Jobs questions mental health of father's biography writer

New York Daily News gossip columnist Lloyd Grove (formerly of The Washington Post's "Reliable Source") wrote earlier this week about Steve Jobs and his alleged reaction to author Fredric Alan Maxwell's 4,000-word still unpublished article on Jobs' biological father "a Syrian immigrant and political science professor named Abdulfattah Jandali."

In response to the piece, Grove said Jobs offered the following one-liner: "Are you a nut case?"

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