A new story claiming Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston got married and plan to adopt a baby is completely made-up. Gossip Cop can correct this fake news, which is making the rounds online. We're told it's "false."
According to New Idea, just weeks after Aniston split from Justin Theroux, she's "wasted no time in sharing vows with another man," namely her ex-husband Pitt. In the absurd report, a so-called "source" is quoted as telling the magazine, "Jen and Brad are done with hiding and really wanted to do something major to show that they're together and are committed to making it work once and for all." The outlet's supposed "insider" maintains, "They decided to walk down the aisle and have a commitment ceremony to one another with just their inner circle present" The tabloid asserts the wedding took place in the Caribbean island of Anguilla on a "small, quiet beach."
The publication's seemingly manufactured "source" contends Aniston "wore a simple white linen slip dress and no shoes," while Pitt wore "white shorts and an open white shirt" to what was termed a "simple" and "very intimate" ceremony. "They're now back to calling one another husband and wife," adds the alleged tipster. And if that weren't ridiculous enough, the tabloid further claims Aniston and Pitt are "already working on adopting a baby." "Brad is very excited about Jen's baby news, especially as he rarely gets to see his own kids anymore because of his custody battle with Ange," concludes the outlet's questionable "insider."
Let Gossip Cop set the record straight. As we've pointed out on numerous occasions, Pitt and Aniston are not getting back together. And they most assuredly did not tie the knot in Anguilla or even on Fantasy Island. Nor are they planning to adopt a child. It's all a series of outrageous lies.
Of course, there are no photos of this nonexistent wedding, despite Pitt and Aniston being among the most photographed celebrities in the world. No one vacationing or in customs in Anguilla has noted anything on social media about seeing either of them on the Caribbean island. And naturally, the outlet has zero specifics about the supposed nuptials, including when they allegedly took place. The reality is Pitt and Aniston haven't even been in touch with one another for a very long time.
Despite how utterly insane the story is, Gossip Cop still fact-checks every article. Aniston's rep tells us the report is "false," while a Pitt's spokesperson laughed off the crazy tale. Incredibly, The Inquisitr picked up the bogus cover story, didn't bother to check whether it was true or not, and instead spread this fake news.
Sadly, we're not remotely surprised by this latest piece of fiction from New Idea. Earlier this month, for instance, Gossip Cop corrected the magazine when it falsely claimed Pitt and Aniston were planning to have an Oscars date to get revenge on Angelina Jolie. And before that, we busted the same publication when it wrongly maintained Pitt was having a baby with Charlotte Casiraghi. Of course, the tabloid doesn't mention anything about Pitt supposedly having a child with the Monaco-born royal in its new fabricated article about him marrying Aniston and adopting a child with her. Apparently, the outlet can't keep track of all its tall tales.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.