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Christina El Moussa does not already want to "marry" new boyfriend Doug Spedding, despite a report from the tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We've learned it's "absolutely not true."

In a purported "exclusive," Life & Style blares, "Christina Wants To Marry Her New Man Despite His Past." A so-called "source" claims to the tabloid that not only is the couple "moving in" together, but "Christina wants to marry Doug." The gossip magazine, however, asserts that's "not such a good idea," due to Spedding's alleged criminal past.

"If Christina thought she was getting out of a bad situation by divorcing her estranged husband and co-star, Tarek El Moussa, she may not understand the controversy surrounding Doug and his numerous runs-in with the law," contends the outlet, which speculates El Moussa doesn't know the full history of Spedding's alleged wrongdoings, despite first meeting "more than a decade ago." "If he did, Christina might have run the other way," the publication asserts.

Suspiciously, though, this article is far more about Spedding and why he's a bad guy than about why El Moussa supposedly wants to marry him. In fact, the aforementioned headline and "source" quote are all that's said on the subject. There's no mention of the fact that El Moussa is still legally married, and no specific details on her alleged desire to remarry.

Could it be that Life & Style just wanted to make its sensational story about El Moussa's new romance seem even more scandalous? This is, after all, the same tabloid that tried to dupe readers last month with a cover story announcing El Mosusa "took back" Tarek, which followed an article about her supposedly wanting to become a model. The magazine has routinely strayed from the truth when it comes to reporting on the "Flip or Flop" star.

Now Gossip Cop is exclusively told it's "absolutely not true" El Moussa has any intention of marrying Spedding at this point. One contact even laughed aloud at the idea. For stories that are laughably wrong, keep reading Life & Style. For accurate real news, stick with Gossip Cop.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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