Jennifer Aniston's net worth is estimated at over $100 million. And according to one tabloid, she has a new business manager to oversee her finances: Justin Theroux!
The Emmy winner has "opened her portfolio" to her boyfriend and "is allowing him to control her financial future," Star (via Gossip Cop) claims.
"He wants to turn her into a shrewder businesswoman and expand her empire," an "insider" tells the mag.
Uh, Jennifer doesn't exactly need Justin's help to make shrewd business moves. She received $1 million per episode for the last two seasons of Friends and still commands a hefty paycheck, having just been named to Forbes' annual list of highest-paid actresses. So her agents are doing just fine without any input from Justin.
But Justin "knows how much money she has and is actively trying to double it," because expensive European vacations, spa treatments and hipster threads cost a lot of money. And Justin's takeover of Jennifer's bank account "has some of her good friends worried."
"Justin is coming off a major career setback since Wanderlust and Rock of Ages tanked, and he's already talking about sinking her money into another collaboration," Star's snitch says, adding that Jennifer is "clueless about his motives" because "she trusts Justin 100 percent."
Do you really think Jennifer's business advisers would allow her to do something like this? If they couldn't outright keep her from handing control over to Justin, they would at the very least strongly discourage it. And considering Justin seems happy to sit back and allow Jennifer to support his new lifestyle, he probably wouldn't make a suggestion like this and possibly endanger his sweet gig as her bought-and-paid-for boyfriend. So even if "a source close to Theroux" hadn't "laughed off the rumor, telling Gossip Cop it's completely false," it'd still be pretty unbelievable.
What do you think? Has Justin Theroux taken control of Jennifer Aniston's finances? Would that be a smart move on her part? Sound off in the comments!