HollywoodLife is once again pretending to have "exclusive" knowledge about George Clooney's parenting skills. The webloid's latest bogus report is about the actor's "magic touch" with his twins, but the story is entirely made-up. Gossip Cop can expose this fake news.
The repeatedly discredited site quotes an alleged "source" as saying the actor "is such a natural parent," adding, "After all the years he protested that he wasn't cut out for parenthood, it's mind blowing how good he is. George is so patient and calm around the babies, even when they've been on an hour-long crying tear!" The outlet's dubious insider adds, "When he picks the babies up they immediately calm down," and then further claims the actor's wife Amal is amazed by his prowess with their kids.
The site's seemingly phony source goes on to provide other supposedly "exclusive" details, such as that the couple is "beyond tired." Of course, this applies to all new parents. The "insider" continues, "Sometimes they feel like zombies they're so tired, but they wouldn't change their new life for all the money in the world. George really didn't think he could be this happy and content, it's like his whole life has been preparation for being a dad." Once again, there's nothing remotely "exclusive" or revelatory about any of this.
Although this story isn't negative or malicious, it isn't real either. Gossip Cop is assured by a source close to the actor that no one in his trusted inner circle is in contact with HollywoodLies, as it's known. The webloid has simply concocted fake quotes under the guise of having "exclusive" insight into Clooney's personal life, but it's all made-up. But considering how HollywoodLife spent the week exploiting the illegally obtained photos of Clooney's twins, we're not surprised by the site's latest ruse.
As Gossip Cop reported, a French magazine published photos of Clooney's twins on Friday after paparazzi jumped the fence of his Lake Como estate, prompting the actor to threaten a lawsuit. Shortly after, Gossip Cop called out HollywoodLife for falsely claiming to have an "exclusive" follow-up regarding the actor's thoughts on the matter. The webloid then created an article about Clooney being terrified for the safety of his twins, but the quotes were completely fabricated. This latest phony article is yet another example of HollywoodLife's deceptive practices.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.