Dakota Johnson NOT A “Diva” On ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Set, Despite Report

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By Michael Lewittes |

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Dakota Johnson was not a “diva” on the set of Fifty Shades Freed, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this dispersion. We’re told there’s “no truth” to the claim.

According to RadarOnline, Johnson was such a “diva,” the production turned to her mother Melanie Griffith for help. An alleged “source” tells repeatedly disproven website, “She was out of control. It was incredible.” The same seemingly fake “source” continues, “The producer called Melanie Griffith and asked her to speak to Dakota about her bad behavior.”

“It’s so bad that [co-star] Jamie [Dornan] doesn’t speak to Dakota anymore. All of the people working on Fifty Shades are very happy this was the last installment of the trilogy,” adds the almost assuredly fabricated “source. The iffy outlet then notes that Fifty Shades Freed, the final film in the trilogy, “has reportedly wrapped.”

How was Johnson a “diva”? The often discredited site doesn’t mention. How was she “out of control” and what type of “bad behavior” did she exhibit? Again, the habitually wrong outlet doesn’t say. Which “producer” allegedly phoned Griffith to complain about her daughter. Once more, the blog doesn’t seem to know. In fact, the outlet is so clueless that it writes Fifty Shades Freed “has reportedly wrapped.”

If RadarOnline actually had a “source,” they would know for sure whether or not filming is over. (It is, and the movie is currently in post-production.) Additionally, the unreliable site would offer at least one example of how Johnson was supposedly a “diva” and “out of control.” And it would name the producer who purportedly called Griffith. The reason the site has no specifics or answers is because Gossip Cop is told the entire article is inaccurate.

Too bad for the outlet that Gossip Cop has a mutual friend in both Griffith and Johnson. And guess what? Our impeccable insider tells us, “There is no truth” to the website’s article, and “no one called” Griffith.

We’re not surprised at all. A couple of years ago, the same blog falsely maintained that Johnson and Jake Gyllenhaal were dating. That too was a lie. If anything, the blog should turn fifty shades of red because of its bad reporting.