Brad Pitt unleashes lawyers over baby photos
Yummy mommy Angelina Jolie and equally dishy dad Brad Pitt have unleashed their pack of legal guard dogs on Web sites and media outlets that might be tempted to run paparazzi pictures of their new twins. The public document collectors at the Web site The Smoking Gun have posted a copy of the letter Pitt's lawyers sent about "malicious" invasion of privacy using telescopic lenses on private property.
Unlike the rest of us who can be caught by a camera on any Ybor City street corner, Pitt maintains that when $11 million has allegedly been paid for exclusive photos of their babes, no freeloading is allowed.
In other Brangelina news, Us magazine is reporting that a “close” source in the household revealed that the impatient couple used in vitro fertilization to conceive the twins to skip the stress of trying to get pregnant. Of course in their hurry for a shortcut they might have missed the fine print of the chance for multiples increasing greatly when you conceive in a test tube
Sharon Kennedy Wynne