Angelina Jolie became frustrated when a reporter questioned her in a TV interview about her relationship with Brad Pitt, after both stars have made it clear they will not answer questions on the subject for the media.
The star was furious with journalist Ann Curry, who was interviewing her for the American premier of her film Mr. and Mrs. Smith, which also stars Pitt.
When Curry held up a copy of the magazine Us Weekly, showing a paparazzi shot of Jolie, Pitt and Jolie's son strolling on the beach, the star lost her cool.
The hostess tried to soothe the situation by saying, "This is insane", but Jolie she spat back: "You bought it, you're holding it... The fact is it's part of your program. It's something that we're talking about still."
The actress went on to insist her Kenyan break wasn't about a cover shot for a showbiz magazine: "That day needs to forever be a day that I made a sandcastle with my son."
Curry then gave Jolie an opportunity to clear the Air regarding her relationship with Pitt, but Jolie refused, stating, "You and I both know I could make a thousand statements right now and it doesn't matter. They'll (media) say what they wanna say and it's OK. My life will go on, and I need to focus on my life."
Since the interview, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have refusing to discuss their alleged relationship. The two stars now have legal documents to prevent such questioning. Jolie's lawyer, Robert Offer, explained, "In the event interviewer does ask Ms. Jolie any questions regarding her personal relationships, Ms. Jolie will have the right to immediately terminate the interview and leave."
Pitt, seems to be a bit more flexible. He is willing to talk about his charity projects, but he doesn't want to talk about Jolie.
Since the filming of Mr. and Mrs. Smith rumours have been circulating that the two stars are in a relationship together, which could have been behind Pitt's recent separation from wife, Jennifer Ansiton.