Jan Moir Reveals Angelina Jolie’s Dark Side, Is She Against Her?

Known for writing below-the-belt remarks and harsh comments on a number of famous celebs, Jan Moir fuels rumors on Angelina Jolie’s dark side in her recent article released by Daily Mail. Jan wrote against the well-known actress asking the question for the readers to answer, “should Angelina Jolie be idolized?” Who is Jan Moir? Jan Moir currently works for the Daily Mail as a British newspaper columnist, having previously worked for The Daily Telegraph and The Observer newspapers. She has won several awards in the journalism industry such as the “Lynda Lee-Potter award” for the outstanding woman journalist of the year and the British Press Awards “Interviewer of the Year” to name a few. [Image by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images] If some are known for having a harsh tongue, then Jan is someone who has a harsh mind. She is recognized for not sugarcoating her words and firing her blow on someone popular. Remember, that comment she made against Katherine Jenkins of being a fame-hungry attention seeker for wearing makeup while running in the London Marathon or calling the Dutch Cyclist Marianne Vos “some b**ch from Holland”? This woman is not someone that you should deal with so easily unless you want to get some third-degree burn from her. Recently, she has come under fire for Angelina Jolie’s supposedly angelic attitude and the BBC News’ lack of an outstanding interview with the actress. BBC’s not so spectacular interview with Angelina Jolie, says Jan Moir BBC News journalist Yalda Hakim had the opportunity to do a one-on-one interview with Angelina Jolie in a forest clearing in Cambodia and their meeting will be aired on Sunday’s News At Ten. The two women were barefooted as they sat cross-legged on a mattress, facing each other—not like any typical interview scene. Miss Hakim opened their discussion with Angelina’s new movie, First They Killed My Father, the first film the Hollywood star directed which is all about child abuse and the Cambodian massacre under the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s. Jolie then focused on her humanitarian vows and her concern for every individual’s welfare suffering from the cruelties of the world. First They Killed My Father: New Featurette – Directed by Angelina Jolie: https://t.co/2HAJFFN40D via @YouTube — Fãsde Angelina Jolie (@Fas_de_Angie) February 20, 2017 “I value human life, equally. Every single individual life,” she said in the interview. In the Daily Mail article, Jan Moir used Angelina’s statement above to point out her sour relationship with her ex-husband, Brad Pitt. Jan wrote that Angelina’s words were “snide, richly camouflaged but glancing blows which Miss Jolie landed on him during the interview.” The mother-of-six then told Hakim about her publicized divorce and tearfully added that she hopes for a stronger family despite the split. After that, the interview changes topic and focuses on Jolie’s routine in the morning. Jan Moir explicitly wrote that the interview should have just stuck with the “divorce” topic and not strayed elsewhere. The columnist mentioned that she didn’t actually blame Hakim’s lack of putting on a worthwhile interview because that attitude is “reflective of a Corporation-wide feebleness about mega-celebrities in general.” In simple words, she means that journalists are star struck when faced with highly-known celebrities. And that standards and protocol are not followed when it comes to meeting the famous. [Image by Jason Merritt/Getty Images] Putting on a show Jan gave us a new side of Angelina Jolie as she tackles in on her humanitarian work, hinting that it might all be for show as her acting career goes downhill and playing as a “victim” following the divorce. Although Jolie has done some good for the world, Jan left us a rhetorical question, “does she really deserve such worship?” The lengthy article ended with a meaningful conclusion—BBC delivers”tightly controlled interviews that put Angelina front and center as the good one…And that’s not news, it’s propaganda.” [Featured Image by Jordan Pix/Getty Images]

Andrea Tantaros Lawyer Claims Fox News Is Under Federal Criminal Investigation

The attorney representing Andrea Tantaros claims that her former employer, Fox News, is under federal criminal investigation. As yet unsubstantiated, the issue allegedly seems to be whether Fox News or its parent company, 21st Century Fox, properly disclosed sexual harassment payouts to several employees in required Securities and Exchange Commission filings or tried to hide the settlements from shareholders in an alleged violation of federal law. Tantaros’ lawyer, Judd Burstein, claims that one of his other clients, as yet unidentified, was subpoenaed to a federal grand jury as part of a supposed probe by the U.S. Attorney the Southern District of New York in Manhattan, the New York Daily News reported. “The investigation centers on whether Fox’s settlement payments to women alleging harassment were so material that they should have been disclosed to investors, according to a person familiar with the matter who declined to be named because details of the probe aren’t public,” Bloomberg explained. In a win for Fox News yesterday, a New York State Supreme Court judge ruled that Tantaros’ claims against the network will go to closed-door, binding arbitration rather than get sorted out in open court, as stipulated in her contract, which is standard in the industry. [Image by Mary Altaffer/AP Images] A Fox News spokeswoman responded to the attorney’s allegations that came up at the court hearing, the Hill noted. “The court granted FOX News’ motion to send Andrea Tantaros’ case to arbitration, where it always belonged, and rejected her counsel Judd Burstein’s histrionics. Apparently one of Mr. Burstein’s other clients has received a subpoena. Neither FOX News nor 21CF has received a subpoena, but we have been in communication with the U.S. Attorney’s office for months — we have and will continue to cooperate on all inquiries with any interested authorities.” Attorney Burstein also charges that Fox was spying on his client, according to NPR, while Fox executives asserted that the electronic surveillance allegation emerged “nearly six months after the Tantaros suit was filed and argued it was perfectly crafted to hit the company at a vulnerable time.” Burstein plans to file a separate legal complaint about the alleged snooping, USA Today detailed. Tantaros, 38, the popular ex-Outnumbered co-host, has been off the air since late April of 2016, which blocked her from providing analysis about the most unusual presidential election in U.S. history, something that in general can’t be good for any media pundit’s career or brand. The suspension also torpedoed the promotional launch of the fan favorite’s book Tied Up in Knots, a publication that figures prominently in the dispute. In August, Tantaros sued Fox News, former CEO Roger Ailes, and four other FNC defendants, claiming that the TV channel retaliated against her in the workplace for complaining to high-level executives there about alleged sexual harassment by Ailes. In legal papers, Tantaros characterized the network as a “Playboy Mansion-like cult” and also leveled accusations of misbehavior at other Fox News personalities. Part of the retaliation allegedly was in the form of a demotion from the higher-rated The Five to Outnumbered. [Image by Carlo Allegri/Invision/AP Images] Ailes and Fox have denied the allegations, and the channel insists that the suspension came because Tantaros failed to get pre-approval for her book manuscript and that Tantaros never lodged internal complaints about sexual harassment. In its response to the lawsuit, Fox also claimed that she was an “opportunist” and a “wannabe” sexual harassment victim. The network kept Andrea on the payroll, however, until October of 2016, when she appeared on Good Morning America to discuss the sexual harassment accusations, which violated a contractual confidentiality provision. Andrea Tantaros apparently has previously rejected a seven-figure settlement offer from Fox. [Featured Image by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP Images]