British newspaper the Daily Mail has apologized to actor George Clooney, after a brouhaha erupted due to an article they published about the star’s fiancee Amal Alamuddin. As The Inquisitr posted earlier today, George Clooney issued an unusual and angry denial of a specific article the paper had published, indicating that the latest speculation about
George Clooney has seen all of the lies, but now he’s had enough. Clooney took to USA Today to slam […]
George Clooney rarely speaks out about his private life, but when he does, it gets noticed: The Mail Online has apologized and taken down a recent article about his future mother-in-law after the actor slammed the piece as "completely fabricated."
George Clooney has had it with The Daily Mail. In a letter posted by USA Today, the actor blasted the Daily Mail for publishing a story (which originally appear on its site) about him, his fiancee Amal Alamuddin, and her mother. TheShow More Summary
George Clooney complained in an open letter to USA Today about a Daily Mail report describing his soon-to-be mother-in-law’s purported religious-based opposition to his pending marriage to her daughter Amal … READ ON
Post by Kiri Blakeley. Hey, remember that thing about how George Clooney's future mother-in-law doesn't approve of him and thinks her daughter, Amal Alamuddin, can do much better? Well, scratch that. Celebrities rarely respond to gossip...Show More Summary
UPDATED: The British tabloid has removed from its website a story alleging the actor's future mother-in-law is opposed to his upcoming marriage and has apologized to the actor "for any distress caused." read more
George Clooney responded to an "at the very least negligent and more appropriately dangerous" article in the notoriously garbage-y Daily Mail this morning with an essay for USA Today. Read more...
George Clooney 1, The Daily Mail 0. Within hours of Clooney posting a blistering op-ed in USA Today, calling out The Daily Mail for its irresponsibly "dangerous" article that claimed Clooney was clashing with his future mother-in-law...Show More Summary
The Daily Mail is officially on page one of George Clooney’s burn book. In an essay published on USA Today’s Web site early Wednesday morning, the Oscar winner slammed the British “tabloid” for publishing what he called a “negligent” and “dangerous” story about religious in-fighting in the British family of his fiancee lawyer Amal Alamuddin. Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — The British website Mail Online apologized Wednesday to George Clooney for alleging that his fiancee's mother opposed their marriage on religious grounds — a story Clooney called both wrong and irresponsible.
After the British tabloid printed a story (which was picked up by newspapers all over the world) that alleged his fiancee’s mother is not in favor of her daughter’s marriage on “religious grounds,” George Clooney decided to speak out about “irresponsible” journalism and the “violent” effects this negligence can have.
BritishtabloidgarbagewebsiteTheDailyMailpostedanarticleearlierthisweekthatstatedGeorgeClooney’sfiancee,AmalAlamuddin’smotherwas“unimpressed”withtheactor andthatshehadhopedthatshewouldmarrysomeonefromwithintheirstrictLebanesereligioussect. Alamuddin,ifyou’reunaware,wasborninBeirutin1978beforeherfamilymovedtoLondoninthe’80s.
George Clooney is hopping mad at the UK’s Daily Mail for allegedly fabricating a story about his fiancée’s mom. Yesterday, the rag reported that Baria Alamuddin, his lawyer love Amal Alamuddin’s mother, was unhappy that Clooney is not part of the family’s Lebanese religious sect. “She is in no way against the marriage,” Clooney said [...]
George Clooney has ripped the Daily Mail a new one in an op-ed in USA Today. After the British publication claimed the actor's future mother-in-law, Baria, vehemently opposed his marriage to Amal Alamuddin on religious grounds, Clooney slammed the tabloid for "inciting violence." Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com George Clooney
George Clooney is going nuclear on The Daily Mail, claiming it flat out made up a story about his mother's fiance objecting to their wedding on religious grounds.George is especially pissed off about the line in the story that Amal's mom told half…
The Daily Mail -- where, as one scribe put it just yesterday, "reporting a fake story means never saying sorry" -- came under attack Wednesday morning by Three Kings star George Clooney, who accused the British rag of fabricating a story...Show More Summary
Did you hear about London’s Daily Mail story, which claimed Amal Alamuddin’s mother disapproved of her daughter’s engagement to George Clooney on religious grounds? I wondered about the story from the outset since it was published with a picture of Amal’s and George’s mother out shopping together, looking like they were enjoying themselves. That’s not […]
George Clooney: 1Daily Mail: 0 Clooney wrote an angry op-ed, which was published Wednesday on USA Today, calling out the "irresponsibility" of a Daily Mail story that he said was "completely fabricated." See also: Celebrities Still Don't...Show More Summary