By Radar Staff
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux announced this week that they’re splitting up. But were they ever really “married” in the first place?
That’s the shocking question a website is asking after reporters scoured Los Angeles County records for a marriage license but couldn’t find one.
Longtime lovers Aniston, 49, and Theroux, 46, walked down the aisle at their Bel-Air mansion in 2015, but reportedly marriage records in L.A. dating back to 2010 show no record of a marriage license. Although many celebrities get confidential marriage licenses, according to the website, the famous couple didn’t get one in L.A. County.
Also, the site’s Aniston sources said there’s long been gossip swirling that she might not be legally married to the actor.
Strangely, prominent celebrity divorce lawyers haven’t been contacted by either star, the site noted.
Interestingly, when Aniston and The Leftovers actor Theroux gave a statement to Us Weekly on Thursday, February 15, they referred to their “separation,” and never used the word divorce.
The announcement read, in part, “In an effort to reduce any further speculation, we have decided to announce our separation. This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year.
“We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship….Above all, we are determined to maintain the deep respect and love that we have for one another.”
Radar told you first that Aniston and Theroux were breaking up and detailed their many issues.
Controlling Aniston tried to ban Theroux from eating certain foods in a bizarre diet demand, an insider said.
A dispute with a neighbor from hell also drove a wedge between them, said a source. They had a blowout fight before confirming their split, another source dished to Radar. Aniston celebrated her birthday with a party last weekend with Theroux nowhere to be seen.
Also, the Friends star’s body language with her “husband” looked cold in their last photos together, a body language expert said. Now there’s new speculation that perhaps the Aniston/Theroux “wedding” two years ago was a commitment ceremony instead of an actual marriage.
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