Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx did not split, despite a new report falsely claiming the actress dumped the actor. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the breakup rumor. We're told it's simply not true.
The latest issue of OK! says Holmes ended her relationship with Foxx over several different factors, including his refusal to go public with their romance and his commitment issues. An alleged "insider" tells the magazine that the actress believed their dynamic would change after they were photographed holding hands on the beach last year, but Foxx "still seems reluctant to show the world how much he cares about her."
The final straw, according to the suspicious source, came last week when Foxx was spotted grabbing lunch with Kristin Grannis, the mother of his 8-year-old daughter Annalise. "Katie felt humiliated when she saw the photos of Jamie and his ex," says the questionable tipster. "Katie has felt betrayed by Jamie over and over again... It's hard for her to trust him."
The unreliable magazine claims another reason that Holmes dumped Foxx is because she's looking out for the best interests of her 11-year-old daughter Suri. "After his recent antics, it's getting harder for her to see a future with him, and she needs to put herself and her child first," says the supposed source. "She's done a fantastic job raising her daughter, and she doesn't need a man to be happy."
Gossip Cop, however, has learned that this is all inaccurate. While reps for both Holmes and Foxx would not get into the nitty gritty of their romance, both confirmed to us that the nature of their private relationship has not changed. As we've also noted and backed-up by People, Holmes and Foxx's relationship has always been such that they "see each other and go out together" when their schedules sync up, but they also have their own separate live and their romance is not nearly as serious as often portrayed. Regardless, Holmes hasn't dumped the actor, and the tabloid's take on their relationship is entirely wrong.
Since Holmes and Foxx stay secretive about their romance, the tabloids decide to create their own narratives about the pair. Gossip Cop recently busted OK! for wrongly reporting that the two were buying a $30 million townhouse in New York City. We also called out the publication last year for falsely claiming that the actor and actress were getting married and having a baby. In both those instances, their reps spoke to Gossip Cop, while the tabloid hid behind or relied on unnamed sources. The magazine clearly has very little insight into the relationship between the stars.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.