Nov 21, 2016 07:17 AM EST

Brad Pitt Dating Margot Robbie; 'Suicide Squad' Actress Helped Recently Divorced Star To Move On From Angelina Jolie?

The recent divorce of power couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie shocked a lot of fans. Many rumors about the real cause of their break-up surface almost every week. The latest one might be the juiciest of all these rumors.

Actress Margot Robbie is now a very in-demand Hollywood star ever since she gave a magnificent portrayal of the character Harley Quinn in the movie version of "Suicide Squad." The 26-year-old actress has recently been dragged to the divorce drama after a source said that Brad Pitt has the hots for the star.

Morning News USA reported that an insider mentioned that Brad Pitt has went behind his ex-wife's back countless times just to work with Margot Robbie. He allegedly used his Hollywood connections to secure a cameo for her in the movie "The Big Short" which he produced.

It was also mentioned that the "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" actress has tried to block her husband from working with Margot Robbie. Angelina Jolie has known for years that Brad Pitt has his eyes on the "Suicide Squad" star and that he will not let an opportunity to work with her to pass.

If this is true, rumor has it that Margot Robbie played a part in the eventual break-up of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Furthermore, it was also added that now that Brad Pitt is single, he will definitely pursue the star.

However, these rumors were quickly picked up by Gossip Cop and they had already debunked it. The site checked if the source is reliable and it was mentioned that it is not. It was further reported that Margot Robbie is not responsible for the divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

But nonetheless, it was not clarified whether Brad Pitt has a secret crush on Margot Robbie or if he will not pursue her now that he is single. In another report by Jobs & Hire, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendez was mentioned to have broken up because of Emma Stone, could it be true?

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