Scoop: Book claims Angelina had an affair with mom’s beau

Did Angelina Jolie have an affair with her own mother’s boyfriend when she was only 16? That’s what a new book by British biographer Andrew Morton is claiming. The pot-stirring writer, who also penned a controversial tome on Princess Diana, says the then-wild-child actress broke up mom Marcheline Bertrand’s relationship.

“Marcheline had a live-in boyfriend whom she was very much in love with, but Ange slept with him when she was 16 and barely out of school,” a source told the U.K.’s Now magazine. “Her mother found out and ended her relationship with the man.”

Though Angelina was publicly bereaved following Marcheline’s death from cancer two years ago, the tell-all alleges that mother and daughter were estranged for years following the incident.

“When Ange admitted the story to her brother James just a few weeks ago, even he turned on her,” continued the insider. “She has hardly anyone left in life who likes or trusts her.”

And according to the author of a second forthcoming tell-all, that would include Brad Pitt. Author Ian Halperin’s new book “Brangelina Exposed” promises to chronicle how the supercouple “have successfully manipulated the public into believing a glamorous fairy tale that bears little resemblance to the reality of the pair’s life together.”

Tale of Two Taylors

This is almost too perfect to be true: Breakout teen country singer Taylor Swift is dating breakout teen “New Moon” star Taylor Lautner. Not since Madonna started dating a guy named Jesus has a celebrity couple had such cute names.

“They have gotten closer,” a source told Us magazine of the duo, who watched a hockey game together Sunday in L.A. “They talk all the time, [and] they like each other.”

But with the 19-year-old singer touring and the 17-year-old actor filming “Eclipse,” they’re taking it slow. “It’s been hard with their schedules,” said the source. “They are both young and in the spotlight.”

We’re hoping it works out, just so we can start referring to them as TaySquared.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

 

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