A new report about how Angelina Jolie feels "vindicated" after Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's split is entirely made-up. Gossip Cop can correct this piece of fake news. We're told it's "nonsense."
According to the serial fibbers at HollywoodLife, Jolie is "feeling a sense of vindication" that she had "nothing to do" with Aniston and Theroux's split. A so-called "source" is quoted as telling the website, "Angelina makes a point to not read or follow any celebrity gossip, but it was inevitable she would hear about Jennifer and Justin's break-up at some point." The outlet's alleged "insider" goes on to claim that the actress "has never cared for Jen, even before she started dating Brad."
But that's not all. The online publication's supposed "source" further maintains, "[Jolie has] always thought of her as very vanilla and shallow, and not on her level intellectually," before adding, "Whereas Justin is quirky and edgy and super smart, so Angelina wasn't surprised to learn they had split." "Angelina can't help feeling a degree of vindication, after all, she was painted as this evil home wrecker who lured Brad away from Jen. Nobody can point the finger at Angelina this time, or any other 'wicked' third party," concludes the outlet's seemingly fake tipster.
Of course, as Gossip Cop has pointed out on numerous occasions, no one in Jolie's camp speaks to the aptly nicknamed HollywoodLies and most assuredly did not share her reaction to Aniston's split from Theroux with the untrustworthy site. In fact, Jolie's alleged response to the high-profile breakup is completely bogus, nor does it even make sense that Aniston's split from Theroux would make Jolie feel "vindicated." Obviously, Theroux's separation from Aniston had nothing to do with her split with Pitt because of Jolie back in 2005.
What's more, the unreliable website amusingly claims it has a Jolie "insider," but as we've noted several times in the past, the often discredited blog manufactured a slew of stories about her being on the verge of marrying a mystery British billionaire, who never even existed. Clearly, one should be extremely leery of HollywoodLies' Jolie articles, particularly the ones involving Aniston.
Basically, the entire report is made-up from start to finish, complete with fake quotes from a seemingly fictitious insider who can't even decide from one sentence to the next whether Jolie supposedly refers to Aniston as "Jen" or "Jennifer." Still, Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to Jolie, who tells us the article is "nonsense."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.