Those lovely tabloids that seek to tarnish the image of a hardworking and do-good celebrity have been at it again. This time human rights barrister Amal Clooney, who also just so happens to be hitched to actor George Clooney, has been the target of the unreliable publication, the National Enquirer.
Recently, the talented and fashionable beauty made the tabloid’s front page for being a supposed “monster” and “wife from hell,” leading to Amal shying away from any public appearances and stepping back from the spotlight. Has the publication, which is often the igniter of false stories and rumors, affected Clooney so deeply that she has decided to be away from media attention? Clooney has often been accused as using her marriage to George Clooney to improve her status and popularity, however, this proves otherwise.
PopDust shares observations as to the beauty’s recent behavior.
“There she was, minding her own business, sort of, waltzing around in new designer outfits wherever there was a camera, when suddenly she seems to have stopped leaving the house. Could the headlines have hurt Amal’s feelings or has she gone back to hell? Let’s try to separate fact from fiction, no easy task when you’re dealing with tabloids.”
The tabloid was sure to cut to the quick with descriptions about Amal that are likely entirely fabrication. Adjectives like “monster,” “control freak,” “outrageous diva,” and “violent” were used within the story that may be connected to Amal’s absence as of late.
The rumored jealousy that the tabloid is continuously pushing is related to the story about Amal’s husband, George Clooney, and his close friendship with former supermodel Cindy Crawford. Late last year, claims were being made that Amal was not happy about a mix-up that found Crawford and Clooney accidentally naked and in bed together. Us Weekly shared Crawford’s words on the situation, which then led to rumors of divorce between George and Amal.
The claims were brushed off as complete falsity, yet the Enquirer seems adamant to push on with the false allegations against Amal.
In regards to apparent “violent tantrums” Clooney throws, Pop Dust diffuses this accusation as outlandish.
” [T]here is no corroborating evidence of this behavior, even from her colleagues or former schoolmates. At best, she seems to sulk when things don’t go her way, especially in court hearings and in the back of George’s limo. Again, let’s rule innocent.”
Amal’s rumored “diva demands” may be somewhat closer to reality, however, seeing as there is really no evidence of this, it’s perhaps wise to dismiss these accusations against her, as well.
Lastly, being charged as a “wife from hell” by the publication must certainly be a tough rumor to hear. It’s hardly factual that George feels he’s bound to a woman from the depths of hell, as the two are almost always seen with plastered grins on their faces and entirely smitten with one another, as if they just married yesterday. PopDust elaborates in support of Amal being a bit of a terror due to spending habits and being the one to entice George to conform.
“The man swore that marriage wasn’t for him and he seemed to mean it. Every year or two, he found a cocktail waitress or model and then traded her in for another one.Now, he’s in the hole for about a zillion dollars and can never succeed in politics given his wife’s family connections.”
Perhaps the term “difficult” is more suited to the description for Amal. Although she does have an insatiable appetite for the finer things and has swayed Clooney from his bachelor ways, the barrister has likewise brought good into the life of the Hollywood heartthrob’s, and that deserves a less harsh descriptor than “wife from hell.”
Surely fans are eager to see the beauty out in the spotlight once more, in whatever latest fashionable ensemble she chooses to emerge in.
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