She reportedly made the condition during negotiations with People and other magazines, which were competing to carry the first pictures of the latest additions to the Hollywood couple's family. The actress sought a promise from the winning magazine that it would not include any negative coverage of their family, not only in the piece about the twins but also in all future articles, according to reports.
However, People Deputy Managing Editor Peter Castro flatly denied it, saying it's "absolutely not true. People magazine never promises good publicity or any kind of editorial control. I guarantee you that, if Angelina Jolie screwed up, People magazine, along with a lot of other magazines, would be all over that story."