updated - March 28, 2017 Tuesday EDT
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have been married for a little over a year but, like other celebrity couples in Hollywood, their union have been besieged by all kinds of divorce rumors.
One particular reason for arguments was reportedly the "Tomorrowland" star's friendship with Cindy Crawford.
According to recent reports, however, the rumors that recently started about the supermodel's involvement are all presumably just nonsense.
In an interview earlier this month, Crawford revealed that she accidentally ended up in the same bed as the formerly renowned bachelor.
She was reportedly "shocked" when he found the actor in the bed that her husband, Rande Gerber, was supposed to be sleeping in.
Celebrity Dirty Laundry previously noted that this candid interview caused a rift between George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin and even implied that they could be heading for a divorce.
The A-list actor's wife reportedly "completely freaked out" because of the interview, especially since Clooney was also "comparing Amal to Cindy."
The gossip site further reported in a previous article that the human rights lawyer delivered a backhanded insult to Crawford right in the presence of their husbands, who are best friends and business partners.
The 49-year-old beauty allegedly got annoyed when Alamuddin likened her to Caitlyn Jenner. Could their animosity towards each other be causing a lot of tension with the couple?
Gossip Cop recently debunked such rumors, most especially the ones about the "Ocean's Eleven" star's supposed impending divorce with his wife.
"The webloid fails to mention that the silly story the model shared is a tale both parties have been humorously telling for years," the site noted, pertaining to CDL's recent report about the supposed love triangle, calling the story "nonsense" and "inconsequential."
According to the site, the UN lawyer is reportedly not concerned "about a funny old story she's heard before."
George Clooney's wife, Amal Alamuddin, is actually more concerned about getting Lebanese girls the education they deserve.
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