Well, if the latest Hollywood scandals dominating the media focus are any indication, I'd say she's right.
But does this old saying ring a bell; He who is without sin among you, let him be the first to throw a stone?
The capacity to be flawed is not special. It runs in everyone, famous or not.
The truth is, and I learned this very early in life, you never know what situations you will be faced with and whether or not in those moments, you will be able to rely on the integrity of your actions.
Who are any of us to judge? You're not living unless you're making mistakes.
Like most people, the only way I was going to learn about life, to learn about myself, was by making one constructive, healthy, dramatic, tragic, reactive, stupid, careless mistake after another.
Enough mistakes anyway, to form a bunch of gooey, yummy good stuff in between. Thank God no one knew who I was!
If the mistakes I made in my formative years were exposed to the degree that much of young Hollywood's lives are today, I guarantee you I'd be in worse shape than they are now. Wouldn't we all?