A tabloid claims Jennifer Aniston plans on "confronting her past" in a tell-all interview that will touch on her marriages to Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux, as well as all those baby rumors. But the story is completely made-up. And Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk it.
According to In Touch, the actress wants to do an extensive interview in which she'll discuss her divorces from Pitt and Justin Theroux, her thoughts on Angelina Jolie, the reason why she never had kids and more. A supposed source tells the magazine, "Jen has been doing a lot of soul-searching. It has inspired her to do a sit-down interview, preferably with someone like Oprah Winfrey. Jen has put up so many walls, with friends, family and her fans, and now she's ready to come clean."
The alleged insider further contends that therapy helped Aniston come to the realization that she needs to clear the air as "part of her healing process." When it comes to Pitt, the actress is prepared "to tell the truth" about their divorce and where things stand with him now, says the suspicious source. As for Theroux, the actress will supposedly "spill everything" about what when wrong in their marriage. "This whole process of confronting her past has been a life-changing experience for her," adds the seemingly phony tipster.
The tabloid hides behind an anonymous "source" to sell its phony story, but Gossip Cop reached out to Aniston's spokesperson, who tells us on the record that it's untrue. Despite what the magazine's seemingly imaginary "insider" claims, a rep qualified to speak on the actress's behalf confirms she's not planning a tell-all interview. It should be noted, the unreliable outlet doesn't bother to explain the format of the supposed interview. Will it be on Oprah's podcast, in her magazine or air as a TV special? The tabloid doesn't care to elaborate, and that's because the report is fabricated.
Back in March, Gossip Cop busted the outlet for making up a similar story about Aniston sitting down for a tell-all TV interview about Pitt and Theroux. The premise wasn't true two months ago and it's no more accurate now. Earlier this month, we called out the magazine for falsely claiming Pitt was the one doing a tell-all TV interview about Aniston and Jolie. The publication keeps recycling this narrative and it never pans out.
Meanwhile, Gossip Cop previously called out In Touch's sister publication, Star, for falsely claiming Aniston was writing a tell-all book about her life. No such memoir was ever published. This latest twist on the topic is similarly untrue.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.