Do I need to write anything more? Simply seeing that Lindsay Lohan was present in attendance should be all the evidence you need that the MTV European Music Awards were a very high-end event. The MTV EMAs were held last night in Spain, and it’s got to be a big, important night if it’s able to drag Lindsay Lohan away from her various Greek beach clubs. But of course Lindsay was there. You can’t think of the word Europe without thinking of Lindsay Lohan. That’s because she’s tried on pretty much every accent found in Europe at one time or another. As for her dress, she looks like a Eurodisco groupie named Svetlana who can’t stay long, because she’s got to pick up her pet serval from DJ Lazer Anus (they share custody).
We needed a win for the #metoo annals this week, after the sad story of Asia Argento and her alleged sexual assault victim Jimmy Bennett unfurled with yet another busted chain in the link. Somewhat more optimistically, Terry Crews has shared the letter of apology that Adam Venit, the agent accussed of groping him at Adam Sandler‘s party in February 2016, issued to him a few months ago. I say “somewhat” more optimistically because the letter is full of “I, me, mines” and seems to have everything to do with Adam Venit’s feelings and very little to do with Terry’s, but Terry seems happy and that’s all that matters. Read on and you be the jury and the judge.
Terry Crews spoke about his own #MeToo experience back in October when he alleged WME agent Adam Venit grabbed his crotch at a party in 2016. While a lot of people were admiring Terry for his bravery, there were some who weren’t happy he opened his mouth at all. And according to Terry, he’s now being punished for it.
And yet, Fox still has that disaster of a Lethal Weapon TV series plugged into life support? To paraphrase Andy Samberg’s character Jake Peralta: cool cool cool cool cool, the system makes no goddamn sense. Yes, I’m a Brooklyn Nine-Nine fan, and yes I’m more pissed than Scary Terry realizing he’s about to miss the farmer’s market.
Newly minted TIME Magazine Person of The Year (kinda, sorta. He’s one of many featured) Terry Crews has taken his allegations of sexual assault at the hands of Hollywood agent Adam Venit to the courts. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Terry has filed a lawsuit against Venit and William Morris Endeavor (Terry’s former agency and the agency that employs Venit) claiming Venit groped him at a party hosted by Adam Sandler last year.
TIME magazine announced their annual Person of the Year, and whoever had their money on the #MeToo movement has reason to quietly celebrate (cheering wildly over your winnings will seem just a *tad* tacky given the circumstances). TIME’s People of the Year for 2017 are the “silence breakers,” or those who bravely told their shitty, awful stories of sexual harassment and assault.