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AH: Aniston tired of being a ‘victim’

Actress sick of how love life has become tabloid fodder
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn walked hand-in-hand over the weekend — all bundled up against the cold in Aspen, Colo.

The twosome attended the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival where Vince celebrated the 10th anniversary of his cult smash with Jon Favreau, “Swingers.”

But recently, Jen opened up in the April issue of Vogue about Vince, her co-star in the upcoming movie “The Break-Up,” saying: “First and foremost, he’s a really good, loyal friend. Fiercely loyal.”

As for the Aniston-Pitt-Jolie tabloid fest, Jen can’t stand it:

“Don’t make me your victim. I’m so tired of being part of this sick, twisted Bermuda Triangle. All I can do is go on and live my life.”

Jen added: “…these are human beings…It’s real.”

Jen might be happy to know that she is no victim in the eyes of Michael Douglas. Surprisingly, Douglas, the United Nations Messenger of Peace, sounds off in the April issue of GQ, saying:

“I don’t know about Brad Pitt, leaving that beautiful wife to go hold orphans for Angelina. I mean, how long is that going to last?”

And in Jolie’s corner? Sharon Stone, who at 48, oozes sex appeal in the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar.

The AIDS activist speaks highly of colleague Angelina Jolie’s humanitarian efforts by saying:

“Now, that’s a woman with experience. She’s no wuss. She’s someone walkin’ her walk and talkin’ her talk.”