People may have said a lot of things about me in the past, but never has my sister bothered to deny them – we’d usually just laugh about it.
At school as a teenager one of my friend’s shirts went missing and one of the Mean Girls in our year told my mate that she believed that I was likely responsible because I knew boys who didn’t go to our school who had tattoos or something.
She also likely had issues because her family had nicknamed her ‘Tiggy’ so everyone, even the teachers called her it (I can’t remember her real name but it was no doubt equally as ridiculous) and she’d drawn the short straw genetically so out of her and her sisters she was the one deemed most likely to end up ‘unmarried’ (gasp! pass the smelling salts! Tiggy may have to be a career girl!).
My response? That I wouldn’t have stolen it because I was ‘too fat to fit into it’ and my sister spent the following week picking up random items of clothing of mine around the house such as a bra and waving them around for all to see declaring they belonged to King Kong and that I had stolen it because ‘it would fit’.
The point of this embarrassing story is that no-one bothers fiercely denying anything that everyone knows not to be true.
Unless they are George Clooney’s sister Adelia Zeidler and living in Australia and they believe it’s “ridiculous” to even speculate that George is gay.
She said: “That’s quite ridiculous, we don’t even listen when people say things like that anymore.”
So why talk about it then? Why not just crack a joke? Adelia has lived in Australia for three decades so probably has no idea what George gets up to in the sack and with former professional wrestler Stacey Kiebler as his current night-time sparring partner probably doesn’t want to know.
She said: “I just generally keep him up with what’s going on in my life.
“And he’ll tell me things that are going on here and there. But mostly we just gab like brothers and sisters do.”
So she calls him up, talks about herself then he hangs up. It sounds to me like she’s the one who has a fear of this subject, not George who has said in interviews many times that he doesn’t care if people think he’s gay.
But he’s not gay in case you were wondering.
My take is that he prefers women (he offered one of bohomoth’s female friends a sh&g when she was at his villa in Lake Como in the past) but occasionally enjoys a bit of man if the time and the place is right. And why not? The only problem I have with it is him not calling me to come over and watch. Memo to George’s sister down under- it’s 2012!
And it’s not gay if you close your eyes is it now, George and Brad?