frighteningly thin" and want her to take better care of her health. A supposed source tells the magazine, "She was going well for a while, but lately she's back to eating like a bird, which has the kids terrified."
"The kids see her skipping meals," notes the alleged insider, who goes on to say the actress's 15-year-old son Pax "practically dragged" her to a restaurant in Hollywood earlier this month. "The kids are trying anything to get her to eat, before it's too late," adds the questionable tipster.
The tabloid's article is both unoriginal and entirely fabricated. Earlier this month, Gossip Cop debunked a story about Jolie's kids staging an intervention to get her to eat. The premise wasn't true then, and it's no more accurate now. Jolie's camp has assured us countless times that she's in perfectly good health, and this ongoing narrative claiming otherwise is baseless.
It's worth noting, Jolie has always been thin, and there's no indication she's any skinnier than usual. Unfortunately, the Enquirer has a habit of wrongly alleging the actress is in poor health. Last month, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for falsely claiming Jolie was "dying" and leaving her fortune to her oldest son Madoxx. That bogus report didn't bother to mention how the actress was supposedly "dying," but simply insisted she was in "failing health."
Gossip Cop also called out the magazine for manufacturing up a tale about Jolie "going without food or sleep" amid her divorce from Brad Pitt. Shortly after that, we busted the outlet for wrongly contending Jolie weighed 79 pounds and had "collapsed" during her custody battle with her estranged husband. At the very least, this latest article has put another pound on the actress.
It bears mentioning that the actress has a very busy work schedule, including multiple film projects, and has been looking after her six kids when she's not making movies. There's absolutely nothing to indicate Jolie isn't eating or that her kids are worried about her well-being. The idea that she's falling apart physically simply isn't accurate or realistic.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.