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Angelina Jolie “Rethinking” Brad Pitt Divorce?

Angelina Jolie is NOT “rethinking” her divorce from Brad Pitt, despite a report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the story, which was seemingly fabricated.


On Friday evening, HollywoodLife published an “exclusive” (cough) headlined, “Angelina Jolie Rethinking Brad Pitt Divorce? — Misses ‘Seeing Him Every Day.'” It’s said in the accompanying story, “After battling it out in a nasty divorce with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie ‘may be having second thoughts’ about leaving him. It turns out the gorgeous actress ‘didn’t realize how much she would miss him.’”

According to the repeatedly discredited webloid, Jolie “could be having cold feet when it comes to pulling the plug on her marriage.” A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “The kids can’t stop talking about him and asking questions, which is bugging Angie but also making her miss Brad. Angelina may even be having second thoughts about leaving Brad.”
Angelina Jolie “Rethinking” Brad Pitt Divorce?
The site and its alleged tipster go on to hedge their bets on what may happen next. “She is a long way from calling off the divorce, but is no longer in a rush to get everything finalized,” claims the outlet’s supposed snitch. “Angelina didn’t realize how much she would miss him but now that Brad is out of her daily life, she misses his sense of humor and seeing him everyday.”

HollywoodLies then refers to another “exclusive” (ahem), in which a “source” said there’s a “glimmer of hope” in regards to a reconciliation. None of this, however, is accurate. In fact, it was likely all manufactured.

Gossip Cop is exclusively told by an ACTUAL, RELIABLE Jolie source that it’s 100 percent “not true” she is “rethinking” the divorce. On the contrary, she is determined to move forward. Gossip Cop already pointed out how HollywoodLife is making up Pitt stories. It seems clear the bad blog is making up Jolie ones, too.
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