Jennifer Aniston is denying the New York Post's breathless report that she blames Brad Pitt's cheating heart for the Golden Ones' split.
Her rep, Stephen Huvane, tells MSN Entertainment that the story, reportedly leaked from an upcoming Vanity Fair interview, is baloney. "Jennifer (had) a brief meeting with the writer of the Vanity Fair piece, but the sit-down interview has not yet happened."
Vanity Fair also tells Access Hollywood not to believe the hype.But the Post stands by the tale. The paper's gossip guru, Richard Johnson, tells the TV tab, "Let's see what (Vanity Fair has) to say when the issue comes out."
We'll have to wait and see I guess. While she says Brad my not have cheated, she still doesn't shy away from being critical (through a source) of Angelina Jolie's appointment as the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees.
"As far as she's concerned, the UN basically stood in the way of the US when we needed to defend ourselves," says a source close to the actress. "She also thinks that by associating herself with the UN Angelina is putting a pretty face on the oil-for-food scandal."
Okay then. So she still has some opinons about Ms. Jolie. While Brad may never have cheated with Angelina, he is in need for some major privacy. He's gone to some extreme attempts to make sure he get's some.
We're told Pitt has hired 24-hour security men to stand outside his new multimillion-dollar Malibu spread on the Pacific Coast Highway to take pictures of anyone who comes near the place. They also note the license plate numbers of any cars that park nearby or cruise the area. One guard let slip to our snitch that Pitt was recently chased on his motorcycle by a photographer on a motorbike, almost causing a Lindsay Lohan-type crash.