And Now You’ve Gone Too Far!

May 17, 2010 / Posted by:

You know how Jonathan Rhys Meyers was banned from United Airlines after he got drunk and flipped out when officials refused to let him on a flight from NYC to L.A.? Well, Radar is saying that the N word made an unwanted cameo appearance during JRM’s freakout sponsored by Grey Goose. And by that I don’t mean that JRM tried to order another “naranja” and vodka. No, apparently JRM used THAT N word. From Radar:

When airline workers noticed the actor drinking and getting out of control they prevented him from boarding the flight to Los Angeles, a source at the airport told us.

As the incident unfolded, Meyers, growing furious, flung the ‘N’ word, the source told exclusively. He had been drinking vodka and it was before 7 am. It is unclear if the actor was directing the word toward an individual or just spewing it without a specific target.

The Tudors star used the racial slur as he was being informed by the airline that they were not going to allow him to board the plane.

Why?!!!! Out of all the words JRM could’ve used, why did his mouth shit that one out? If he threw the “cunt” word, everybody on the plane would’ve clapped and gave him a standing ovation! If the “Limbaugh” word jumped off his tongue, people would’ve shifted in their seats a bit, but they would’ve quickly forgiven him. But the N word? Captain, drop the ear plugs and close the doors.

If this is true STAINS is no longer going to share his cupcakes with JRM. Actually, I think STAINS just threw JRM a side-eye. It’s that serious. Even Satan would jump in a pool of holy water after getting a side-eye from STAINS.

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