Angelina Jolie is "totally psycho": says her bodyguard

10:16, April 02, 2010      

Email | Print | Subscribe | Comments | Forum 


Angelina Jolie's former bodyguard claims she's "totally psycho".

The man - who would only be identified as Bill - worked for the Oscar-winning actress at the start of her relationship with Brad Pitt and insists she's nothing like her do-gooder image.

He said: "Angelina has a public and a private persona. In my opinion, the real Angelina is self-centred and a control freak. She has no patience at all. She doesn't do things out of the kindness of her heart. And she's totally psycho ... she screams and yells a lot, then walks away."

Bill also alleged Angelina - who raises six children with Brad - would take her anger out on her partner and their kids, the number of which was unknown when Bill was working for them.

He told In Touch Weekly magazine: "She would disappear into her suite for hours leaving the staff and Brad to deal with the children. She would punish them with silence. I think she could be abusive at times in a mental way."

While Brad and Angelina - who officially got together in 2005, soon after his split from ex-wife Jennifer Aniston - enjoyed "spontaneous sex" at the start of their romance, their relationship has allegedly fallen apart so much they often sleep in different bedrooms.

Bill blames their faltering romance on the fact Angelina doesn't really trust Brad and always needs to find out what he's been up to.

The bodyguard added: "She'll call him from the set to interrogate him. His face goes white, and he just stares at his feet.

"When Angelina's yelling becomes unbearable, Brad will put her on speaker and walk away from the phone. Angelina will hang up and continue calling until one of the staff picks up."

Source: Agenices

(Editor:王寒露)

  • Do you have anything to say?

双语词典
dictionary

  
Special Coverage
  • Premier Wen Jiabao visits Hungary, Britain, Germany
  • From drought to floods
Major headlines
Editor's Pick
  • Members of civil organizations who oppose laws that allow voluntary abortion, participate in a protest in front of the Supreme Court in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 26, 2011. The Supreme Court began on Monday a debate on a constitutional reform in the states of Baja California and San Luis Potosi, which establish the beginning of the right to life during conception, contradicting the federal constitution. (Xinhua/Claudio Cruz)
  • Actors perform during the opening ceremony of the China Today Art Week in Malmo, Sweden, Sept. 26, 2011. (Xinhua/Liu Yinan)
  • ATP top 1 and UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia Novak Djokovic plays with children at kindergarten "Brownie" in Smederevo, central Serbia, on Sept. 26, 2011. The kindergarten is specialized for children with disabilities and refugees. Djokovic was appointed as a UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia last August. (Xinhua/Vladimir Gogic)
  • Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2011 shows the Shundang Caifeng Bridge in Yunlong County of Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The Shundang Caifeng bridge, a wooden cantilever bridge of almost 400 years, is still used for transportation and tourism. Across the rivers of Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture stand many bridges with antique flavour, attracting a lot of tourists. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
  • Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2011 shows the exterior view of the Mali Hospital in Bamako, Mali. The Mali Hospital, built with Chinese aid, officially opened on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Zizheng)
  • Participants have a group photo taken at the World Media Summit Presidium Meeting in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 27, 2011. Leaders or representatives of 11 world mainstream media attended the meeting opening on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Li Tao)
Hot Forum Discussion