George Clooney Rejects Tabloid Apology

George Clooney, January 2008  (Stephen Chernin, Getty Images)
George Clooney, January 2008 (Stephen Chernin, Getty Images)
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Updated: 7/11 11:53 am

Actor GEORGE CLOONEY is determined to continue his feud with a British tabloid by rejecting an apology from the newspaper's bosses.

The Ocean's Eleven star slammed Mailonline.com - the website of the Daily Mail newspaper - for publishing a false story about his upcoming marriage to Amal Alamuddin, suggesting his future mother-in-law was unhappy with her daughter's choice of suitor.

Editors at the tabloid issued an apology this week, insisting the story was "not a fabrication" but accepting it was "inaccurate".

However, the Hollywood heartthrob is refusing to draw a line under the feud and has publicly rejected the apology.

In a new article for USA Today, published on Friday, he writes, "I thank the Mail for its apology. Not that I would ever accept it, but because in doing so they've exposed themselves as the worst kind of tabloid."

Clooney is expected to wed human rights lawyer Alamuddin later this year.

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