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Phil Spector, HBO Movie: Producer's Wife Blasts TV Production, Says Her Husband 'Couldn't Hurt a Fly'
- Posted on Mar 15th 2013 1:00PM by Brittany Galla
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"They [the producers] have him as a foul-mouthed megalomaniac and they depict him as a Minotaur," she tells "Entertainment Tonight." "Like he draws people into his labyrinth and he locks them in and won't let them out."
HBO says the film starring Al Pacino as Phil is a "work of fiction, but based on fact," but Rachelle strongly disagrees.
Rachelle, who became a private investigator to help her husband's case, insists that he's innocent.
"During the trials, they characterized him as a monster," she tells ET. "This guy [Phil] couldn't hurt a fly. He had no gunshot residue on him at all. He was wearing white, and if you're in the vicinity of an intraoral gunshot wound... it's like 5,000 pounds per square inch of pressure -- you would have blood, tissue and particles [all over you]. Her [Clarkson's] two front teeth were actually ejected to the top of the stairs. There was nothing on him."
She also adds that was "absolutely not" ever scared for her life around him.
Despite the drama involving the movie and trying to prove her husband's innocence, Spector says she does everything she can to maintain a normal relationship with Phil, including visiting him every weekend in prison.
"We spend five-six hours together holding hands," she shares. "You're allowed one hug, one kiss. We eat and we talk and sometimes we just hold hands and try to take a nap together."
The movie, titled "Phil Spector" airs March 24 on HBO.