The Ebola virus is spreading around the world and sparks panic among many famous and not-so-famous people. Last week, the star of TV series 'Beverly Hills 90210' Tori Spelling was hospitalized after prolonged coughing. The woman was afraid that she might have this terrible disease, but it turned out to be an ordinary bronchitis. Nevertheless, many stars avoid any tactile contact. Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway is not an exception.
The famous Argentine journalist Alexis Puig, who flew to the United States for the premiere of 'Interstellar' movie held in Los Angeles told about celebrity's fear.
"Anne Hathaway didn't shake my hand because she was afraid of Ebola. Of course, I'm a journalist from the third world country…" he wrote ironically on his Twitter.
However, according to the journalist, other celebrities have behaved quite differently.
"Christopher Nolan, Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Chastain were great in the interviews [and none of them denied me their hands].Take that Anne!" concluded his appeal journalist.
The actress dismisses such allegations immediately. The official representative of the celebrity said at the time of the premiere Hathaway was sick and worried about other people.
"That is nonsense – she wasn't shaking anyone's hands because she was coming down with a cold and didn't want to get anyone sick." he said.