George Clooney was so upset with the report published by the Daily Mail that the famous actor actually claimed that he will not accept their apology.
So, George Clooney totally rejected the apology that the Daily Mail issued. The British tabloid wanted to apologize to Clooney on the story regarding his relationship to Amal Alamuddin, the current fiancé of the Hollywood star. This report was called by Clooney an absolute lie. Consequently, the tabloid apologized for the distress they caused the star and his family.
“The problem is that none of that is true. The original story never cites that source, but instead goes out of its way to insist on four different occasions that ‘a family friend’ spoke directly to the Mail. A ‘family friend’ was the source. So, either they were lying originally or they’re lying now,” George Clooney said according to USA Today. Clooney also claimed that this is not the first time when the Daily Mail publishes an untrue story.
George Clooney said that he thanks the Mail for the fact that they apologized to him, but he would never accept this apology. “So I thank the Mail for its apology. Not that I would ever accept it, but because in doing so they’ve exposed themselves as the worst kind of tabloid,” he claimed.
George Clooney seems to be extremely upset on the Daily Mail, as they published a story about Amal’s family. The story claimed that a source told the tabloid that Clooney’s future mother in law is not happy at all with this relationship. The tabloid claimed that Amal’s mom does not approve the marriage with Clooney. Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney announced their engagement in April. The couple has not shared the date of their wedding.
Well, Clooney said to be very happy with his fiancé and also claimed that he gets along perfectly with her family. Clooney said that the article that the Daily Mail published is a “premeditated lie.” This is one of the few times when Clooney decided to talk about his personal life, so the newest issue of the Daily Mail made him so angry that he wanted to clarify things out.