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Mrs. Sean Penn--also known as Madonna--has her own take on the allegedly explosive temper of Mr. Sean Penn, who began serving the first 32 days of his jail sentence Saturday. "He'd have to become a "a pacifist or a Buddhist" to tolerate the baiting he undergoes, the former boy toy told the Chicago Tribune. "They bait Sean in ways I can't even tell you," the popster said. "They call me obscene names in front of him just to get him to react, but Sean is trying to learn not to take the bait . . . I think he will emerge from jail as a better person and as an even greater actor." Madonna also said the man Penn hit on the set of the film "Colors" in April was not a movie extra but a celebrity photographer posing as an extra.

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