Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston did not secretly elope in Mexico, despite an absurd tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the bogus story. There's not a shred of truth to it.
"Brad & Jen Say 'I Do' Again!" reads a headline in the latest issue of the Globe. The accompanying report says the ex-spouses secretly got hitched in Mexico last month, and Angelina Jolie is furious about the supposed marriage. An alleged insider tells the magazine that Jolie is accusing her estranged husband of "bigamy" since they aren't legally divorced yet, and she wants to get the "ultimate revenge" by putting him "behind bars."
As widely reported, Aniston's plane was forced to make an emergency landing while en route to Cabo San Lucas a few days after her 50th birthday last month. According to the magazine, the scary incident is what inspired her to walk down the aisle with Pitt again. "She realized that life's short and she could have easily died in a plane crash," says the tabloid's supposed source. "Jen knew then that she had to follow her heart and remarry Brad."
As the story goes, Aniston met up with Pitt in Mexico at some point during her vacation, and "when no one was looking, snuck off and tied the knot in a quickie commitment ceremony." "They'll have a bigger bash for pals later," adds the seemingly nonexistent tipster.
The outlet's ridiculous story is based on claims from an anonymous and untraceable "source," but Gossip Cop reached out to Aniston's rep, who tells us on the record that it's nonsense. The actress and her ex-husband never met up in Mexico at all. It's worth noting, the Globe uses a doctored image on its cover (see above) to make it appear as if Pitt and Aniston were spotted on the beach together. The image was photoshopped.
It must also be mentioned, the unreliable publication changes its phony narratives on a whim. The outlet had spent the past couple of months insisting that Pitt was dating Charlize Theron. Just one month ago, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for falsely claiming Pitt and Theron were having a baby together. After Pitt attended Aniston's 50th birthday party last month, the magazine decided to drop its storyline involving Theron and create a love affair between him and his ex-wife. Neither scenario is true.
Additionally, Gossip Cop called out the magazine in January for making up a story about Aniston adopting a baby girl from a Mexican orphanage. That never happened. The way things are going, however, we fully expect the Globe to try and impregnate the actress with Pitt's baby.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.