In the June 25 issue of Newsweek — hitting newsstands tomorrow — actress Angelina Jolie expressed her frustration with the media’s handling of an incident which took place in India while she shot her new film A Mighty Heart. During a scuffle with paparazzi, it was alleged that two of her bodyguards hurled racial insults at Indian school children; Although the charges were almost immediately dropped, the backlash lingered, and clearly struck a nerve with Angelina the mom.
We’ve become so eager to accuse people of being racist, but I would rather they make up almost any other story — about me sleeping with someone, anything — but that. It’s not only a crazy accusation, but it’s the most insulting thing you could ever say about me, that I would employ someone who would be disrespectful to someone’s race or harm a child. [The bodyguards] take care of my kids.
Also in the interview Angelina — who has four children, Maddox, 5 1/2, Pax, 3 1/2, Zahara, 2 1/2, and Shiloh, 1, with boyfriend Brad Pitt — said the couple wants "to have as big a family as we can."
Our only restriction is making sure we have time for everybody, and we’re finding that we have the ability to do that.
Brad acknowledged that the couple tends to "do things in extremes," but added that he’s "always embraced big changes, and this feels very natural."
It’s just the most fun I’ve ever had.
Source: MSNBC via Newsweek