DAME Elizabeth Taylor is furious with the producers of an Australian TV news show for questioning the authenticity of a magazine profile on the veteran star.
Presenters on Australia's MEDIA WATCH questioned the Vogue article after discovering 15 of Taylor's 19 answers had already been published word-for-word elsewhere in print or on television.
Taylor was outraged when she heard about the show and sent a scathing voicemail message to producers.
The quotes in Vogue were attributed to Taylor and supplied to the magazine by CHRISTINE BOOKALLIL, the Sydney publicist for the film legend's jewellery company, House of Taylor.
Executive producer TIM PALMER told the Sydney Daily Telegraph after exchanging emails with Bookallil's lawyer, they were shocked to receive a call from Taylor herself.
The 75-year-old was reportedly furious about the apparent attack on Bookallil and Vogue's integrity saying, "We know each other very well.
"Any quotes she may have come up with are things I have said before... She certainly wasn't making it up.
"I respect her and adore her. She's a good woman and whoever's after her should be put down. I don't mean like a dog, but that's not a bad idea."
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