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Jennifer Aniston's finace, Justin Theroux, is supposedly vegetarianJennifer Aniston's finace, Justin Theroux, is supposedly vegetarian

Jennifer Aniston’s Man, Justin Theroux, Supposedly Vegetarian

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With the recent news of Jennifer Aniston’s engagement to boyfriend Justin Theroux, all kinds of stories are coming out about the couple. For starters, E! Online is reporting that Theroux doesn’t eat meat.

As the entertainment site says, Theroux is a “meat hater” and has sworn off hamburgers, filet mignon and all types of meat, as he is vegetarian.

Whether the 41-year-old actor and screenwriter (he wrote scripts for “Tropic Thunder” and “Iron Man 2”) is actually vegetarian, really hasn’t been addressed by Theroux himself. If he is, props to him!

It’s no secret that Aniston is a huge animal lover, as she has rescued pups and even had her deceased dog’s name (Norman) tattooed on the inside of her right foot. It’s logical that she would choose someone who won’t partake in eating animals.

The two first met on the set of their 2012 flick “Wanderlust.” Aniston seems to have found a good match. Best of luck to the happy couple!

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