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Jennifer Aniston’s people reportedly demanded Brad Pitt apology

HollywoodNews.com: Brad Pitt caused a bit of a storm when he recently commented that he was pretending in his marriage with Jennifer Aniston, but soon apologized apparently after her team demanded it.

When Aniston got word of the comments, she was reportedly furious which led to her people handling the situation, states UsMagazine.com. Her people allegedly demanded that he apologize and fix what he said about her.

Pitt soon commented again about the quotes saying that Aniston was a great wife and that the quotes were taken out of context.

Do you think Brad Pitt meant what he said or was it misinterpreted?

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  • September 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    I hope that’s not true. Considering the “source” it very likely isn’t.

    All it would do is create more criticism for Aniston… how weak she is etc… It’s much better to let it sit there like a bad odor in the air Brad created and now must continuously to inhale. Much more impact with no requested apology.

    Since there was no mistaking what the comment meant or that he meant it, it confirms the kind of person he is does it not? It also suggests he hasn’t moved on from anger/resentment or low-level game playing and/or movie/self promotion or something.

  • September 22, 2011 | Permalink |

    Ok, Brad Pitt gave his opinion about his x-wife. So what. Can’t the man talk. What makes it as soon as your famous you lose your rights to say how you feel. Being told your dull isn’t that bad. I have always thought she was dull. I do not know how she made it in show biz, or why he married her. Shes Boring, unattractive, and has no cheek bones, and she coulodn’t act her way out of a paper bag. Brad Pitt doesn’t need to do anything to promote a movie, he is after all Brad Pitt. And again, the man has a right to say how he feels. Gimme Break.

  • Dan
    September 22, 2011 | Permalink |

    I laughed when I read the above statement from “Kelly”. You know what your right. Why can’t Brad Pitt say how he feels. Why does everybody want to feel sorry for Jennifer. If anyone would know if she is dull it would be Brad, they were married for several years. And btw I think she comes across as dull and dry too. She doesn’t have any charm at all. I wonder at times how these actresses make it that are so boring. Anyway, I agree a person, famous or not, has a right to say how they feel about someone. Its called freedom of speech people.

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