George Clooney rejects tabloids’ apology over false reports

The Hollywood actor has rejected the apology for false reports that said future mother-in-law objected to his marriage

Speaking out in another statement, published by a magazine, George Clooney rejected an apology over the false reports, saying that none of it was true, the Mirror reported.

The Ocean’s Eleven star sated that the Daily Mail had printed an apology for insinuating religious tensions where there were none and in the apology, managing editor Charles Garside claims that the article was ‘not a fabrication’, but was based the story on conversations with senior members of the Lebanese community. He stated that the problem was that none of that was true. Clooney had spoken out in a second public statement, after a newspaper and online article claimed Amal Alamuddin’s mother didn’t approve of their marriage.

The actor said in his statement, “What separates this from all of the ridiculous things the Mail makes up is that now, by their own admission, it can be proved to be a lie. In fact, a premeditated lie. So I thank the Mail for its apology. Not that I would ever accept it …,” as reported by a popular website.


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