George Clooney’s Twins Photos Exploited By HollywoodLife With Made-Up “Exclusive”

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George Clooney Twins Photos HollywoodLife

By Andrew Shuster |

George Clooney Twins Photos HollywoodLife

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HollywoodLife is exploiting the illegally obtained photos of George Clooney’s newborn twins by pretending to have an “exclusive” scoop about the situation. Gossip Cop, however, can expose the webloid’s lies.

As Gossip Cop reported, the first photos of Clooney’s babies were published Friday on the cover of the French magazine Voici. The blurry images showed the actor and his wife Amal carrying the infants at their Lake Como estate in Italy. The pictures were illegally captured by paparazzi who broke onto Clooney’s property, and now the actor plans to sue both the photographers and magazine responsible for releasing pictures of his children.

In a statement furnished to Gossip Cop, Clooney stated, “Over the last week photographers from Voici magazine scaled our fence, climbed our tree and illegally took pictures of our infants inside our home. Make no mistake the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The safety of our children demands it.”

HollywoodLife now purports to have an “exclusive” follow-up regarding the actor’s thoughts on the matter. A supposed “source close to the Clooney family” tells the site, “George feels absolutely furious and violated over the unauthorized photos of his family. He is determined to protect his babies and feels frustrated that his privacy has been infringed upon.” Of course, the actor himself already expressed this sentiment in his statement, so there’s nothing “exclusive” about any of this.

Regardless, a source close to Clooney assures us no on in the actor’s inner circle has spoken to HollywoodLife about the photos of his twins, and the site’s quotes are entirely fabricated. The outlet is simply exploiting a big news story by pretending to have its own insight into the situation, but we’re assured no one in Clooney’s camp has been in contact with HollywoodLies, as it’s known.

Unfortunately, the webloid has made a habit of publishing fake “exclusives” about the actor and his babies since the boy and girl were born last month. Gossip Cop previously busted the site for pretending to know Clooney’s Father’s Day plans. We also corrected the outlet after it wrongly reported Clooney was retiring from acting to become a full-time dad. This latest article is similarly bogus.

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