George Clooney and Angelina Jolie attack the Daily Mail

George Clooney and Angelina Jolie Attack The Daily Mail
George Clooney and Angelina Jolie Attack The Daily Mail


It isn't a good week for the Daily Mail.

First, George Clooney attacked the British tabloid for inflammatory comments it made about his fiancé's mother. Now Angelina Jolie is suing the paper after it published a video on its website that says it proves Jolie was a heroin addict back in the '90s.

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The 16-minute video was shot by a man who claims to have been Jolie's drug dealer when she was in her early 20s. Jolie says that she has always been open about her drug use in the past -- but she calls this video a gross violation of her privacy.

Meanwhile, the paper did (sort of) apologize to Clooney for saying that his future mother-in-law doesn't support his upcoming nuptials because her daughter "could do better."

The Daily Mail said the journalist who wrote it was relying on a long-standing trusted contact, but they trust Clooney if he says it isn't accurate.

Clooney isn't buying it. He says that the paper knew they were making up facts and called it "the worst kind of tabloid."

Score two for Hollywood superstars. 0 for the Daily Mail.

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