Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt

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Consider it the cockroach of all love triangles because this drama just won't die.

The firestorm is still swirling around Brad Pitt's interview with Parade magazine where he apparently dissed his marriage to ex-wifey Jennifer Aniston while blabbing about how much he adored Angelina Jolie.

So how did Jen respond to the news? According to Us Weekly, Jen and her camp went "ballistic" over the insult. But what's the real deal post-Commentgate?

"It is complete crap," says a source close to Jen. "Jennifer does not want to continue any of this nonsense."

For the record, Brad denied the mag's story, too. And we hear that, unlike what Us Weekly boasts, the two haven't had any contact since the story came out.

So how did Jennifer react to the news that her former hubby apparently was "pretending" during their years of apparent wedded boredom?

"For the most part Jennifer didn't even learn of the controversy until Friday when someone told her about it," the source continues.

And why should she? She's got a hottie BF (Justin Theroux) with a hot bod and a bad boy ‘tude to keep her company. Which to us sounds far more exciting than waxing nostalgic over an issue of Parade.

And after all, Brad did issue an (in our opinion, half-assed but who cares) apology less than 24 hours after the story hit the net—and went viciously viral, fast.

So we should all do like Jen and just get over it, right? Right.

"Jen is wise enough to know that tabloids and gossip need to make something out of nothing in order to sell magazines," our source dishes to us. "It has no relationship to reality at all."

Plus, isn't being Angelina's grizzly bearded be-yotch already punishment enough for Brad's big mouth?

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