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Jennifer Aniston Threw Chair At Director

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Jennifer Aniston may have her faults, but se treats script supervisors and on set staff pretty well, if we are to believe her recent claims to Elle magazine. She cannot bear rudeness and she even through a chair at a director because she didn’t like the way he treated a staff member!

Ms. Aniston has hidden depths, it seems. But maybe the likes of Chris Brown are wondering why we didn’t learn of her chair throwing at the time and why “news” of his trashing a dressing room at Good Morning America are still rumbling on.

Aniston recently stepped behind the camera to create a TV movie about breast cancer for Lifetime’s Project Five. To publicize that, Aniston gave Elle magazine an interview in which she spoke about an incident she had on set of one of the films in which she acted.

“I threw a chair at a director. It wasn’t my proudest moment,” she tells the magazine “He was treating a script supervisor horribly… When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, ‘You can’t speak to people like that.’ I can’t tolerate it.”

Woo-hoo! Jennifer Aniston champion of the underdog!

Sadly, she didn’t reveal who the director was but if you’re like me you’re already trying to guess. Andy Tennant on the set of The Bounty Hunter? Or is that just wishful thinking?

Aniston loved her work behind the camera for Project Five, which she called an “amazing” project. So maybe she will do more of that in the future.

But the real questions remain: which movie director did Jennifer Aniston throw a chair at? How in the world did she get away with it?

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