Brooke Shields & Family Do Breakfast In Venice

Brooke Shields & Family Do Breakfast In Venice

Brooke Shields, mother Teri Shields, hubby Chris Henchy and their two daughters, Rowan Frances, 6, and Grier Hammond, 3, were seen heading to breakfast in Venice, CA on Sunday.

Brooke recently spoke out against the National Enquirer, who checked out her 75-year-old mother who is living with dementia, from her New Jersey nursing home by a journalist seeking a “tabloid story:” “My mother Teri Shields has been diagnosed with dementia. For her safety, she has temporarily been in a senior living facility, a very difficult decision for me. Late Thursday afternoon [May 14], I was alerted by Old Tappan Police that my mother had been signed out of the facility by two reporters of the National Enquirer … who falsely claimed they were friends of hers. They then drove my 75-year-old mother around looking for a tabloid story. As anyone knows who has a parent who suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s, it is one of the most difficult experiences you can go through as a son or daughter. The idea that the National Enquirer took advantage of her state is reprehensible and disgusting.” In a statement to PEOPLE, the 43-year-old Lipstick Jungle star stated, “I intend to take every lawful action against all who were involved or who authorized this despicable act.”

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  1. Peta

    No one can ever accuse the National Enquirer of being considerate and honest. That was low behaviour, even for a gossip rag.

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  2. Theresa

    I hope those lowlife’s responsible for such deception towards an elderly woman, who is suffering, are punished severely…such a dispicable act deserves it!

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  3. janie

    Brooke Shields is a class act! Love her!

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  4. Xx Maggie Xx

    Those reporters should be fired from their job. How did they dare do that, its appalling and they should be ashamed of themselves. Xx

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  5. Pencils

    They shouldn’t just be fired, isn’t that illegal? Maybe it depends on the state. The nursing home employees who let it happen should be fired also. And the National Enquirer should be sued for a LOT of money. Maybe they’ll learn their lesson. But I doubt it.

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