George Clooney Rejects Apology from UK’s ‘Daily Mail’, and went on to call the same as the ‘Most noticeably worst Kind of Tabloid’
George Clooney has rejected the conciliatory apology from DailyMail for a false story it distributed about his fiance’s mother, calling the paper “the most noticeably bad sort of tabloid.” The on-screen actor claims that the Daily Mail had distributed a ” self-made” and conceivably “risky” story including the fiance’s family. His fiance is Amal Alamuddin who is a human rights lawyer.
The Daily Mail had reported that Clooney’s soon to-be-mother law, Baria Alamuddin has a connection with the strict Druze religious organization and had been telling “a large portion of Beirut” that she restricted her little girl’s love marriage to the Goerge Clooney on religious grounds. Clooney shows a piece of his mind to the paper, saying each part of the story was false – Baria Alamuddin is not Druze. He noted that the paper is known for “making up stories” however contended that the Mail had crossed a line this time: it was endeavoring to excite religious sensitivities and prejudice to produce clicks.
In the apology, the managing editor of the online media, Charles Garside claims that the article was ‘not a fabrication,’ but ‘based the story on conversations with senior members of the Lebanese community.
The famous actor said, “What divides this from the greater part of the ludicrous things the Mail makes up is that now, by their confirmation, it might be turned out to be a lie. Actually, a planned lie. So I thank the Mail for its expression of remorse. Not that I would ever acknowledge it, but since in doing so they’ve uncovered themselves as the most exceedingly terrible sort of tabloid.”
We wish a peaceful and happy marriage of the top star and his love.