Angelina Jolie Halloween Plans Made Up By HollywoodLife
A new report claiming to know how Angelina Jolie and her six children are “embracing” Halloween is entirely made-up. Gossip Cop can correct this fabrication.
According to the repeatedly discredited HollywoodLife, which has a penchant for posting fake news stories about Jolie, the actress is planning an “epic Halloween party” to ensure her kids have the “ultimate holiday.” In the bogus story, a so-called “source” tells the perpetually disproven outlet, “Angelina came into [Glendale Halloween] and absolutely spoiled the kids to the tune of around $1,000.” The site’s dubious “insider” continues, claiming the star “looked like a supermom, incredibly happy and delighted to be out with the kids. She bought a bunch of lights, bloody knives, multiple scary masks, and a straight jacket. A few of the customers insisted she should get a fog machine too, but she passed on it.”
The website’s seemingly non-traceable “source” goes on to purport, “She mentioned that she wanted to treat the kids to what she called ‘the ultimate Halloween,’ complete with decked out decorations and costumes.” “[Jolie] definitely looked to be taking care of everything on her own, and it’s evident she’s doing an amazing job as a single parent,” further purports the webloid’s most assuredly fake tipster.
Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on this phony tale. Not surprisingly, it appears the entire article and its premise is based on other outlet’s stories and paparazzi photos of Jolie in Glendale Halloween. As it was first reported by TMZ, the actress picked up a number of scary costumes and decorations for the annual holiday, but contrary to HollywoodLife’s tall tale, no one from the store spoke to the bad blog about Jolie’s shopping trip or Halloween plans.
Regardless of the amount of falsehoods the outlet has posted over the years, Gossip Cop still looked into the story, and a source close to Jolie tells us the report is 100 percent “made-up.” Of course, we’re not remotely surprised by the site’s lazy reporting skills. In August, we called out the aptly nicknamed HollywoodLies when it posted a similarly untrue article about how Jolie “acted like a big kid” while on a shopping trip with her kids. Much like that inaccurate story, this latest one is equally false.