Did Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx go public because a "love contract" with Tom Cruise ended? A report is alleging the actress was prohibited from dating until the supposed agreement expired. Gossip Cop, however, can bust the story and reveal the truth.
This article, which comes from OK! Australia, is filled with falsehoods and mistakes. Its impetus is the recent pre-Grammys party, where Holmes and Foxx sat together. The tabloid claims they "packed on the PDAs in front of stars" like Beyonce and John Legend. In actuality, they merely sat side by side, engaged in conversation and laughs. There was no kissing or anything else to support the "PDA" contention. In another flub, the gossip magazine maintains Foxx's "close friend Claudia Johnson let the cat out of the bag" about their romance in 2016. She is not a "close friend," which is why she later apologized for speaking out of turn, and her last name is actually Jordan, not "Johnson."
From there, the Aussie outlet alleges Holmes and Foxx embraced "secrecy" because of a "$6.6 million contract with her ex husband... that prevented her from 'publicly dating another man for five years after the divorce' was finalized in 2012." A so-called "source" is quoted as saying, "Katie wanted out of the marriage so badly, she agreed to the terms." That's actually an old quote taken from a discredited 2016 report from RadarOnline.
Not only did Gossip Cop bust that story at the time, but in 2017, we also explained how the alleged Homes-Cruise "dating ban" is an untrue myth. Yet it is now being used as the purported reason why she and Foxx were seen together in September and why they had their "first public date" at the aforementioned Grammys gala. The publication even speculates that "'wedding bells" could be "next," with the almost assuredly fictional "source" insisting they're "very serious." The questionable insider even claims Holmes' daughter Suri "wants them to all have days out and holidays together."
But while Holmes' kid has met Foxx, they haven't spent much time together. And on the subject of holidays, People reported earlier this week, "It's not the kind of relationship where they spend every holiday together." In addition, the respected magazine also revealed that Holmes was "uncomfortable" with attention on her and Foxx at the Grammy party, as this "wasn't a big public debut for them."
Contrary to what the Australian tabloid wants readers to believe, they are not "very serious" and a wedding is not on the horizon. And their time at the Grammys bash, or any other place they may be seen together, has nothing to do with Cruise. The situation remains just as Gossip Cop has previously said: Holmes and Foxx have a casual dynamic where they see each other they can. That's all there is to it.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.