Justin Theroux Did NOT Warn Brad Pitt To Stay Away From Jennifer Aniston, Despite Report

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By Michael Lewittes |

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Justin Theroux did not warn Brad Pitt to stay away from Jennifer Aniston, despite a manufactured report. Gossip Cop can correct this untruth. It’s simply false.

According to the repeatedly discredited Celeb Dirty Laundry, Theroux is “warning” Pitt to keep his distance from Aniston with a “new explosive message.” The webloid then notes how Theroux posted on Instagram a photo of a “graffiti wall that explicitly said ‘F*ck Brad Pitt.’” The site goes on to contend that “this is Justin’s way of telling Brad to back off from his wife.”

Of course, the outlet intentionally left out that the graffiti, painted by artist Nick Flatt, was behind a picture of a gagging woman with a finger in her throat, along with many other phrases, including “F*ck racism,” “F*ck war,” and “F*ck NSA.” Theroux, who was seemingly unaware of the “F*ck Brad Pitt” scribble, which was buried among dozens and dozens of other messages, such as “F*ck Facebook” and “F*ck light beer,” simply commented on the photo to state, “#currentelectionmood.” After a number of outlets wrong claimed Theroux was dissing Pitt, he returned to Instagram to write on his caption, “NOT’shading’anyone.”

Still, CDL used its misinformation about the graffiti to further concoct a series of unrelated and disjointed claims. The disreputable webloid next alleged Theroux and Aniston “got into a nasty fight over her possibly communicating with Brad Pitt again.” Then, it went on to absurdly contend Theroux is “infuriated with knowing that his wife might possibly be in love with her ex-husband.”

Gossip Cop is having a hard time deciding where to start when correcting this collection of lies. One, Theroux is not “warning” Pitt to stay away from Aniston. Two, the actress is not in contact with her ex-husband, and therefore for there was no “nasty fight” over it. And three, Aniston is not “in love with her ex-husband.” Every single contention by the untrustworthy site is an unsubstantiated fabrication.

If Gossip Cop didn’t know better, we would have thought the outlet was a parody site. Sadly, it’s not. It just churns out manufactured claims. Among the made-up stories CDL previously published was that Aniston was trying to make Theroux look like Pitt. Another doozy Gossip Cop busted was the crazily fabricated tale that Theroux was using Pitt’s divorce from Angelina Jolie to promote The Girl On The Train. Much like those reports, the current one involving Pitt, Theroux and Aniston is also beyond untrue.

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