All he wanted to do was share his positive experience, but one New Mexico shuttle bus driver found himself out of a job after discovering his response to a guest’s question breached the strict celebrity confidentiality policy.
Terry Siegler worked at the Encantado Resort in Santa Fe, where Jennifer Aniston stayed during filming for her new movie We're the Millers. But his employment came to an abrupt end when he told guests that Aniston was “very sweet and much more petite than I thought”.
He told TMZ that he was only responding to guests who had asked him if he had seen the actress at the hotel, but the guests were later overheard discussing the brief conversation about Aniston by one of her entourage.
“They brought [Aniston] up first… was I supposed to deny it?”
The hotel's manager told TMZ the company couldn’t confirm the allegations but said “We have a very strict confidentiality policy and we do enforce those policies.”
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