Bella Thorne She Lost A Role At Age 10 Because The Casting Director Accused Her Of “Flirting With Him”
It’s been a while since we checked in with Bella Thorne, the former Disney star turned OnlyFans jizzillionaire. Deadline reports that, during a recent appearance on Emily Ratajkowski’s podcast, High Low With EmRata, Bella shared an extremely disturbing story from her years as a child actress. She tells Emily that, at the age of 10, she was passed over for an acting job because the casting director accused her of “flirting with him.” Apparently, Bella’s “flirting” made this adult man “really uncomfortable.” Um… what in the Dan Schneider?!
Last month we watched Kevin Spacey Keyser Söze crip walk away from yet another trial unslapped by the long arm of justice after winning the civil sexual assault lawsuit leveled against him by Anthony Rapp in Manhattan. According to The Hollywood Reporter, jurors in that case “deliberated for a little more than an hour before deciding that Rapp hadn’t proven his allegations.” A mere New York Minute, if you will, compared to the time it will probably take a London jury to even finish hearing all the charges that are piling up against Kevin in his upcoming criminal trial in the UK.
If Lisa Rinna has a million haters, I’m one of them. If Lisa Rinna has ten haters, I’m one of them. If Lisa Rinna has one hater, then that is me. If Lisa Rinna has zero haters, it’s because I have died from hating “the biggest bully in Hollywood” too hard (whoopsies, gave myself an anger aneurysm). My loathing also extends to Lisa’s husband, Harry Hamlin, and her youngest daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin (Scott Disick’s “model” ex). But I have a soft spot in my evil heart for Lisa’s oldest daughter, Delilah Belle Hamlin. Namely because, last year, she took a dig at Lisa and Harry on TikTok, writing that what she really wanted for Christmas was “for my parents to pay for my trauma therapy.” Zing! The TikTok was quickly deleted, but, recently, we got some extra insight into why Delilah might need that therapy (as if having Succubus Rinna for a mom wasn’t enough). And it came in the form of an extremely creepy daddy-daughter photo.
The legendary Geena Davis has written a biography, entitled, Dying of Politeness: A Memoir. Let me get this straight: overly polite, gorgeous, and a working actress since 1982? Obviously, 66-year-old Geena has enough horrifying #MeToo tales to fill a book. And that’s exactly what she did. Last week, Geena jumped on the Bill Murray Is A Creepy Prick bandwagon when she accused the actor of inappropriately using a massage device on her while making their 1990 film Quick Change. Then, this week, in an interview with The New Yorker, Geena revealed that her Tootsie co-star, Dustin Hoffman, gave her some advice on how to shut down Jack Nicholson’s sexual advances. Awww, good for Dustin! It’s always encouraging to hear about a male ally who– wait, you say 85-year-old Dustin Hoffman has also been accused of sexual harassment? Goddammit.
Spooky season is in full swing! Creepy ghosts, evil witches, horrifying murderers, and mysterious overnight tree trimmers. Maybe you haven’t heard of that last one, but, believe me, they’re out there! People reports that some dude is walking around a Fort Worth, Texas neighborhood at 3:00 AM, and randomly pruning peoples’ trees. The residents call this guy Edward Scissorhands, and while he’s probably not as nefarious as the real-life Johnny Depp, he’s still pretty creepy.
Bill Murray Will Reportedly Pay $100,000 To The Woman Who Complained About His Behavior On The Set Of Aziz Ansari’s “Being Mortal”
There’s a reason why they say never meet your heroes and I’m going to bet that Aziz Ansari is intimately familiar with that reason. Aziz, unfortunately, took a shit on that advice and even took things a step further by hiring Bill Murray to star in his directorial debut, Being Mortal. Back in April, Bill repaid Aziz for his mistake by getting the entire production shut down after a female employee accused Bill of “inappropriate conduct” and an internal investigation was launched. Initially, it was reported that Bill was being “very hands-on touchy,” and that he had touched and pulled the woman’s hair, all of which Bill later chalked up to a “difference of opinion,” with him being of the opinion that he was just being the same lovable goof he’s always been, and her, obviously, being of the opposite and correct opinion.