Jennifer Aniston is not writing a "blockbuster tell-all" about her life, despite a bogus tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the claim. We've learned it's false.
According to RadarOnline, the actress has been fielding offers to tell her life story in a "sensational autobiography" that will "make her a fortune." An alleged insider tells the blog, "This would be Jen's chance to set the record straight about so many aspects of her life that have been badly conveyed or misunderstood."
The site goes on to say that Aniston's dating history and love life will be a major topic in the book, specifically her failed marriages to Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux. "It wouldn't be anything salacious or unpleasant, because that's not Jen's style and never would be," adds the questionable source. "But she figures that if anyone's going to put together a definite portrait of her life then it may as well be her."
This premise isn't true and it's cropped up many times before. Last year, Gossip Cop busted the blog's sister publication, Star, for falsely claiming that Aniston was writing a tell-all book that could earn her as much as $11 million. The actress's rep exclusively told us at the time, "Jen has never wanted to write a memoir, and we have continuously made that clear every time gossip magazines have fabricated this story." Aniston's opinion on the matter hasn't changed.
It's worth noting, RadarOnline has come up with different variations on this theme. Earlier this year, Gossip Cop called out the site for wrongly reporting that Theroux was writing a "scathing tell-all" about Aniston. The article alleged that the actor was planning to expose all of his estranged wife's darkest secrets. Of course, no book was released and Theroux isn't in the process of writing one.
Also earlier this year, Gossip Cop debunked a tabloid story claiming Aniston was doing a tell-all interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." That never happened either. The gossip media enjoys recycling this "tell-all" narrative, whether it's in the form of a book or TV interview. These countless articles never pan out, especially in the case of Aniston, who's fairly private when it comes to her personal life.
Regardless, Gossip Cop once again checked in with Aniston's spokesperson, who confirms this latest report is more nonsense. The actress still has zero desire or plans to write a memoir, despite the blog's baseless claim otherwise.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.