Jolie 'drug tape' for sale: Reports

A videotape that allegedly shows Angelina Jolie snorting and smoking heroin has been offered for sale - according to reports.

A source tells the National Enquirer the tape shows Jolie, before she was famous, taking drugs with friends.

The actress has admitted using hard drugs in the past. She once said: "I've done coke, heroin, ecstasy, LSD everything. I hate heroin because I've been fascinated with it. I'm not immune, but I won't do it now, at all."

But video proof could damage her career and reputation as a charity campaigner.

The Enquirer's source claims the tape's owner is seeking $70,000 (€45,092) for its sale - telling the tabloid: "It appears to be from the 1990s, right before Angelina - then in her 20s - was breaking out in films like Gia and Girl, Interrupted, which won her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

"The key part of the tape is Angelina doing heroin. She says: 'Wow, this is really good smack - not that cheap crap that's been stepped on.'

"Angelina is seen sniffing white lines from a plate, and then as the drug cooks on tinfoil, she deeply sucks in its smoke through a tube."

A spokesperson for the star could not be reached.

More in this Section

Billy Connolly shares update on Parkinson’s diseaseBilly Connolly shares update on Parkinson’s disease

Ferne McCann: ‘Sunday was captivated by Japan – she’s my little travel buddy’Ferne McCann: ‘Sunday was captivated by Japan – she’s my little travel buddy’

Ryan Reynolds reveals sex of his third child with Blake LivelyRyan Reynolds reveals sex of his third child with Blake Lively

Netflix reveals Stranger Things season three streaming numbersNetflix reveals Stranger Things season three streaming numbers


Lifestyle

Leopard print midi dresses and sequins swirled beneath glossy goddess hair and golden headbands as the great and the good of Cork gathered for ieStyle Live.Leopard print and sequins to the fore at inaugural #IEStyleLive event

You have a long half-term break ahead of you all, and there’s only so much screen time anyone in the family can handle. Everyone is going to need a book-break at some point or another.We reviewed some of the best new books to keep kids entertained over half-term

Sexual politics, snideput-downs and family rivalries are fuelling the trouble brewing in a small Midlands town.Charlie Murphy and Pat Shortt star in new Irish film 'Dark lies the Island'

Robert Hume tells of the eccentric MP for Athboy, Co. Meath – born 300 years ago this month – who thought he was a teapot, and was afraid his spout might break off.A strange brew of a man: The MP for Meath who believed he was a teapot

More From The Irish Examiner