Clint Eastwood's estranged wife Dina Eastwood reportedly still loves him but is still determined to rid him and his ''negative energy'' from her life for good.
Clint Eastwood's estranged wife reportedly still loves him.
Diana Eastwood, who recently requested that her petition for a legal separation from the Oscar-winning actor and director be dismissed, is reportedly devastated that he is dating her former friend Erica Tomlinson-Fisher because she still has strong feelings for him.
But the former news reporter is determined to rid Clint, 83, and his ''negative energy'' from her life for good.
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that Dina spent a couple of hundred dollars on crystals, incense, sage and other items believed to have healing and cleansing powers in Crystal Fantasy in Palm Springs, California, last weekend, as she apparently wanted to remove all of the bad energy from their property in the area as Clint had recently stayed there with his new girlfriend.
She was also overheard saying she still loves her famous husband and that their split is ''unreal and heart-breaking.''
Dina, 48, first revealed in August that she and Clint amicably separated last year after 17 years of marriage.
She initially insisted they were still good friends, writing on Twitter: ''I don't like reading negative things about Clint. He is a wonderful, good natured, brilliant person. No matter what, I attest to that.''
But she later confessed she was very upset after seeing pictures of the 'Gran Torino' star on a date with Erica, even though she is reportedly dating Erica's ex-husband Scott Fisher.
She said: ''I am saddened to see photos of Clint with Ms. Tomlinson-Fisher. I look forward to new beginnings.''
The former couple have a 16-year-old daughter, Morgan, together.
The pair recently enjoyed their first visit to the interactive experience in New York.
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