JULIA Roberts says young stars should be allowed to make mistakes.The actress, 44, s bothered by the lack of what young stars are able to get away with in the public eye, compared to when she started in the business decades ago.
“There’s the express elevator and there’s rehab,” she tells Vanity Fair. “It’s so awful. Nobody gets a fair trial-and-error period that everybody deserves and everybody needs.
“The business is so different.
“[I was] on a crowded street, and somebody noticed me, and then another person noticed.
“Somebody said as we were walking past, ‘Oh, that’s Julia Roberts.’ We all just kind of kept going, and then [twin son Phinnaeus] said, ‘Yeah, my mom’s Julia Robinson.’