Angelina Jolie Thinks Brad Pitt Cheated On Her With Marion Cottilard; Hubby Guillaume Canet Speaks Out Against Rumors

By Julia R. Manuel, Parent Herald September 28, 12:48 am
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Marion Cotillard's hubby, Guillaume Canet, blasted the media for fanning out the flame of rumors that involves his wife Marion Cottilard with the divorce of A-Listers Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. The controversial divorce of the almost-perfect couple has sparked people to jump into conclusions and has dragged different names of personalities.

Those who got dragged with the divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt include Jolie's co-star in the "Tourist" movie Johnny Depp, "Maleficent" actress' former lesbian lover Jenny Shimizu, Brad Pitt's ex Jennifer Anniston and the one who received the most number of bullets, French actress Marion Cotillard. The French's husband Guillaume Canet decided to break his silence, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry.

"I do not usually comment on rumors about us ... I do not usually talk about my private life, which until now I have always carefully protected," Guillaume Canet said in a post on his Instagram account.

"But the fury of the tabloids, the venal stupidity of some people calling themselves journalists, the hatred of some users feeling stronger behind a keyboard, push me to speak of the pride, the love, respect and admiration I have for Marion, for staying so strong and intelligent in the face all these stupid and unfounded accusations," he added.

Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet have a 5-year-old son. Some critics even said that the French beauty is pregnant with Brad Pitt's baby. The "Benjamin Button" actor and the "Dark Knight Rises" actress were rumored to have gotten comfortable with each other on the set of "Allied," according to a previous post from Parent Herald.  

Some reports even said that Angelina Jolie got a detective to spy on the set of the movie. Well, people are looking for answers as to why the Hollywood's A-lister couple decided to give up on their love life and might have just connected the dots. 

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