‘You have no idea’ Diane Kruger hits out as cheating rumours swirl


As fans of former couple, Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson, come to terms with the news that they have called time on their relationship, Diane has been forced to defend herself against criticism levelled at her on Instagram.

After posting Jimi Hendrix lyrics which appear to refer to her recent break-up, the 40-year-old actress faced into a barrage of negative comments, which she decided warranted a response.

While she did direct her response at one specific Instagram user, we imagine Diane hoped the reply would resonate with all her online critics.

 "You have no idea what is really going on, nor do you know me or Josh," she began in a post to one of her followers yesterday.


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"I don't know how your mother raised you and you are certainly entitled to your ignorant opinion, but don't forget that even though we actors are in the public eye, we are also humans," she continued.

With rumours circulating last year that the star was seen kissing Norman Reedus in December, some Instagram users fed into the reports, with one writing: "Poor JJ. He deserved better than to be cheated on by his girl and a friend."


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"It's because she has and still is seeing Norman Reedus, watch in a few weeks they will become public," wrote one follower.

 Echoing these sentiments, another remarked: "Waiting on the Reedus announcement now – open "secret" at this point."

"Obviously, privacy is important, but I think an official announcement was best," opined another. 

"Better everyone KNOWS that you're single rather than see you sneaking around all over Europe when you were publicly supposed to be "committed" to someone else."

Unsurprisingly, the actress felt compelled to weigh in on the discussion, writing: "I feel sorry for your small mindedness and I truly hope that you are never treated as you permit yourself to treat others," she asserted in a post which has been liked thousands of times since its upload.