MADRID - Angelina Jolie recently managed to get away for a few days and flew from her hometown of Provence, France to Madrid, Spain.
She told Brad (Pitt) that she needed some alone time away from him and the half dozen kids because she did not want to end up all stressed out and frustrated like Kate Gosselin who has 8 kids and Nadya "OctoMom" Suleman who has 14 kids.
Brad and Angie recently spent three days and nights at Eva Longoria's La Happy Hacienda Hotel in Ensenada, Mexico.
According to Spain's Olé News Jolie checked into Madrid's exquisitely luxurious Hotel El Toro Malo which is one of the top hotels in Europe.
Spain natives Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz both say that El Toro Malo's Bullring Restaurant serves the best Grilled Sardines dipped in Gazpacho in the entire civilized world.
Olé News asked Jolie about the rumor that she flew to Madrid knowing that Mel Gibson would also be there on business. Jolie replied that she had no idea he'd be there and added that her and Mel have been friends for a long time even way before she stole Brad away from Jennifer Aniston.
Angie was shown three photographs that purportedly show her in a secluded area of the hotel courtyard and she appears to be sitting on Mel Gibson's lap.
Angelina viewed the photos and replied that they had been photoshopped. She did admit that she'd had dinner and drinks with Gibson but that afterwards he returned to his room and she returned to hers.
When she was shown photos of her allegedly entering Gibson's room she at first remarked that they were photoshopped but then she stated that she had merely gone to his room to get some Tylenol since she had a real bad headache from drinking too much Tinto Pesquera Ribera del Duero Wine.
Mel Gibson was asked to comment but he refused saying that he is still extremely traumatized over the outcome of his financial settlement with his ex-future wife Oksana Grigorieva.
Angelina Jolie and Mel Gibson have been rumored to be appearing along with Sandra Bullock and Kim Kardashian in Amaretto and Staccato Monteverdi's suspense thriller 'The Vampire Bitches of Barcelona.'