Oscar winner and Bridget Jones’ Diary star, Renee Zellweger, was asked to hand over her real life diary by attorney Allen Michel. Michel represents an insurer that has paid nearly $6 million for a 7-week delay in shooting during the filming of 2005’s “Cinderalla Man” in Toronto, when leading man Russell Crowe dislocated his shoulder. Renee’s agent negotiated a $3 million payment for the Bridget Jones’ Diary star because of the delay. Michel told a judge in Los Angeles on Friday that he wants Renee to hand over her diary, give a deposition and provide any other substantiating documents to explain her actions during that time. The insurer is denying liability for the money paid to Renee, who isn’t named as a party to the lawsuit. One can only hope that Renee’s diary is as entertaining as her celluloid doppelganger and entries include nods to overeating, unrequited love and petty jealousies.