Gwyneth Paltrow's war with Vanity Fair over a supposed cheating exposé is reportedly causing a feud with Julia Roberts. Per Radar Online, Chris Martin's wife is angry that Roberts agreed to be on the cover of the magazine's upcoming Hollywood Issue. While Paltrow did reportedly convince George Clooney to stay off the cover, Roberts decided to appear on the front of the issue because of her friendship with the magazine's editor, Graydon Carter.
"[Julia] is ignoring Gwyneth, has no problem with Graydon and is happily still committed to appear on the cover of that issue," a source said. "[This] has probably ended any chance of a friendship between the two of them."
Carter has been teasing a Vanity Fair exposé of Gwyneth Paltrow for several weeks. While the exact contents of the article are unclear, reports speculate that the story will deal with the actress' diva behavior and possible affairs.
New York Post alleged that the article will look specifically into her relationship with billionaire Jeff Soffer. Soffer reportedly flew the married actress to Miami a party in 2008, when she stayed at his house. But a spokesman for Paltrow denied any romantic involvement between the two.
"Jeff is a longtime friend of Gwyneth's and there was no romantic relationship with him at all," the rep said. "He flew many of his friends to Miami that weekend — not just Gwyneth."
Gwyneth Paltrow has thus been feuding with Vanity Fair. Per Radar, she even sent out an email to all of her friends asking them not to respond to interview requests from the magazine.
It looked like Paltrow may have dodged a bullet when the supposed cheating exposé did not run in the most recent issue of Vanity Fair. But it sounds like it's only a matter of time before the actress' deep secrets are revealed.
"It's still going to run and it could possibly break online in the next two-three weeks," an insider said. "Too many resources have been plowed into it and too many bridges have been brined for it to be killed."
Gwyneth Paltrow is now reportedly looking to destroy Vanity Fair's reputation before the magazine article comes out. But publicly, the actress insists she does not care about this alleged cheating exposé. Rather, she called out her critics in a recent cover story for Red magazine.
"This is the thing, it's like the older I get I realize it doesn't matter what people who don't know you think," she said. "It doesn't matter. You're wasting your energy. It's like, if your partner comes to you — or your best friend — and says, 'Listen, I want to talk about something you did that hurt me, or I think you could improve,' sit down and listen to what they have to say. But some friend of so-and-sos — it's like, who gives a sh*t?