Angelina Jolie waged "a mean-spirited but effective campaign" against Jennifer Aniston when Brad Pitt divorced the 'Friends" star
to be with her, according to a new book. Titled Brangelina: The
Untold Story of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the tell-all has
revealed that Jolie, 34, —planted press stories in 2005 that
painted Aniston in a negative light.
Author Ian Halperin said that other helping the Tomb Raider star
in scheming the press attack included her manager Geyer Kosinski
and brother James Haven. And the stories specifically claimed that
Aniston firmly prioritised her career over starting a family --
which put her directly at odds with Pitt, who ached for kids.
Jolie, "was convinced that this is the story that would resonate
with all these women who saw her as a man-stealing bitch," Us
magazine quoted Halperin as saying in the book.