Latest rumors claimed Brad Pitt was going to discuss Angelina Jolie on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook podcast. Gossip Cop debunked these claims, stating Pitt was not planning to dish about Jolie in any interview, leave alone the Facebook podcast.

“Straight Shuter” podcast host Rob Shuter claimed Pitt “is in talks to do a big, big, big sit-down interview… The first one he’s done since the divorce, since the breakup with Angelina Jolie.”

Maintaining that everybody wanted to know “Brad’s side of the story,” the host said Pitt would discuss “what happened on that plane; what went down with Angelina Jolie; why did you two breakup?”

Shuter then asserted “now it looks like Pitt’s finally going to tell his side of the story, not to Oprah, not to Robin Roberts, not to Jimmy Fallon but to Smith on her Facebook show.”

“Jada is becoming the new Oprah Winfrey,” the host added, further contending that Pitt wanted to dish about Jolie to Smith because she was “someone that he trusts. Somebody that understands him. Somebody that’s also a star.”

Gossip Cop checked with the actor’s representative who said the entire premise “makes no sense.”

“He will never dish on her in public and certainly not on a podcast,” the representative added.

This was not the first time the “Straight Shuter” host made false claims about the actor. In April, the podcast falsely claimed Pitt was “in love” with Neri Oxman and was “going back to school to impress her.” Gossip Cop checked with the actor’s representative, who had called the story a fabrication.

In August, Shuter also falsely claimed turned down an offer to join Leonardo DiCaprio’s infamous group of party friends. He claimed the two were “bonding and getting along so well on the set of their new film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” and that “most men would kill to get into this pack — except Brad passed.” Pitt’s spokesperson said the tale was totally false.

brad pitt jolie Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt attend Audi at the opening night gala premiere of 'By the Sea' during AFI FEST 2015 presented by Audi at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, California, Nov. 5, 2015. Photo: Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Audi

Pitt and Jolie announced their spilt in 2016 after two years of marriage but roughly 12 years together. Their divorce proceedings seemed to be normal until June this year, when the judge in the case ruled Jolie could lose primary custody of their six children, if she did not allow them each to form a “healthy and strong relationship” with Pitt.

This was followed by back-and-forth news about Pitt’s child support payments. While Jolie’s attorney claimed “Pitt has paid no meaningful child support since separation,” documents revealed Pitt had paid over $1.3 million in “bills” for the children and loaned Jolie $8 million.

According to latest reports, a settlement between Jolie and Pitt was going to be signed in December, with the goal to complete negotiations before the private custody trial begins.