While promoting Salt, Angelina Jolie has been photographed looking picture perfect in destinations around the globe — whether she’s leading her brood through a Tokyo airport or looking breathtakingly beautiful in a crimson dress at her Moscow movie premiere. However, Star has obtained exclusive scandalous photos that could spell the end of her relationship with Brad Pitt.
In the Aug. 9 issue of Star, on sale today, we have eight never-before-seen graphic photos — taken by a friend who she often did drugs with — that Angelina would rather forget.
In one set, the now-mother of six has black tape over her nipples and a dog leash around her neck. Others show her during a 14-hour heroin-smoking bender.
“The photographs are a startling reminder to Angelina of a period in her life I’m sure she wants to forget, a shady piece of her history that she’s kept hidden away, even from Brad,” celebrity biographer Andrew Morton, author of Angelina: An Unauthorized Biography, tells Star in our cover story.
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Source: Star magazine
In June, 2008 issue of InTouch Weekly, Dr. Drew Pinsky said, “I’m concerned with what’s really going on with Angelina Jolie. I’ve never seen someone remit heroin completely. You’re either still on heroin, OxyContin or something else. Unless you’re dead. Is she still using something? Is she in recovery? If she’s in recovery, I don’t see any evidence of it, because people in recovery invest themselves in simple, selfless acts of service, not global self-serving acts.”
So, then, what is the good doctor suggesting? It seems as though Dr. Pinsky is saying that because Angelina is involved in what he describes as “global, self-serving acts,” she must be still hooked. Or could it be that Angelina has simply kicked the habit? I feel that she has most probably switched to some other form of outlet. Let us keep in mind that drugs such as heroin, for example, are cries for help from within a lonely soul.
Perhaps Angelina has found her need for love fulfilled in global work – regardless of what Dr. Pinsky implies. Also, bear in mind that few doctors believe in the power of the will, soul or higher intervention. After all, it wouldn’t be financially beneficial to their allopathic business of selling pharmaceuticals.
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