Jennifer Aniston “Money Trouble” Claim NOT True

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Jennifer Aniston Money Trouble

By Shari Weiss |

Jennifer Aniston Money Trouble

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Jennifer Aniston is NOT having “money trouble,” despite a report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the story.

“Money Trouble! Jennifer Aniston Strapped For Cash After Latest Box Office Flops, Pals Claim,” reads a headline from RadarOnline, which dramatically asks, “Can her career be saved?” The story alleges Aniston is “in the middle of a cash-flow crisis,” writing that “although the 47-year-old actress is worth $130 million on paper, her string of movie flops and work hiatus have contributed to a cash shortfall. Now, desperate Aniston has all her hopes for a much-needed hit riding on her flick Office Christmas Party, which rolls out in December.”

A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “Jen’s in dire need of a payday, and there’s a huge amount riding on this film being a success. Her most recent movies — Life of Crime, She’s Funny That Way and Cake — all lost money at the box office and it’s gotten Jen super-stressed.”

The site goes on to claim Aniston is “haunted by her poor reception at the box office.” Says the outlet’s alleged tipster, “She’s starting to wonder if she’s cursed, particularly when her rivals like Sandra Bullock and even Melissa McCarthy are doing better than ever with their numbers.” The snitch even adds that Aniston may “have to lean on Justin’s paycheck to keep the bills paid,” which RadarOnline speculates “could further strain her already rocky marriage to ‘The Leftovers’ hunk.”

Of course, Aniston and husband Justin Theroux don’t have a “rocky marriage,” but that’s not what the webloid wants readers to believe. In fact, the anti-Aniston outlet peddled a similar article about a “career crisis” back in May. And in July, the site insisted Aniston was pregnant.

That tells you everything you need to know about RadarOnline and its Aniston “insiders.” They’re clueless. There’s no “money trouble.” This is just a webloid that has trouble telling the truth. A rep for the star exclusively tells Gossip Cop, “It’s complete nonsense. Actors get paid when the film is made, not when it’s released.”

The spokesperson further notes, “And isn’t it silly that this story comes out the same week she is named [one of] the top 5 highest earning actresses by Forbes? Who would you believe Forbes or RadarOnline?” Touché!

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