Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jennifer Aniston breaks the law On driving


Jennifer Aniston is one of Hollywood's most squeaky clean stars. But the 41-year-old appeared to clearly flout the law as she was seen at the wheel of her car with mobile phone in hand.

And in another frame the actress appeared to be chatting on the phone using the speaker facility while driving in Los Angeles.


Uh-oh: Jennifer Aniston controls her vehicle with just one hand as she holds her mobile phone in the other while driving in Los Angeles

Aniston's actions came a few months after Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger's wife Maria Shriver was caught red-handed driving while on her mobile.

Los Angeles has enforced a state-wide ban on using mobile phones while driving since July 2008.

It carries a fine of $20 on the first conviction and $50 on the second, not including penalties.

Clearly an important call that just couldn't wait. But any fine will be pocket change to a star of Aniston's calibre, but embarrassing nonetheless.


The actress appears to be chatting on the phone while using the speaker facility but a ban on using mobile phones while driving has been in place singer 2008

Meanwhile, it has emerged that the actress's former husband, Brad Pitt and his partner Angelina Jolie will not be attending the Golden Globe Awards.

According to reports, the reason they are avoiding the awards is because Pitt, 46, has not been nominated for his role in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.

'They're not going because he's not nominated individually, Inglourious Basterds is, but not him,' Jolie's stylist, Jen Rade told E! News.

But other sources claim the two do not want to risk running into Pitt's ex-wife, actress who is expected to attend the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on January 17.

Pitt's manager has confirmed the actor will not be there.

Today it was announced Brad and Angelina's charitable foundation is contributing $1 million to the emergency medical operation responding to the devastating 7.0-magnitude quake in Haiti.

Pitt said in a statement: 'We understand the first response is critical to serve the immediate needs of countless people who are now displaced from their homes, are suffering trauma, and most require urgent care.'

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