Depending on the source, "Friends" star Jennifer Aniston either is or isn't considering a tell-all book that will spotlight her divorce from Brad Pitt – something that should make Angelina Jolie nervous, according to Now magazine
Aniston's representatives, though, have told the London celebrity gossip mag that Aniston is not contemplating such a deal, but Now's source for the story says the book deal is real and that Pitt's current fiancée should have plenty to be uncomfortable about.
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"Angelina's worked hard to build up her image as a humanitarian and separate herself from the public outcry when she got together with Brad," the source told Now. "She felt the whole 'Team Jen' and 'Team Ange' thing had finally died a death and that the perception of her being a husband stealer was in the past, but then she heard about the book offer."
Rumors about Jolie and Pitt sparked while the two filmed the 2005 movie 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' together, while Pitt was married to Aniston, reported ContactMusic.com
. Aniston and Pitt divorced in 2005 and Pitt moved on to Jolie.
In a 2011 appearance on Bravo's "Inside the Actor's Studio," Aniston said her 2006 movie "The Breakup" with Vince Vaughn proved therapeutic in her divorce with Pitt, according to the Huffington Post
"It was just a beautiful story about a couple breaking up," Aniston said back in 2011, per the Huffington Post. "And I was slightly familiar on the topic and the issue. And I sort of honestly felt like, what a great way to sort of exorcise some of that. I enjoyed it. I really enjoyed it. You would think otherwise, because even the producers were like, 'I don't know if we should ask you to do this,' but I was like, why not? Turn the page, let's move on."
Now's source told the magazine that Aniston is considering the book offer as a way to get her version of events out into the public and set the record straight.
"If Jen does sign a book deal, she knows the chapter on Brad and Ange will be the hardest for her to write, but it will also be the one everyone will be after," the source told the magazine. "Jen doesn't want to spark any new rows, but there's so much history involved that it's inevitable."
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