Ge­orge Clooney is wor­ried sick about his chil­dren’s safety

THE AC­TOR IS WOR­RIED SICK ABOUT THE SAFETY OF HIS TWO YOUNG CHIL­DREN

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Amid re­ports Ge­orge Clooney’s mar­riage to Amal is turn­ing sour, the Hol­ly­wood heavy­weight has found him­self faced with an­other fam­ily dilemma: he’s now said to be fear­ing for his chil­dren’s safety. In­sid­ers say the ac­tor has hired full-time se­cu­rity to watch over his 16-month-old twins, Alexan­der and Ella, af­ter be­ing rocked by a bomb scare, death threats and kid­nap­ping fears.

De­spite their mar­riage woes, the ac­tor, 57, and 40-year-old Amal are united in their bid to pro­tect their kids af­ter Ge­orge was tar­geted by so-called ‘MAGA bomber’ Ce­sar Sayoc – and a set of ex­plo­sives were found near their man­sion in Italy’s Lake Como. When Ge­orge was hurt in a scooter ac­ci­dent in July, Ce­sar ram­bled on his now-deleted Twit­ter ac­count, ‘It a big cel­e­bra­tion Ge­orge Clooney crashes and should have died. We al­most had a su­per cel­e­bra­tion prayers answer Hol­ly­wood slime of the cen­tury died. His time com­ing… awe­some.’

It’s not the first time they’ve faced se­cu­rity fears. The ac­tor is an ad­vo­cate for find­ing a res­o­lu­tion for the Dar­fur con­flict in South Su­dan and Amal is a high-pro­file hu­man rights lawyer, who has been in­volved in many con­tro­ver­sial in­ter­na­tional cases, in­clud­ing rep­re­sent­ing an ISIS kid­nap­ping vic­tim. ‘We de­cided to be much more re­spon­si­ble to avoid the dan­ger,’ Ge­orge shared re­cently. ‘I won’t go to South Su­dan any more or the Congo, Amal will no longer go to Iraq, and she’ll avoid places she knows she isn’t wel­come.’ And the ac­tor won’t be tak­ing any chances this time around ei­ther, in­creas­ing se­cu­rity to pro­tect his fam­ily. ‘He’s waited so long for this fam­ily, he’ll do what­ever it takes to keep them safe.’

‘Ge­orge’s big­gest fear is any­thing hap­pen­ing to Amal [and the twins],’ tells an in­sider

The Clooneys’ home backs di­rectly onto the lake where the bombs were found

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