After reading an article in the New York Times claiming she used a ghostwriter on her cookbook, My Father's Daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow took to her Goop website to tell the world that those claims are not true.
"I don't normally address false reporting in the media but this week I would like to clarify something. Last week, The New York Times inferred that I used a ghostwriter on my cookbook, My Father's Daughter, which to me means someone else wrote the recipes and text," Paltrow wrote. "That is not the case. My Father's Daughter was a three year labor or love, a collection of the food I make and serve loved ones, an ode to my dad. I had lots of tremendous assistance with things like note taking, recipe testing, logistical planning, but the recipes and words are all mine and come from my heart."
To read the original New York Times article, click here.