Ben Affleck Sparks Friends’ Fears Of Relapse With Recent Appearance?

An insider warns that Affleck "looked really thin and tired."

Ben Affleck Sparks Friends’ Fears Of Relapse With Recent Appearance?

Has Ben Affleck relapsed? Recent photos have one tabloid worried about the actor’s sobriety. Let’s check in on the Justice League star.

Ben Affleck Leading ‘Double Life’?

The most recent edition of In Touch reports Ben Affleck is on a slippery slope to relapse. While Affleck has been all smiles the past few months as he basks in the glow of his romance with Jennifer Lopez, recent photos of the actor tell a different story. An insider dishes that on a recent stroll, “He looked really thin and tired. Nothing like he did when they were at his movie premiere in Venice a couple of weeks before, when they both looked so glamorous.”

The source goes on, “He certainly lights up for the cameras, but the guy in the tux smiling on the red carpet with no care in the world is not the real Ben.” Affleck, who has struggled for years with alcoholism and has been through multiple stints in rehab, is “haunted by his demons. He seems to be leading a double life,” says the insider.

The magazine recounts Affleck’s relapse in 2019 after achieving a full year of sobriety. “To see him suffer another setback after a year was just awful,” the source explains. And while Affleck has been on a good path ever since, the magazine insists he’s still struggling. “There are some red flags: He still gambles and is in contact with some old friends who could be considered shady,” the tipster reveals. And while his reunion with Lopez has been a mostly “good influence” on Affleck, the outlet insists she’s just as worried as everyone else that he’ll fall off the wagon.

Jennifer Lopez Trying To Keep Ben Affleck ‘In Check’?

The only evidence the tabloid has that Affleck is leading a “double life” is a single photo of him frowning. The rest is total speculation without a shred of proof to back it up. Here’s the thing: Addiction is a constant battle. We’re sure both Affleck and his loved ones are aware of that. But the tabloid isn’t offering any kind of support or insight into Affleck’s health or state of mind. All it is doing is casting doubt on Affleck’s sobriety, and we’re not here for it.

Besides, Affleck seemed giddy at the premiere of his new film, The Tender Bar, just a few days ago. A reporter even commented on how much Affleck was smiling, to which he responded, “I’m very happy. It is a very happy time in my life. Life is good.” It’s obvious the paparazzi just caught Affleck at a bad moment, and the star is doing just fine.

The Tabloid On Ben Affleck

Besides, it’s hard to trust In Touch when it comes to Ben Affleck. Earlier this year, the magazine alleged Affleck was getting back together with Jennifer Garner. Of course, we know that never happened since Affleck is now with Lopez. And four months ago, the tabloid reported Affleck and Lopez were engaged. Of course, there was no truth to that rumor either. Clearly, In Touch isn’t reliable when it comes to Affleck.

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George And Amal Clooney Leaving Hollywood, Moving To Australia?

The Clooneys are supposedly ready to move to yet another continent.

George And Amal Clooney Leaving Hollywood, Moving To Australia?

Are George Clooney and Amal Clooney adding to their ample real estate portfolio? One report says they’re planning to move away from Hollywood and chase bliss in Australia. Gossip Cop investigates.

The Clooneys’ ‘Big Move To Oz!’

According to the Australian tabloid New Idea, George Clooney is falling in love with Australia ahead of shooting Ticket to Paradise there. He and Amal are even planning to start a new life down under, an insider says. The family will soon arrive in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands, where they’re allegedly eyeballing a mansion entitled “The Greenhouse.”

The residence would be temporary while George films, but she could be scoping out a new place to live permanently. The source says that Amal is determined to ensure her children have as normal a life as possible, and Australia is pretty removed from the spotlight. An insider concludes, “This trip is a big test for the kids and George — if Amal is happy, she won’t hesitate to scoop something up in the area.”

Why Would They Wait?

If the Clooneys really wanted a place in Australia, then they would own a place in Australia. He was reportedly worth $239 million in 2018, and this number could only have gone up. The couple famously owns property all over the world. If they really wanted a place in Australia, they’d have one by now.

While the Clooneys are open about wanting their kids to have normal names and a normal upbringing, they haven’t said a word about finding privacy in Australia. Paradoxically, this very story proves Australia isn’t exactly free from prying eyes. The Australian press is chirping away about George Clooney’s upcoming trip, and there’s no reason to think it would relent if he moved there.

A Common Trope

New Idea is an Australian outlet, and it has a history of predicting Australian moves that never actually happen. Professional actors tend to live in Hollywood as much out of California love as necessity; it’s where the movie industry is. One could own property elsewhere, as the Clooneys do, but it’s extremely rare to actually see stars kiss the United States goodbye.

The outlet has promised native sons Hugh Jackman and Keith Urban would move back to Australia, but that hasn’t happened. Katie Holmes still lives in New York, and Ellen DeGeneres hasn’t moved either. This is just a lame trope that promises a lot and delivers nothing.

The less said of its Clooney track record the better. New Idea maintains that George and Amal are living separate lives while still publishing stories about a vow renewal ceremony. These stories aren’t even compatible with one another, let alone with reality.

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