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Thursday 26 May 2016

Witherspoon husband thinks there’s a ‘flip side’ to her

Published 05/05/2013

Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon

Jim Toth admits there is a flip side to his wife Reese Witherspoon who is usually a “good lady”.

The celebrity agent admitted she can turn nasty in new video evidence of their arrest on April 19.

After telling police that she is “a good lady” Jim Toth revealed she was having a disruptive moment that wasn’t rare.

“She’s a good lady. There’s just often times, she gets, there’s just a flip side to everything,” he commented from the back of a car driving them to the station.

Jim was stopped by officers when he was suspected of driving under influence.

However Reese was then taken into custody too when she allegedly prevented the police from doing their job in Atlanta, Georgia.

“I respect you and what you are doing,” he is heard saying in new audio. “The other side of the coin is… sometimes I know it’s very easy to look at her life and my life, you think we are entitled, but there is a lot of harassment that goes along with it.

“I don’t expect you to understand. I get you have to do your job.”

Reese has admitted to lying about being pregnant in order to be excused to use that bathroom and also told police they were “about to find out who I am” when one admitted he was unaware of her name.

When Reese was being taken away for disorderly conduct, Jim told them; “I had absolutely nothing to do with that.”

Reese was asked to pay a $213 fine while Jim must perform 40 hours of community service, attend alcohol education classes and is on 12 months of probation.

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