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'Stealing another woman's hubby a sin'

india Updated: Dec 21, 2006 13:54 IST
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While wives around the world might heave a sigh of relief with the knowledge that Angelina Jolie would never steal a husband, ex Mrs Pitt, Jennifer Aniston is unlikely to feel the same.

In an interview to Britain's Grazia magazine, the puffy-lipped actress has said that stealing another woman's husband is "one of the worst things you can do."

The Girl Interrupted star's recent claim seems to contradict her own stance, as she was highly criticised for snatching Brad Pitt from the former Friends star.

Angelina - who first met partner Pitt on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith when he was married to Aniston - says she hated her character in her latest movie, The Good Shepherd, because she seduces a married man, played by Matt Damon.

The 31-year-old - who now has a baby with Brad, Shiloh - told the publication, "She does one of the worst things a woman could do. One scene I actually had trouble shooting because I'm so against that behaviour."

"She seduces him, and entraps him into having a child. There's not much worse than that, is there? But they're both at fault. They both had sex that night," Tittletattle.com quoted her, as adding.

However, just last week, Angelina vehemently denied she and Brad had embarked on a relationship while he was still with Jennifer and insisted they remained "just good friends" until he split from his ex.

"He was married to his best friend who he loves and respects. Because of the film we were brought together and this strange partnership suddenly happened. I realised I couldn't wait to get to work. We spent a lot of time thinking and talking about what we wanted in life and realised we wanted very, very similar things. Then we remained good friends for a long time. And life developed in a way where we could be together and it felt like we should," she said.

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