Lily Allen’s publicist has dismissed claims he supported a newspaper’s decision to run an interview with the star from before she lost her baby.
The Guardian newspaper’s G2 supplement recently ran an interview with Allen, 25, that she gave to them before suffering a miscarriage.
The publication was criticised for running the interview but a message on Guardian G2′s Twitter page said: “Some unhappy with our Lily Allen interview. We felt it was written with warmth and sympathy; her PR fully supported it, too.”
It added: “We contacted her PR to see if Lily would rather we didn’t publish. He supported publication of interview, thanked us for asking.”
However, her publicist, Murray Chalmers, did not agree with the British newspaper’s comments.
Chalmers wrote on Twitter: “Very annoying to hear that The Guardian are apparently claiming I supported their decision to print the Lily Allen interview.”
To read the interview, click here.