Brooke Shields has hit out at her ex-husband Andre Agassi for claiming she had a say in his tell-all autobiography - because the tennis ace refused to let her make changes to the book. Agassi went public last year with private details of his two-year marriage to the actress in his tome, "Open".
Shields is planning her own memoir to put her side of their union across, insisting her former partner left a lot of details out - and she's fuming at his claims she vetted his book. Shields tells Britain's Easy Living magazine, "He made me sit in a room with his ghost writer and read what the writer had written."
"And of course he wouldn't change anything I remembered differently, so I was like, why did I read it then? So you can tell everybody, 'She read it.'? Which means, 'She's put her stamp of approval on it?' I didn't put my stamp of approval on anything. It wasn't what I remembered."
"I don't know why he wrote the book, I'm not sure he's gotten the reaction he hoped for."