Sean Penn And His Young Piece Already Made Their Red Carpet Debut As A Couple

October 7, 2016 / Posted by:

Yesterday, we all learned that 56-year-old Sean Penn is currently rubbing his chili-dusted poke chop body on Leila George, the 24-year-old daughter of Vincent D’Onofrio and Greta Schachi. Pictures came out of them touching mouths in Hawaii. And last night, Sean and Leila posed together at a LACMA event in L.A. At least, I think that’s Leila George. That totally natural ginger hair is throwing me off. Is it Ariel the Former Mermaid? Is it Angie Everhart? Is it Debra Messing? Or possibly, that IS Leila in a masterful disguise, which she wore because we all know that she’s getting on that sun-broiled daddy dick and she’s too embarrassed to show her true identity in public. You almost fooled us, Leila!

Sean and Leila posed together along with movie critic and radio host Elvis Mitchell at LACMA’s Evening With Sean Penn. UsWeekly says that Leila wasn’t there as Sean’s date. Leila, who’s an actress, was part of the show and she read stuff:

According to an attendee at the event, George assisted Penn during the reading. “She stood onstage and would read the chapter titles and footnotes and other asides,” the eyewitness told Us, adding that George was reading “it in a purposely robotic way, like Apple’s Siri.”

I don’t know if she was purposely reading it like a robot. Leila’s robot voice was probably just a response to her body still feeling paralyzed and shocked from fucking on an ole’ weathered baseball mitt in a wig.

Many said yesterday that Vincent and Greta need to come get their child, and they can try, but Greta may not be able to say shit when Leila screams, “At least he’s not my first cousin, MOM!” That’s one reason why I don’t have kids. They always gotta throw the past into your face. I have a mom for that!

And here’s more of Sean Penn last night, as well as pictures from June of Leila with Tori Spelling at the screening of James Franco’s blasphemous remake of Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? 

Pics: Getty,

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