Victoria Beckham Jealous Of Chloe Grace Moretz Stealing Son Brooklyn?

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By Andrew Shuster |

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Victoria Beckham is not jealous of Chloe Grace Moretz supposedly stealing her son Brooklyn away from her, despite a ridiculous tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this story. A rep for the former Spice Girl assures us it’s false.

According to Star, Victoria isn’t happy that her 19-year-old boy is spending all of his free time with his girlfriend. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Victoria feels like she’s been replaced as the No. 1 woman in his life.” The alleged insider further claims that the fashion designer was very upset about Brooklyn missing her New York Fashion Week show last month to instead celebrate Mortez’s birthday in Los Angeles.

“She was so hurt that Brooklyn chose Chloe over her,” adds the questionable tipster. “They had a big blowup about it, and Brooklyn told his mom to butt out of his life. He’s sick of being treated like a child.” Despite what the outlet’s anonymous and seemingly phony source says, Victoria’s spokesperson exclusively tells Gossip Cop there’s no truth to the tabloid’s report. The fashion designer isn’t at all disturbed by her son’s relationship.

Additionally, Moretz recently told Us Weekly that she “gets along very well” with Brooklyn’s parents. The actress noted that she’s particularly fond of Victoria, saying, “I think she’s one of the most incredible, important, smart, sophisticated businesswomen and mothers that I’ve ever met.” Moretz went on to describe her boyfriend’s mom as “a real beautiful person.” There’s clearly no drama between the women in Brooklyn’s life.

Also, Star consistently targets the teenage Beckham with fake news. Gossip Cop recently busted the magazine for wrongly reporting that Brooklyn was dropping out of college because he was unable to make friends. The teen is still enrolled at New York City’s Parsons School of Design. Shortly before that, the publication made a up a story about Brooklyn’s parents giving him thousands of dollars to go clubbing if he gets good grades.

Meanwhile, Star’s sister outlet, OK!, falsely claimed in 2016 that Brooklyn was planning to propose to Moretz. The couple hasn’t gotten engaged in the nearly two years since that article was published. This latest report roping Victoria into her son’s relationship is more lies.