A new report claiming Jessica Simpson is "heartbroken" because online "trolls" have been mom-shaming her parenting is a complete fabrication. Gossip Cop can correct this tale, which was made up by a site known for manufacturing phony stories. On the contrary, we're told Simpson "does not care" about the haters.
HollywoodLife, a website that often traffics in falsehoods, has once again published a total lie. According to the repeatedly discredited outlet, "Simpson is bothered and fed up by internet trolls who criticize the way she raises her children." The blog alleges she's "had enough," and is "not happy" with those online who are "constantly calling her out" over how she parents her daughter Maxwell and son Ace.
To lend (fake) credence to its entirely untrue article, HollywoodLies, as it's nicknamed, quotes a so-called "source close to Jessica" as saying she's "heartbroken she's being mom-shamed by haters online giving her a hard time about the way she raises her family." The same almost assuredly concocted "source" adds, "Jessica feels unfairly attacked by strangers who are judging her by a brief snapshot of her children... She feels that all the haters in the world need to get a life."
Here's what's really going on. Shortly after Halloween, Simpson posted a picture of her family dressed up for the holiday. Her husband Eric Johnson went as Waylon Jennings, Simpson crossed-dressed as Willie Nelson, their son was "Cowboy Ace," and the usually blonde Maxwell had brown hair for her costume as Belle from Beauty and the Beast. As anyone could see from the family photo (below), Maxwell couldn't have been happier. But a few online haters went crazy because the little girl had temporary dye in her hair, which seemingly was the impetus for HollywoodLies to manufacture its bogus article about Simpson being "heartbroken" and "not happy" about the Internet criticism.
The truth, however, is that HollywoodLife has been lying about Maxwell ever since the day she was born. In 2012, hours after her birth, Gossip Cop busted the site for having made up a fictitious story about Maxwell being born in a $3,784-per-day deluxe maternity suite at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles. One of the outlet's almost assuredly fabricated sources alleged, "This little girl hasn't even been on Earth for 24 hours and she's already living like royalty!"
That wasn't true, nor is the latest fiction from the same unreliable website. While it maintains Simpson is "heartbroken" because of a few "trolls" mom-shaming her parenting, her rep exclusively assures Gossip Cop, "She does not care." Simpson's spokesman adds that she's far from "heartbroken" because "she knows she is a good parent."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.