Are Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron really moving in together? Considering the two movie stars aren't dating, the simple answer is no. Unfortunately, one of this week's tabloids wants its readers to believe otherwise.
According to Woman's Day Australia, Pitt and Theron are ready to take the next step in their (nonexistent) relationship. A supposed source tells the magazine, "Brad and Charlize live close to each other in LA, which has been the perfect way for them to meet up in private. They've been visiting each other's homes for romantic dinner dates away from the spotlight but now, the cat's out of the bag."
The alleged insider goes on to say Pitt is practically living at the actress's house already, adding, "He stays over every chance he gets and keeps a lot of his stuff there." The outlet further contends the actor is preparing to rent out his home and permanently move in with Theron. "Clearly, Brad and Charlize didn't want anyone getting wind of their romance and they must have worked hard to keep it under wraps for all this time," adds the suspicious tipster. "But now they've been found out, so there's no reason for them to hide it any longer!"
As Gossip Cop has made clear several times already, Pitt and Theron aren't dating. Those rumors were started by an anonymous "source," but the actor's own spokesperson has told us on the record that he's never had a romance with the actress. The two stars shot an ad for Breitling watches last year, and Pitt's rep explained to Gossip Cop that he "hasn't seen [Theron] in months."
Last week, Gossip Cop busted Woman's Day for wrongly reporting Pitt and Theron were getting engaged. This latest article about the pair moving in together makes no mention of the actor proposing. It seems the outlet is already starting to lose track of its own phony storylines. Also last week, we called out the publication for falsely claiming Jennifer Aniston had a meltdown on the set of her new TV show over the news that her ex-husband had moved on with Theron. That story was also complete nonsense.
In reality, the tabloid is taking two people who aren't dating and creating fake milestones in their imaginary relationship. In the magazine's fantasy world, Pitt and Theron are already engaged and moving in together. Gossip Cop suspects that marriage and babies will soon follow. This ongoing saga surrounding the two stars is a total work of fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.