Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes' relationship is frequently the subject of false tabloids stories. Gossip Cop has debunked many bogus stories about the couple. Here are five wrong rumors.
Just last week, Gossip Cop busted Star for falsely claiming the couple was splitting following months of nonstop fighting. Two of the major issues between the pair were said to be the actor's friendship with his First Man co-star, Claire Foy, and his supposed refusal to have a third child. The magazine further contended that Gosling and Mendes were headed for a custody battle over their two young daughters. Earlier this month, however, Gosling and Mendes were spotted in shopping for flowers on Valentine's Day, proving they're still very much together.
Last month, Gossip Cop called out NW for wrongly reporting that Gosling and Mendes had been "living separate lives" for more than a year. According to the outlet, the two had nothing in common and hardly spent any time together. But just weeks before the phony story was published, Gosling and Mendes were spotted hiking in Los Angeles with their two kids. And far from "living separate lives" for more than a year, Gosling and Mendes were spotted house hunting in Pasadena last April.
Last June, Gossip Cop debunked an OK! story about the couple expecting twins. The tabloid maintained that the actress was pregnant with a baby boy and girl following a string of IVF treatments. A source close to the couple, who wasn't able to speak on the record, assured us last year that Mendes wasn't expecting. Eight months later, it's clear the actress was never pregnant with one child, let alone two.
Gossip Cop busted the Enquirer in October 2017 for alleging Gosling had dumped Mendes over her so-called "jealous streak and reclusive behavior." The outlet further contended that the actor had moved out of the Los Angeles home he shares with his girlfriend and their two children. The phony story was poorly-timed. Just days before it emerged, Gosling and Mendes were spotted holding hands at a "Saturday Night Live" afterparty following his gig hosting the sketch show.
And finally, Gossip Cop called out Star in March 2017 for falsely claiming Gosling and Mendes were splitting over the actor's La La Land co-star Emma Stone. The publication said Mendes was "consumed with jealousy" over her boyfriend's closeness with his co-star, and it had led to a "blowout fight" that resulted in the actor storming out of their house. This was just one of several bogus articles about Stone supposedly tearing the couple apart. The fictional love triangle only existed in the fantasy world created by the tabloids. Gosling and Mendes are still very much together.
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