Brad Pitt was, allegedly, forced to dump Jennifer Aniston after the actress became too clingy.
According to National Enquirer, Brad Pitt no longer has feelings for the Friends star. However, it seems that Aniston cannot move on from him after all these years.
“Brad loves Jen like a sister at this point, but the physical connection just isn’t there anymore – at least not beyond the occasional booty call. He now regrets that because it messed with Jen’s head,” the source said.
Jennifer Aniston convinced she, Brad Pitt could get back together
The insider alleged that Aniston thinks that there’s still hope for her and Pitt to get back together. And Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez’s rekindled relationship is getting her hopes up.
Unfortunately, the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star doesn’t have any plans to pursue Aniston again. After all, he’s, allegedly, dating multiple women until he finds his perfect partner.
Brad Pitt linked to Swedish singer after Andra Day
Pitt is currently being linked to Swedish singer Lykke Li weeks after he was also linked to singer Andra Day. But when the latter confirmed that she has not even met the actor, the tabloids shifted their focus on Li.
To make their dubious claims even more questionable, the tabloid is insisting that Aniston is heartbroken over Pitt’s dating life. But the latter couldn’t, allegedly, care less because he just wants his ex-wife to move on for good.
“For Jen, Brad’s always been the one that got away. The thought he doesn’t want her now is beyond her comprehension. She doesn’t want to date anyone else because no one compares to Brad, no matter what she says in public. Brad’s tried to let her down easy, but he’s going to have to switch to harsher tactics if she doesn’t get the hint soon,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
Brad Pitt and Aniston are nothing more than friends. In fact, even The Morning Show star confirmed that she and Pitt are nothing but buddies. And there’s no awkwardness between them at all.
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