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Tuesday 28 July 2015

Diane Kruger: Mom gave Joshua police picture

Published 10/07/2013 | 14:55

Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger says the first meeting between her mother and boyfriend Joshua Jackson was a disaster.

The German actress appeared on US talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night where she discussed her mom's first meeting with her long-term boyfriend.

The 36-year-old joked that her mom Maria-Theresa thought it would be a "cute" idea to interrogate actor Joshua about his 2002 assault arrest.

"I thought we were doing so good and my mom says, 'Ah, wait I have something for you,'" Diane recalled.

"She goes into the office and comes back with this folder of internet clippings of Josh with his mugshot. She thought it would be cute to go, 'So I see you've been arrested at a hockey game. Who's fault was it?' You can imagine. We were there for three days, we did not speak for two. It was not good."

Diane has been in a relationship with the 35-year-old Dawson's Creek actor for seven years.

She confessed her love for another American star during her interview with Jimmy. She recalled her crush on cheesy Miami Vice actor Don Johnson when she was a teen, and admitted she still harbours feelings for the 63-year-old star.

"I will admit that when I was very young I had a huge crush on Don Johnson and I continue to do so," she blushed.

"Not for as you would think Miami Vice, but he made an album which you may know. I only really remember one song because it was my first kiss at 13-years-old at the trailer park that we spent our vacations in. [The first time I met him] I immediately start crying."

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