Katie Holmes Did NOT “Tear” Apart Liev Schreiber And Naomi Watts, Despite Claim

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Katie Holmes did not “tear” apart Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can correct this outlandish claim. We’re told there’s “no truth” to the story.

According to the National Enquirer, Watts dumped the “Ray Donovan” star “over his outrageously flirty on-set behavior” with the actress, whom the tabloid refers to as “Holmes-wrecker.” The publication alleges Watts was annoyed that Schreiber was “always dallying with the hot women who were his co-stars.” “It drove her up the wall! And the worst was Katie Holmes,” claims the magazine’s so-called “source.”

The outlet’s supposed “source” further contends, “[Schreiber] used to come home from the set bragging about the steamy scenes he’d had that day with Katie. It made Naomi furious.” “Naomi was constantly harping on Liev for loving his sizzling sex scenes a little too much,” adds the alleged insider. And despite Watts and Schreiber publicly stating that after 11 years and two kids together they were splitting up with “great love, respect, and friendship,” the tabloid asserts the Australian actress is “still mad over Liev’s infatuation with Katie.”

Gossip Cop looked into the publication’s story, and a source close to Holmes tells us there’s “no truth” to the claim. Additionally, Schreiber’s rep assures us the tabloid’s tale is “absolutely false.” Holmes and Schreiber are friends and were colleagues, but they were never “flirty” off-camera while shooting “Ray Donovan.”

Of course, Gossip Cop has corrected dozens of Enquirer stories about the brunette actress, including a doozy a few months ago that alleged Holmes was secretly married to Jamie Foxx. Much like that wholly inaccurate article, the latest one which drags her into Schreiber and Watts’ breakup is also 100 percent wrong.


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