Sharon Tate’s Sister Is Not Here For Brad Pitt And Leonardo DiCaprio Starring In Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Movie

March 3, 2018 / Posted by:

Ever since the Manson Family brutally murdered actress Sharon Tate and six other people during one horrifying weekend in August of 1969, Sharon’s sister Debra Tate has spoken out against her sister’s killers at parole hearings and in interviews. You can imagine Debra’s feelings about Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming movie centered around her sister’s murder reportedly starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. And if you can’t, well, let’s just say she ain’t jazzed about it.

Debra Tate expressed her feelings about frequent model impaler Leo and alleged Post-Its communicator Brad taking part in the project to TMZ. When it concerns famous actors bringing her sister’s story to life, Debra’s fucks vanished when Tex Watson and the rest of the teenage kill crew jumped that fence.

Debra says, “To [celebrities] it’s a paycheck and these people just don’t care. They are terribly hurtful to the actual family and all the living victims. They don’t give a sh*t.”

Hilary Duff, of all people, must be particularly chuffed this morning because this is probably the only time she’ll ever be lumped in with the likes of Leo, Brad, and rumored Sharon Tate portrayer Jennifer Lawrence. Debra, who already went off about Hilary playing her sister to People, gave her feelings to TMZ too:

Debra also went after Hilary Duff, who’s portraying Sharon in a different film. Debra’s fuming after Hilary posted an insensitive picture on Instagram, saying, “What kind of trash is she? That’s just absolutely garbage. Is there any point in that?”

Debra also added that she feels Leo and Brad are “throwing all their social responsibility to the wind.” by taking part in the project. She also says that Tarantino has never reached out to her despite his lawyers telling her he would.

Quentin’s movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is about two “ struggling” show business types who supposedly lived next door to Tate at the time of the murders. Leo and Brad are playing “Rick” and “Cliff,” an actor and his stuntman.

Rest assured the story will be handled sensitively by Quentin. Just look at how delicately he’s always handled race.


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