Gwyneth Paltrow dismisses debt rumours

By admin
25 April 2014

Gwyneth Paltrow has hit back at reports that her lifestyle brand Goop.com is struggling financially and plans to make a lot of "exciting" changes to the website in the next few months.

Gwyneth Paltrow has hit back at reports her lifestyle brand is struggling financially. The Iron Man 3 star, who split from her husband Chris Martin last month after 10 years of marriage, plans to make a lot of changes to her website Goop.com, following the recent departure of its CEO Seb Bishop and speculation the company is $1.2 million (R12 672 000) in debt.

'Those numbers are based on filings from a couple of years ago'

Speaking at a promotional event for her latest cookbook, It's All Good in Hong Kong, her first official appearance since announcing her separation, the 41-year-old beauty said: "Those numbers are based on filings from a couple of years ago, so you shouldn't believe everything you read."

But the Oscar-winning actress, who claims she lives a "quiet and domestic" life, also confirmed plans to make a lot of changes to the website in the next three months and is moving her company from London to Los Angeles, according to the South China Morning Post.

She said: "We're on the verge of a lot of changes at the website right now and we have some really exciting announcements coming up." Gwyneth, who has daughter Apple (9) and son Moses (8) with Chris, added: "I really love my office job. I started Goop, my website, because I had a lot of creativity and I wasn't doing as many films."

News that the actress plans to focus on her growing her business comes just days after it emerged that British entrepreneur Seb - who began working for the actress in 2011 - resigned because he was allegedly upset that she used to website to officially announce she was "consciously uncoupling" from from Chris.

-Bang Showbiz

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