Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are rumored to have patched things up after their split years ago. And a source also said that the former couple still talks to each other occasionally.

But a tabloid went as far as saying that Aniston and Pitt have been meeting up secretly at the “Friends” star’s home. While there, the actors hang out at the patio, listen to music and talk about life. An unnamed source also claimed that Aniston and Pitt have started talking about their marriage and have been trying to figure out what went wrong between them.

“Brad let Jen know how sorry he was for everything that happened, and told her that if he could take it all back, he would,” the source said. “[Pitt’s apology] made [Aniston] realize that it’s truly time to put the past aside and to start seeing Brad fully for who he really is, a nice guy who messed up royally,” the source added.

But according to rumor-debunking site Gossip Cop, there isn’t any truth to the claims. Not only is the name of the source undisclosed, but the publication also spoke with Pitt’s rep, who said that the rumors are fabricated.

The “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” actor’s spokesperson also said that Pitt has not been going to Aniston’s home for dinner. But it may be true that the two still talk to each other occasionally.

This wasn’t the first time that the same tabloid claimed that Pitt and Aniston have been hanging out again. In fact, three months ago, the tabloid reported that Pitt and Aniston have gotten back together. Pitt also allegedly proposed to Aniston during their romantic dinner. However, the claims were once again proven to be incorrect.

Last year, the same tabloid also reported that Aniston and Pitt are getting married again and that they were also expecting their first child together. However, the “Murder Mystery” star never sported a baby bump, and she still doesn’t have a baby at present.

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt US actor Brad Pitt and his wife Jennifer Aniston arrive to attend the official projection of US director Wolfgang Petersen's film 'Troy', 13 May 2004, at the 57th Cannes Film Festival in the French Riviera town. FRANCOIS GUILLOT/AFP/Getty Images