One of this week's tabloids claims Brad Pitt "betrayed" Charlize Theron by going to Jennifer Aniston's 50th birthday party earlier this month. The story, which lacks any proof, is completely ridiculous. Conversely, Gossip Cop can debunk it with facts.
As we've stressed several times over the past month, Pitt and Theron aren't dating, despite several unreliable outlets attempting to create a nonexistent romance between the two stars. The actor's spokesperson has gone on the record to confirm he's not in a relationship with the actress and never has been. Similarly, Theron herself has shot down the bogus premise. Unfortunately, tabloids such as the Globe insist on pushing that untrue narrative.
The latest issue of the magazine contends Theron is furious with Pitt for attending his ex-wife's birthday bash at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles. "Charlize is fit to be tied," a supposed source allegedly tells the outlet. "She feels like she was betrayed and duped by Brad. Charlize is spitting mad and doesn't know what to do."
Making matters worse, according to the tabloid, is that Theron is supposedly expecting Pitt's baby. Gossip Cop already debunked that absurd storyline, which was published in last week's edition of the magazine. The actor's rep, speaking on his behalf, assured us Pitt isn't expecting a baby with Theron, nor are they dating at all.
Additionally, the Globe is all over the place when it comes to reporting about the actor's love life following his split from Angelina Jolie. Last June, for example, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for falsely claiming Pitt was calling off his divorce from Jolie. The following month, the magazine maintained Pitt was dating MIT professor Neri Oxman. Then, just one month later, the outlet insisted Pitt and Aniston were "officially in love again."
The tabloid obviously has no regard for the truth or consistency. The outlet frequently changes its narratives about the actor's personal life, and somehow expects readers to believe it has insight. Here's what's really happening: Pitt went to Aniston's birthday party amid the outlet's ongoing fictional saga about him and Theron, so the magazine decided to come up with a phony angle involving how the South African actress feels about it. Considering there's no relationship between her and Pitt, it's safe to say Theron doesn't have much of an opinion on the matter.
Just last week, Theron said she's "single" during an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." She's only dating Pitt in the fantasy world created by the tabloids. This latest article, which uses Aniston's recent birthday party as its hook, is simply more nonsense.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.