Jennifer Aniston did not "attack" Justin Theroux, despite an alarmingly wrong report from the tabloids. There was no "vicious 'fight to end all fights.'" Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this untrue story.
According to scandal-mongers at the National Enquirer, a "beserk" Aniston "attacked" her husband "as their two-year marriage exploded in an ugly swirl of jealousy, lies and cheating." The couple allegedly "erupted in a face-to-face showdown" and had a "vicious bust-up" at their home earlier this month. "Things spiraled out of control, and Jen flipped out," a so-called "source" is quoted as saying.
"She came at Justin really hard. It was a tongue-lashing of epic proportions," claims the gossip magazine's supposed snitch, who asserts, "It was best for both of them that Justin remove himself from the situation before it got physical." Yet the outlet still used "attacks" in its headline to initially deceive readers into thinking there was a violent altercation.
The publication goes on to allege that Theroux stayed at The Beverly Hills Hotel to "avoid" being at home with Aniston. Another purported "source" maintains, "Justin's told people that Jen went too far, and he's not going back." A different alleged "source" also asserts, "They've been skipping out on their holiday traditions, and their annual tree-trimming party was mysteriously canceled this year." And a supposed "pal" similarly contends, "The word is they called off their annual tree-trimming party because they can't show the united front they have in the past."
While it's alleged Theroux "told people" that "he's not going back" to his wife after a supposed "frenzied feud," he and Aniston are currently in Mexico on a New Year's vacation, which is one of their holiday traditions. And contrary to the claims of the tabloid's alleged and unidentified "source," a rep for Aniston further tells Gossip Cop on the record that the magazine's report is "complete bull," and points out, "They indeed had their annual tree-trimming party this year, so again they are wrong."
The outlet, of course, has been wrong about the actress a lot over the years, including with a fabricated miscarriage story just over a year ago. Frankly, Gossip Cop wouldn't blame Aniston if she wanted to "attack" the National Enquirer for all of its lies about her. Update: While Theroux and Aniston announced in February 2018 that they were separating, we've been assured by her rep once again that there was no "attack" in the past.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.