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Angelina Jolie is frisky

May 30, 2006 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments



Although there have been few specifics about the birth of Shiloh Jolie-Pitt in Namibia on Saturday, most reports are saying Angelina Jolie underwent a planned c-section. So why would a healthy 30 year old woman choose to have a complicated surgery in a country with less than exemplary medical care? According to one email, it’s because of her STD. Herpes, to be specific.

“So I had to contribute a tid bit I heard when I was working for 20th Century Fox (in an executive position that will go unnamed) … we produced ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’. Angie and Brad were indeed having sex on that film, and she apparently gave him some STD’s, and that’s how Jennifer Aniston first found out … If you are young, like Angelina Jolie, and healthy, the reason for c-section is almost always herpes. Jennifer Garner is another herpes mom, Madonna another. Both delivered small babies by c-section. Katie Holmes is another.”

Obviously I have no idea if any of that is true. It is true that doctors recommend a c-section for women with herpes. According to MSNBC, “women with active herpes lesions or symptoms that a lesion is about ready to erupt should undergo a cesarean section to prevent the virus from infecting the baby during a vaginal delivery.” It’s also true that Garner and Madonna had c-sections, it has not been reported if Holmes did. Another fact is that, with Jolie out of the way, I am a mortal lock to win this years award for Hollywoods Hottest Buns. 

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