HollywoodLife has published a new report claiming to exclusively know all about Angelina Jolie’s dating plans, but the details of the story are entirely bogus. Gossip Copcan expose this fake news.
“Angelina Jolie: When She’ll Be Ready For A Serious Relationship After Brad Pitt Split,” reads a new headline on the repeatedly discredited website. The accompanying article purports to have “the scoop” on the status of the actress’s love life in the wake of her divorce. A supposed “source” tells the webloid, “Angelina has been pretty much a full-time mom, which she loves. Angelina is really enjoying being single again, and says she is in no hurry to get into a serious relationship with anybody.”
Brad Pitt is not writing a tell-all about Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston, despite a report. Gossip Cop is told that a new tabloid cover story announcing such a book is made up. The claim comes from In Touch, which blares on its new cover, “Brad’s Tell-All On Angie & Jen.” The front of the issue teases that this supposed “$10 million book” will include “explosive, unfiltered & intimate details of both marriages.” That allegedly includes admissions about “Angelina’s jealous rages & relentless attacks,” as well as a “shocking confession about Jen.”
“After years of brutal self-reflection, Brad Pitt is confessing all about his marriages to Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston in a bombshell book,” contends the tabloid. A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Brad’s been writing his thoughts, feelings and memories in a journal as he heals [from the split with Jolie], and he’s decided to turn it into a confessional tell-all book about self-realization.” And an “insider” claims to the gossip magazine, “The tell-all is going to be explosive, very intimate and unfiltered.”
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s family therapists did NOT “tell all,” despite a sensational report. Gossip Cop can bust the misleading story, which comes from the tabloids. A headline in the new issue of In Touch announces, “Brad vs. Angelina: The Family Therapists Tell All.”
The wording is meant to make readers think the counselors have spoken out publicly, and the magazine has an “exclusive” with all the details. But most of the information in the accompanying story was seemingly made up.
No therapist connected to Jolie and Pitt’s family has told “all” or made any kind of public comment. The outlet knows this full-well, which is why its article is actually just filled with speculation about what the therapists could possibly write in their official reports. And those reports, mind you, will be sealed and remain confidential.