Minnie Driver Went In On Ex Matt Damon For Claiming That There’s Levels To Sexual Harassment

December 16, 2017 / Posted by:

Minnie Driver should go in on Matt Damon every damn day of her life. She’s earned it. That douche broke up with her on The Oprah Winfrey Show. And she wasn’t even there! She was probably on the couch in her sweatpants with the latest Oprah’s Book Club selection sitting in her lap, proudly anticipating watching her boyfriend talk to O. And then he suddenly claimed that he didn’t have a girlfriend. That was news to Miss Minnie! That SATC episode where the dude broke up with Carrie’s whiny ass on a Post-It ain’t got shit on getting dumped via The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Anyway, now middle-aged Matt Damon can’t keep his mouth shut lately. Minnie read his latest mansplaining of how the world works and had a few choice words for her ex. DRAG HIM, Minnie!

As was mentioned in Night Crumbs yesterday, Matt did an upcoming interview for ABC with film critic Peter Travers, according to People. Matt should have stuck to answering important questions like, “Why did you, a white man, take the lead in a movie about giant CHINESE dragons attacking the Great Wall of CHINA?” Instead, Matt thought it prudent to reveal that there are some kinds of sexual harassment that aren’t as bad as other kinds. Oh, and he graciously forgives Louis C.K. because Louis (sorta) said sorry. Oh, Will Hunting, no.

“I think it’s wonderful that women are feeling empowered to tell their stories and it’s totally necessary. I do believe there’s a spectrum of behavior… There’s a difference between patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right? Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated.”

And the part where Louis C.K. is a really good guy despite forcing women to watch him pat his firecrotch…

“That’s the sign of somebody who — well, we can work with that. Like, when I’m raising my kids, this constant personal responsibility is as important as anything else they learn before they go off in the world.”

I don’t know Louis C.K.. I’ve never met him. I’m a fan of his, but I don’t imagine he’s going to do those things again. You know what I mean? I imagine the price that he’s paid at this point is so beyond anything.”

Cuz’ having to watch some hammerhead jerk off in front of you and then actually having to debate with yourself whether or not you should tell people because of your career has nothing to do with “beyond anything.

Well, Minnie read about Matt’s interview and scorched the Twitter Bird with her rage (via People).

Oh, and Minnie had this to add.

She probably could have just written “FUCK YOU, MATT DAMON AND NOT BECAUSE YOU DUMPED ME ON OPRAH!Recent Rose McGowan favorite Alyssa Milano also schooled Matt (at length). You can read her tweets here.

Matt should have probably put his mouth on lockdown. Exhibit #A. As a fellow Bostonian, I want to be proud of our exports! Despite the horrifying way she was dumped, Minnie is probably better off. Imagine having to hang out with Ben and Matt and their insufferable egos all the time? And you know he screamed scary things like “Call me, No-MAH! I’m as good as No-MAH, right, Min? SAY IT!” when he was top of her. (If you don’t come from Boston or aren’t a Boston Red Sox fan, I apologize for that possibly obscure reference to the 1998 Red Sox roster.)

Pic: WENN

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