Jennifer Aniston wants to keep her private life private.
The former Friends star has told Parade magazine that what she does away from work is her own business — no one else’s.
“I feel like it’s no one’s business,” she said. “I don’t know about your life. I don’t want to, truthfully. It’s not my business.
“It’s a very strange thing. But somehow it’s like there was some clause somewhere that said, ‘Well, you’re a public person so we get to go into your house and search through your drawers.’
“I don’t know who came up with it because I wouldn’t have signed on. I don’t think anybody would have.”
Aniston, 40, also revealed how she earned money as a kid. “I made my allowance as a kid cleaning toilets,” she said. “I’m actually pretty good at it. I grew up with absolutely no money at all.
“I struggled for a while, but I was happy with my life whether I was making this amount of money, or that amount of money. I always enjoyed where I was working.
“I loved being a waitress. OK, I didn’t like time-share selling, I hated that job. But people used to say to me, ‘You need to focus on having ambition.’
“And I guess sort of following that advice allowed a lot to come to me. There’s just been a great ease with that evolvement in my life to being an actress. I didn’t change that much, but my bank account changed.”
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