Jamie Foxx recently bought a house in Los Angeles for his ex-girlfriend Kristin Grannis and their 10-year-old daughter Annalise. A tabloid is trying to sensationalize the situation by insisting the actor is somehow "two-timing" Katie Holmes by supposedly purchasing the home "behind her back." The story is completely ridiculous.
According to the National Enquirer, Foxx isn't "committed" to his relationship with Holmes simply because he bought a house for his ex and their daughter. The logic here isn't exactly sound, but the magazine maintains the actor is "playing games" with the actress. In reality, he's making sure his daughter has a place to live.
Still, an alleged insider tells the magazine that Holmes' friends are concerned with "how close" Grannis' new home is to the actor's mansion. The outlet further speculates that Holmes and her 12-year-old daughter Suri "are sure to be upset" upon seeing Foxx "playing the part of a happy family man with another woman and child of almost the same age." It should be stressed, we're talking about Foxx's own child here.
The tabloid's story is flat-out ludicrous. Foxx purchased a home for his daughter, whose mother happens to be his ex. The actor isn't exactly running around buying houses for all of his former lovers. The idea he's sneaking around or acting shadily by putting a roof over his daughter's head is absurd. Would the Enquirer prefer if Foxx's ex and their daughter were homeless?
Just a few days ago, Holmes and Foxx were spotted grabbing ice cream in Los Angeles along with the actor's older daughter, Corinne. The couple was photographed smiling and holding hands during the outing, and at one point the actor and his daughter shared a hug. Not only is it clear Foxx and Holmes' relationship is going strong, but the actress obviously has no issue with the actor being a doting dad to his kids. The suggestion otherwise is baseless.
Of course, we're not surprised by the tabloid's bogus story. The Enquirer has already proven to have zero insight into the couple's romance. A few months ago, Gossip Cop busted the outlet for wrongly reporting that Holmes and Foxx were getting married in Paris. That clearly hasn't happened. In addition to never tying the knot overseas, the couple isn't even engaged.
Prior to that, Gossip Cop called out the magazine for falsely claiming Holmes and Foxx had split over the actress's supposed fear of Scientologists coming after them. The tabloid's latest report about the couple is similarly untrue, and it's also totally nonsensical.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.