Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt: Tabloid Says Jolie Forced Husband to Miss George Clooney Wedding
Angelina Jolie forced her husband Brad Pitt to miss the George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin wedding, according to a new report.
The tabloid report says that Jolie, 39, has “forbidden” her husband, 50, from speaking to Clooney, who is well-known as one his best friends.
It also claims to reveal the real reasons Jolie and Pitt missed the wedding of Clooney, 53, and Alamuddin, 36, and that Jolie and Alamuddin “hate each other.”
“They were invited and Brad gave George his word he’d be there,” the source said. “Angie vetoed the trip at the last minute… She wanted to pull a power play and diss Amal,”
Why does Angelina hate Amal?
“For all her charity work, Angie is deeply insecure, self-absorbed and calculating,” the insider told Star magazine.
“It eats at her that Amal is everything she isn’t: educated, well-bred, respected and in an earned position of power.”
Angelina even blew Amal off when they first crossed paths in London on June 12.
“Angie feels competitive with Amal,” the source said. “She has been running from her past for years, and although she’s done a fabulous job reinventing herself, she continues to feel like an uneducated outsider.”
The story comes after a fight allegedly broke out when the two couples were having dinner in London recently.
One blog said that it’s hard to believe that Jolie is jealous of Alamuddin, instead putting forth the theory that the feud between the two is actually stemming from their differing view on politics.
“Some of Amal’s clients have been incredibly controversial, and not necessarily the most popular people on planet Earth,” Celeb Dirty Laundry said.
“People of this stature have very strong political opinions, and Angelina might have just disagreed with some of Amal’s more overt political sentiments – or heck, maybe she just didn’t like some of the people that Amal repped.”
On the other hand, Gossip Cop says that the story about Jolie and Clooney fighting is not true, with a Clooney representative saying that “This story is 100 percent fiction.”
“Jolie is an Oscar-winning actress, successful director, lauded human rights advocate and mother of six children. The only times she’s disrespected are when she appears in desperate, sensational tabloid stories like this one. The idea that she and Clooney are feuding shows what’s wrong with Star, not what’s wrong with Jolie. Magazines use any chance they can to pit women against each other. In the twisted world of tabloids, women are always fighting over everything from men to movie roles to recognition for humanitarian work,” it said.
“Star is worst than most. Gossip Cop first heard about the tabloid working on this ridiculous rumor a few weeks ago. We were told at the time that Clooney’s camp advised Star to ‘get better sources.’ Clearly, they didn’t. We hoped the magazine would surprise us and think better of running the story. We should have known better.”