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NEWS/Again and Again More Rumors about George Clooney and His Fiancée Amal Alamuddin

Many rumors were thrown about George Clooney’s marriage and all reasons behind it. One of them said that Amal Alamuddin is three months pregnant with George Clooney's baby and that’s what explains the sudden proposal and rushed engagement. A source who has known George for more than a decade on both a professional and a personal level exclusively confirmed the news to Woman's Day and assured that George and Amal told their families and closest friends three weeks ago, but now they’re sharing the happy news freely.

                                                                    

Another one was that George Clooney will be planning to enter politics and his fiancée, the human rights lawyer, will help him achieving his goals. Moreover, the source focused on the idea that he wants to be a president. Such a high ambition!

 

But the worst rumor was the one published at the U.K. tabloid; the story was about Amal Alamuddin’s mother, Baria, claiming that she is against the marriage of her daughter for religious reasons. Well, that story put the 53-year-old actor on his nerves, so he published on USA Today that it is a completely fabricated tale and that he seldom respond to tabloids, unless it involves someone else and their safety or well-being, he insisted that none of the stories was actually true, and Mrs. Baria is no way against the marriage.

Clooney specifically wanted to put the rumor to rest that Baria had joked about Druze religious traditions that end up with the death of the bride. He judged the publication's "irresponsibility, in this day and age, to exploit religious difference where none exist," and called the report "negligent" and "dangerous" and that Mrs. Baria is not even Druze.

"If they fabricate stories of Amal being pregnant, or that the marriage will take place on the set of Downtown Abbey, or that I'm running for office...I don't care," the star concedes. "When they put my family and friends in harm's way, they cross far beyond just a laughable tabloid and into the arena of inciting violence." The Daily Mail has since taken down the article, has apologized to Clooney for the story and lunched a full investigation.

 

However the newspaper explained that the story was not a fabrication but supplied in good faith by a reputable and trusted freelance journalist and apologized to George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin and her mother Baria for any distress caused.


by Jamil Richane

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Almaz Mix , Jul 27 , 2014

Love this couple!


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