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Monday 30 May 2016

Witherspoon husband despises silly stars

Published 04/05/2013

Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon’s husband Jim Toth “hates when celebrities act like idiots” and is a “down-to-earth” guy according to friends.

Talent agent Jim Toth was arrested for driving under the influence in Atlanta on April 19.

Reese accompanied him at the time and she also got taken into custody after mouthing off to a police officer. Jim was reportedly embarrassed when his wife went on a rant to police.

He is generally unimpressed by stars who exhibit diva antics in public.

“He hates that kind of behaviour,” a source told Radar Online. “He is not impressed by fame and fortune and hates when celebrities behave like idiots.”

Despite sharing a life with celebrity wife Reese, Jim is described as an unassuming man.

Apparently he has a laidback and humorous personality.

“He’s actually a really down-to-earth type of person who is also very funny and not caught-up by the Hollywood scene,” the insider clarified.

While in Atlanta, Georgia, Reese ended up in trouble with the law when she lied to a law enforcement officer and failed to comply with orders.

“Do you know my name sir?” the 37-year-old said as she was being arrested. “You’re about to find out who I am.”

Jim apparently made it clear he was not supporting his wife’s rebellious actions at the time of arrest.

He told police he didn’t encourage her comments.

“I had absolutely nothing to do with that,” he pointed out in a videotape which has been published online.

“Ironically, he was the type of guy that would never drink and drive and who was not even a drinker,” the insider continued. “We are not talking about some hard partying agent type here, he’s a stand-up guy.”

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