Anne Hathaway's long list of demands

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagicActress Anne Hathaway attends the 2013 Pink Party at Hangar 8 on October 19

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagicActress Anne Hathaway attends the 2013 Pink Party at Hangar 8 on October 19

Anne Hathaway is the “hated skinny brunette” to Gwyneth Paltrow’s “hated skinny blonde,” and according to Radar Online, folks now have even more reason to pooh-pooh the “Les Miserables” star.

Hathaway showed up at a cancer research charity event in Santa Monica — in and of itself not evil — but brought with her a “long list of demands,” including asking guests not to talk to her or ask for autographs.

Even though her requests were respected, Radar says she behaved “rudely,” like a b****” and “just sat there and rolled her eyes all night.”

Hmmm, sounds hard to believe, unless of course they ran out of Diet Coke.

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