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Jennifer Aniston's representative forced to deny Justin Theroux split claims

Published 22/09/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

The report came after news broke of Aniston's ex-husband Brad Pitt splitting from his wife Angelina Jolie.

Jennifer Aniston's representative has denied claims the actress has split from her husband Justin Theroux.

The Friends actress' spokesperson hit out at a recent story by America's In Touch Weekly magazine claiming Aniston had split from Theroux after he had allegedly been in contact with his ex-girlfriend of 14 years, Heidi Bevins.

Aniston's rep told Mirror.co.uk the story is "a complete fabrication", and the 47-year-old is still happily married to her husband of a year.

The report came after news broke of Aniston's ex-husband Brad Pitt splitting from wife Angelina Jolie on Tuesday (20Sep16).

Jennifer and Brad married after two years of dating in July, 2000, but announced they had separated in January, 2005, with their divorce finalised in October later that year.

Jennifer began dating Theroux in May, 2011, and the following year they were engaged. The couple surprised family and friends by marrying in an unexpected ceremony at their Los Angeles mansion in August, 2015.

Brad and Angelina wed in 2014, after the couple met on the set of 2005 action film Mr. & Mrs. Smith, when Brad was still married to Jennifer.

Angelina and Brad's divorce battle got underway on Tuesday, a day after she filed papers citing irreconcilable differences for the split and asking for custody of their six children.

Brad released a brief statement, revealing he was "saddened" by the news, while he and representatives for his wife asked the media to let the family deal with the drama in private.

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