George Clooney And Wife Amal Alamuddin In Deep Trouble After Human Rights Lawyer Disrespected UN Ambassador

By Edelweiss Snow, Parent Herald October 19, 05:30 pm

George Clooney and wife Amal Alamuddin pregnancy rumors have been a hot topic online recently. However, things quickly turned sour after new reports started to claim that the actor's barrister wife has started to be a diva once again. This time, the alleged incident happened in a meeting with a UN Ambassador.

If rumors are true, George Clooney and wife Amal Alamuddin should learn how to be careful with their actions since they are both public figures. As Celeb Dirty Laundry reported, Amal reportedly disrespected Iraqi UN ambassador Ali Alhakim. The international human rights lawyer used a very "dismissive" and "lecturing" tone at the ambassador all while she reportedly brought in her own camera crew without any permission.

The publication continued to share that Amal even demanded to meet the prime minister. After the ruckus, sources claimed that Amal was escorted out of the event because of the trouble that ensued because of her.

This was not the first time George and wife Amal landed in boiling water for the barrister's attitude. While no one really knows if these rumors are true, sources claim that all the speculations about the Clooneys should be taken with a grain of salt.

Meanwhile, it was previously reported that George Clooney and wife Amal have purchased a new home in an upscale Manhattan. As Page Six noted, the couple bought a lush Manhattan condo worth $65M. Their new 6,760 square feet property allegedly has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

While it was not disclosed why the couple purchased a new property, many have started to think that this could be their first step to start their own family. As Celeb Dirty Laundry previously noted, Amal is not really comfortable living in L.A.

Stay tuned for more George Clooney and wife Amal Alamuddin pregnancy updates here!

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