Scarlett Johansson Marriage NOT ‘On The Rocks,’ Despite Report

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Scarlett Johansson Divorce

By Michael Lewittes |

Scarlett Johansson Divorce

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Scarlett Johansson’s marriage is not “on the rocks,” despite an entirely misguided tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this inaccurate claim. We’re told the story is “totally fabricated.”

According to the repeatedly discredited Star magazine, a “heartbroken” Johansson may be headed for “divorce” because she’s allegedly fighting with her French journalist husband Romain Dauriac about wanting to leave Paris and move back to America. The tabloid claims the actress has “struggled to adjust to life overseas, and when she suggested returning to the U.S., her husband flat-out refused.” A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Scarlett’s never truly felt at home in Paris” and is “miserable” there.

The publication’s supposed “source” further alleges rather dramatically that Johansson “wishes they were living in Los Angeles, but Romain hates Hollywood and everything it stands for.” “If she didn’t have their daughter, Rose,” adds the “source” in unnaturally expository language, “Scarlett would’ve walked out on Romain months ago.”

The tabloid’s story is “totally fabricated,” says Johansson rep, who exclusively tells Gossip Cop, “Their marriage is solid.” We’re further informed that while Johansson and Dauriac divide their time between Paris and New York, they own a home in Los Angeles, but are “barely there, preferring to stay in New York or Paris.”

So basically, nothing in the Star story is true, other than essentially that they have a home in Paris. Frankly, the publication has a rather miserable track record when it comes to Johansson. Before she married Dauriac, Gossip Cop busted the outlet on numerous occasions, including wrongly linking her to artist Domingo Zapata and her Avengers co-star Jeremy Renner. Much like those tall tales, the latest that falsely alleges she may get a divorce from Dauriac because she’s “miserable” living in Paris is similarly untrue.


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