Jennifer Aniston had an affair with one of her TV co-stars.
No, not Courteney Cox. Just stop.
Us Weekly reported Aniston had a fling with actor Charlie Schlatter, her co-star in the short-lived 1990 TV adaptation of the classic John Hughes film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
Called "Ferris Bueller," the NBC sitcom starred Schlatter in the title role and Aniston in the role of his sister, Jeannie.
Her brother? Kinky.
GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson was a writer's assistant on the project, and revealed in a new piece for the May issue of the magazine that the actors had a "brief, torrid" romance during the show's 13-episode run. (It was canceled midway through its first season.)
"To Aniston worshipers, I can offer little dirt," Nelson wrote of the now 45-year-old actress. "She was lovely, kept to herself on the set, smoldering a bit like her outraged character, 17-year-old Jeannie Bueller. She was a brunette then, with none of Rachel Green's (of 'Friends') bob or self-possession."
He also said "GQ can exclusively report that everyone on set thought she was hot, including Schlatter, with whom she had a brief, torrid romance -- while playing, it must be said, his older sister. To we immaturions on the show, this seemed extra-hot. Like performative incest."
Hollywood's full of a bunch of sickies, you know that?
Four years after their fling, Schlatter, now 47, married Colleen Gunderson, with whom he has three children. Aniston is engaged to actor Justin Theroux.