Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas Renew Vows Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal

Feb. 2 2018, Published 9:55 a.m. ET

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Catherine Zeta-Jones is desperate to show the public Michael Douglas is innocent after he made headlines over sexual misconduct allegations.

Now, has learned exclusively the actress is planning to renew her wedding vows with her husband in order to make a public show of support for him.

“Catherine just can’t see Michael being capable of such things and wants to make sure everyone knows she’s standing by him,” an insider close to the couple revealed.

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As readers know, Douglas, 73, came under fire last month after journalist Susan Braudy bashed the star for reportedly verbally harassing her in 1980 and allegedly exposing himself in front of her when they worked together years ago.

While he decided not to speak out on the writer’s accusations, Douglas previously told reporters that the claims were a “complete lie,” and that he was “extremely hurt” by them.

“The part that hurt the worst is having to share something like this to your wife and your children,” the actor told Deadline at the time. “My kids are really upset… have to go to school worrying this is going to be in some article about me, being a sexual harasser. They’re scared and very uncomfortable.”

Despite the shocking accusations, Zeta-Jones stood by her man.

“She’s planning a beautiful vow renewal at their country estate in Bedford, NY, and will release beautiful pictures on her social media in case there was any doubt she was considering leaving him over it.”

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