Did Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston get "married" in his backyard in Los Angeles? Last year, a magazine was so confident that happened, the outlet splashed the claim on its cover, along with a photo of Pitt in a tuxedo and Aniston in a white dress presumably at their supposed wedding. The truth, however, as Gossip Cop was first to report, was that the article's entire narrative was nothing more than a fabrication, and the two exes have never rekindled.

It was exactly 365 days ago that In Touch inaccurately alleged Pitt and Aniston had rewed, and that their nuptials were attended by his six kids and "best man" George Clooney. Of course, the magazine had no proof whatsoever to back up its sensational story. Instead, it based its piece on a number of phony quotes from a person identified only as a "friend," who was either a complete fraud that tricked the gullible outlet or the publication made up the source itself. In either case, the article about Aniston and Pitt tying the knot was a lie.

As Gossip Cop noted at the time, Pitt and Aniston could not even get married because were they weren't officially divorced from Angelina Jolie and Justin Theroux, respectively, nor are they to this day. Significantly, at the time the tabloid suggested the ceremony supposedly took place, Clooney was in Italy making "Catch-22," while Pitt's kids were in England, where Jolie was filming Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil. And the alleged bride was in Montreal with Adam Sandler shooting Murder Mystery.

Not only were the premise and quotes unquestionably false, but the outlet also photoshopped together two unrelated pictures to give the impression Pitt and Aniston were standing next to one another at a fancy event, such as a wedding, all while never informing its readers about the fake image it created. Lastly, while the tabloid predicated its cover story on an anonymous and unaccountable "source," Gossip Cop had Aniston's rep comment on the record. The spokesperson called the magazine's article "made-up" and "ridiculous."

So, why is Gossip Cop bringing up this debunked cover story now? The answer is it's been 12 months since In Touch tried to dupe readers into believing the Aniston and Pitt got married again, and it's still wrong. Additionally, the tabloid has never published a correction or retraction. Instead, it has simply continued concocting more tall tales about Pitt and Aniston.

In fact, a month later, the same outlet published yet another phony cover story that maintained Pitt and Aniston were going on a "honeymoon in Italy." That work of fiction was followed up with another front page report from nine months ago that swore up and down Pitt and Aniston were expecting a "miracle baby." Unfazed by repeatedly being caught by Gossip Cop for churning out one whopper after another, the magazine then declared a pregnant Aniston was spending Christmas 2018 with Pitt and his kids.

By the beginning of January 2019, the same tabloid contended Pitt and Aniston were "having a baby girl." Like a deadbeat dad who doesn't support his kids, the magazine couldn't support any of it claims either about the former "Friends" star being pregnant. The publication then abandoned the baby angle and three weeks later it asserted Aniston and Charlize Theron were fighting over Pitt. But, as widely reported and confirmed by the actor's rep directly to Gossip Cop, Pitt and Theron never dated or were ever romantically involved.

Fast forward to two week ago, and the very same tabloid splashed on its cover how Pitt was dating two models, an actress and one of his kid's teachers. Like the previously mentioned articles, that also wasn't remotely grounded in reality, his rep assured Gossip Cop. Basically, there's at least a year's worth of evidence that when it comes to reports about Aniston and Pitt, In Touch is unreliable and not necessarily wedded to the truth.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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