Jennifer Aniston is the picture of wholesome and pure Hollywood America. She's the girl next door that every man has a secret passion for. She's the proverbial librarian with the outer appeal of a school-marm and the inner allure of a sex goddess. You know the type. All about being well-mannered in public until she breaks out the bullwhip and handcuffs in the bedroom.
She's also the unattainable and sometimes the desperate. The woman we see in tabloids as constantly looking for or breaking up with the supposed man of her dreams. And the celebrity who will pose nude to attract the attention of any Hollywood bound man as long as he's ready to settle down -- and even that has failed horribly for Miss Aniston in the past. The real concern when she's on the cover of magazines is, "Is Jennifer Aniston too good to be true? Is she full of hot air when it comes to being the nice one in show business?"
The most recent case of Aniston shock and awe comes from her when her name was used to bring home a deadbeat dad; a man who had skipped out on almost $50,000 worth of child support over a 19 year period. A bounty hunter and the man's ex-girlfriend pretended to be scouting for a movie, wondering if the deadbeat dad would fly from his extradition-free home in Hawaii to be apart of it. The film would star Jennifer Aniston and the whole story was authentic enough to get aforementioned MIA pappa to show up to be arrested. It was a great and inventive way to catch a deadbeat, but Aniston's name was simply used as bait. News reports would have you believe that Jennifer Aniston was in on it, but it's doubtful she knew about it or had any hand in orchestrating what happened.
On another note, it's understandable that Aniston's name would be used to sell magazines and lure wanna-be moviestars to their jailtime. She's a popular actress, so the guy probably had the thought that he would meet her onset before beginning his famous career by her side forevermore. Poor, dumb slob. However, it isn't right that Jennifer Aniston is hailed as the hero when she literally played no part other than being mentioned through an entrapment email.