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George Clooney’s Twins Drenched His $5,000 Tuxedo In Milk?

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George Clooney Twins Tuxedo Milk

By Andrew Shuster |

George Clooney Twins Tuxedo Milk

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One of this week’s tabloids has a story about George Clooney’s twins drenching his $5,000 tuxedo in milk. Did such an incident really occur? Gossip Cop looked into the situation and we’ve exclusively learned the truth.

According to the National Enquirer, the actor’s babies recently caused a messy mishap before he headed out to a big awards show. A so-called “source” tells the magazine that Clooney “began whirling around to make the tots chuckle” while putting on his outfit, and then supposedly “handed them brand-new sippy-cup/bottle hybrids, but forgot to tighten the tops.”

The outlet’s alleged insider adds, in very unnatural language, “The kids scored the winning guffaws, because while George had them in stitches as he goofed around the kitchen, his tykes – almost in unison – started swirling their sippies around and ended up drenching daddy’s spanking-new $5,000 tux in splattered milk.” The “source” ends the bizarrely-worded story by saying, “Totally locked into their madcap mood, the twinsies triggered more giggles than daddy had ever done.”

Despite how fake all of the article’s quotes sound, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to the actor, who exclusively tells us the incident described in the magazine simply never happened. Instead, it seems as if the writers at the Enquirer were inspired to concoct this tall tale based on recent comments the actor made. When asked about fatherhood in an interview earlier this year, Clooney joked, “I just have to clean the barf off of my tux. It used to be my barf, but now it’s the twins’ barf. So it all works out.” The tabloid’s story is just a made-up variation on the theme.

Also, this isn’t the first time the outlet has published a bogus report surrounding the actor being doused in liquid by his children. Gossip Cop recently busted the publication for falsely claiming that Clooney’s baby boy peed in his face during a diaper change. This latest article is more nonsense from the repeatedly discredited magazine.


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