HollywoodLife Spreads Fake News About Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie “Back Together”

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By Andrew Shuster |

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A new tabloid cover story that hit shelves this week alleged Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are “back together again,” but Gossip Cop exclusively busted this false claim as soon as it emerged. Unfortunately, that hasn’t stopped HollywoodLife from spreading the fake reconciliation news without fact-checking.

As Gossip Cop reported, Life & Style’s latest cover story claims Pitt and Jolie are “secretly dating” again following their September 2016 divorce filing. Only, a trustworthy source close to the actress assured us she hasn’t reunited with her estranged husband. A Pitt insider similarly told us the situation between the exes is going “reasonably well,” but they’re certainly not involved romantically again.

In total disregard for the truth, HollywoodLife has now published two separate stories based on the magazine’s phony report. One of the webloid’s articles focuses on the ex-couple’s six children and “why they don’t want the kids to know” they’re back together. The site simply regurgitates Life & Style’s inaccurate claim that Pitt and Jolie are keeping their relationship “under the radar” to avoid confusing their children. The website then goes on to offer its own opinion that the kids “would surely be thrilled to hear the news.”

For its second bogus piece on the subject, HollywoodLife zones in on the magazine’s assertion that “old feelings” have brought Pitt and Jolie back together. The webloid goes on to reiterate Life & Style’s false information about the exes’ supposed intimate phone conversations and secret dates. But despite the site’s attempt at milking the tabloid’s story for all it’s worth, there’s simply no truth to it.

In fact, Gossip Cop very recently busted HollywoodLife’s contradictory story purporting to have exclusive knowledge about why Pitt and Jolie aren’t getting back together. The webloid repeatedly changes narratives to suit its needs, but the one consistent aspect of these reports is that they’re all wrong.

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