Although the pregnancy rumors have pretty well come to a halt regarding Jennifer Aniston ever since the actress voiced her frustrations about always being a target of such fabrications, it seems the tabloids continue to make her relationship with hubby Justin Theroux a subject of rumors.
You can actually watch Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux fall for each other: https://t.co/pduXRSzgc9 pic.twitter.com/hnXeGQxfaWThe latest rumor claim that the Office Christmas Party star is heading for a divorce from Theroux, and the two will make the announcement of their split by the new year. Life & Style is the culprit in perpetuating this fabrication, and Gossip Cop sets the record straight as to what is truth and what is all fiction
— POPSUGAR (@POPSUGAR) December 13, 2016
"According to Life & Style, Theroux and Aniston have been fighting over a myriad of issues, including disagreements over starting a family, his friendships with other women and spending time apart. A so-called 'source' tells the magazine, 'There will be a divorce announcement by the end of the year. The marriage is over, and it's going to be Jen's worst Christmas ever.'"The "insider" for the publication goes on to allege that the couple now rarely see each other due to their busy work schedules, but that when they do, Aniston makes "catty jokes about Justin's unreliability." Additionally, the unreliable source states that the couple has big arguments over children, which Aniston would like to have via a surrogate. Theroux is said to be "vehemently against the idea."
Jennifer Aniston says husband Justin Theroux is the life of the party: "People are very bummed when he's not there." https://t.co/ORZrjLfIvU pic.twitter.com/FlXnBRAFMEThe source also notes that the actress is "resentful" of Justin's amicable nature with his ex-girlfriend, Heidi Bivens, as well as his friendship with Amy Sedaris. GC states the words of the mistaken source.
— HELLO! US (@hellomagUS) December 6, 2016
"Justin pretty much lives the life of a carefree, single man, with intermittent days of marriage. And she's often left feeling insecure and disregarded… It's going to be the worst holiday season ever for Jen," alleges the magazine's ill-informed tipster.The gossip policing site checked with sources close to the couple, who assure that the publication's narrative about the pending split is completely "false."
" We're told the couple's marriage is going strong, and this latest split claim is entirely made-up. Unfortunately, we're not surprised by the publication's latest tall tale. Gossip Cop recently busted Life & Style for wrongly reporting Aniston and Theroux's marriage was 'crumbling.' There was no truth to the story then, and it's no more accurate now."Aniston has battled the constant rumor mill over the years. As noted, the majority of the falsities revolved around pregnancies and relationship turmoil. Although Jen has been less of a target for baby bump rumors lately, she still has made tabloid headlines for other ridiculous rumors such as one which stated that she and former co-star Lisa Kudrow are feuding. This rumor was also debunked as completely false. Jennifer and Lisa are still close pals, just as they are with Courteney Cox.
Aniston is currently starring in the comical film, Office Christmas Party, which has earned great reviews since its premiere. Prior to this film, Jen had a run starring in unpopular films, so it is likely welcome for the star that she has finally been a part of a hit film. It's clear that a perfect world for Aniston would be to continue starring in successful movies and for the tabloids to let her be. Her words in an essay she penned for the Huffington Post earlier this year makes this fact evident.
"For the record, I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up. I'm fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of 'journalism,' the 'First Amendment' and 'celebrity news.' Every day my husband and I are harassed by dozens of aggressive photographers staked outside our home who will go to shocking lengths to obtain any kind of photo, even if it means endangering us or the unlucky pedestrians who happen to be nearby. But setting aside the public safety aspect, I want to focus on the bigger picture of what this insane tabloid ritual represents to all of us."[Featured Image by Mike Windle/Getty Images for The Critics' Choice Awards]