Jennifer Aniston is not launching a "designer denim line," despite a new report that was made out of whole cloth. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabricated claim. We're told it's not true and "totally made-up.
According to RadarOnline, in the wake of her split from Justin Theroux, Aniston plans to enter the fashion industry by launching her very own denim line. The website further asserts the clothing company will quickly "make her a billionaire." An unnamed and possibly manufactured "source" tells the blog how Aniston has always "relied on stylists," and never imagined that she would be a fashion designer, but her "reps are leaning on her" to come up with "something big and splashy," and after some convincing the former "Friends" star has "decided to go for it."
So what will her label look like? The often discredited site maintains Aniston will seek inspiration from her own "classic look." Its anonymous and purposefully untraceable "informant" asserts the actress is ready to create a "brand of jeans" because her own "collection of denim is legendary and timeless."
The main impetus for the already rich star to go into the clothing business, contends the outlet, is money. The unidentifiable tipster claims Aniston agreed to the denim line thanks to the "promise that she'll become a billionaire" in just one year. After rolling our her jeans, which the site notes she looks "fabulous" in, the film and TV star will "expand to accessories."
While it's true that Aniston does look "fabulous" in jeans (and a variety of other clothes), everything else in the article is fiction. Noticeably, RadarOnline doesn't mention anything about who promised the actress she'll become a billionaire from her denim collection or even who's funding the label. Nor does the outlet reveal anything about where the jeans will supposedly be manufactured or sold. And the reason for the lack of those details and many others is that, even though it's easy for the site to make up claims, it's nearly impossible for it to back up those falsehoods.
Interestingly, one of the very few specifics in the story is the blog's contention that it was Aniston's "reps" who are pushing her dive into the fashion business. That's why Gossip Cop went directly to her longtime rep. As opposed to the blog's no-named and seemingly concocted sources, Aniston's spokesperson told us on the record the entire jeans report is "totally made-up."
Unfortunately, we're not surprised by the latest article since we're constantly correcting that site. We recently ripped the outlet, for example, for untruthfully maintaining Aniston was reuniting with Brad Pitt because she was spotted at George Cooney's house in Italy, where she was filming the Netflix comedy Murder Mystery. That was a lie, and so is the last story. Frankly: Many of that outlet's claims are like a bad pair of jeans: You can try to wiggle around them, but ultimately they just don't fit.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.