Bad things are a-brewin' in the Jolie-Pitt household, predicts love/rehab/hot mess expert Dr. Drew Pinsky. While shooting promos for his upcoming HLN talk show Dr. Drew, he spoke with the Huffington Post about the "nuclear eruption" that's looming for the pair. The first problem is Angelina. Says Pinsky, "There's no such thing as 'I was a heroin addict.' That doesn't exist in nature. Something is going on with [her] addiction. Or she's in recovery. And I don't see any evidence that's the case. So we've got one person who's a heroin addict."
And then she's paired with Brad and his "demeaning attitude towards other people's emotions"—Pinsky reminds us that the actor has said things like, "Well, Jennifer [Aniston] was into long-term relationships, that's just her way of looking at things." Put the two together, and you have "a really volatile situation. And they're constantly creating things to weld themselves together. There will be some sort of meltdown that will be phenomenal when it does happen."
Dr. Drew Apologizes: In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Dr. Drew basically called Angelina Jolie a heroin addict. In fact his exact words were, “There’s no such thing as ‘I was a heroin addict.’ That doesn’t exist in nature. Something is going on with [her] addiction.” Turns out that was all taken entirely out of context and was never meant to be printed, according to the good doctor who in no way woke up with the severed head of a Vietnamese child in his bed this morning. Stop taking me out of context! RadarOnline reports: “Literally as though one was speculating, just going through an exercise of speculation and not some sort of analysis that was supposed to be factual or for public discourse… I could not be more upset and disturbed that these things were printed as though I was making some sort of categorical analysis of people I really don’t know. … “I wish them the best, I hope they do well, enjoy the holidays with their kids and have a nice time. I wish them no ill, believe me… I’m sorry these comments were taken out of context and made public,” he added. So, in other words, “Thanks for the publicity. Please don’t kill me for drug money.” Wisely played.