A tabloid claims Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have rekindled their romance after the actor sent his ex-wife a series of intimate texts. Gossip Cop can debunk the bogus story. There's simply no truth to it.
According to OK!, the ex-spouses got back together shortly after Pitt attended Aniston's 50th birthday party in February. The magazine further contends that the exes began exchanging friendly texts following the party, but their messages soon took a romantic turn. "They started texting about their past, and what went wrong in the marriage," says an alleged source, adding that Aniston was "shocked" when her ex-husband supposedly wrote, "I never stopped loving you."
"After that, he made Jen a promise that changed everything," adds the questionable insider. "He told her that if she were to take him back, he'd do everything he could to prove to her that he's a changed man." The supposed tipster goes on to say that Pitt apologized for "humiliating her in the past and swore he'd never hurt her again."
"Brad's words won her heart all over again," says the so-called "source," who adds the the exes are keeping their reunion quiet but recently went on a getaway to France together and are planning another trip to San Francisco to check out the art scene. "Things are going so well with Jen that he's talking about introducing her to his kids," adds the seemingly phony insider. "Brad really wants to make this work, and so does Jen."
In addition to the tabloid's story being untrue, it doesn't hold up logically. In the fantasy world of OK!, a person shows they're a "changed man" and repairs years of heartache by sending a few text messages. Only, texting is a fairly informal and impersonal form of communication. Are we to believe all it took for Aniston to take Pitt back was an apology sent via his iPhone? He couldn't even bother to FaceTime?
Meanwhile, the magazine's story is based on claims from an anonymous and untraceable "source," but separate reps for both Pitt and Aniston confirm they haven't rekindled a romance. The tabloid's article is also poorly-timed. Earlier this week, Pitt laughed off rumors of a reconciliation with Aniston after the question was posed by a paparazzo. Also this week, Aniston said in an interview with Harper's Bazaar that she has "zero time" to date and has been entirely focused on work.
It should be noted, Gossip Cop busted OK! in February for falsely claiming Pitt and Aniston met up in Cabo following her birthday. This latest article makes no mention of that (nonexistent) vacation. Last September, the publication came up with an even more ridiculous story about Pitt and Aniston getting married and having a baby. Naturally, this latest report doesn't bother to address that phony scenario. That's because the tabloid is coming up with new narratives as it goes along.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.