Invoice & Ted Star Says #MeToo — Alex Winter Reveals He Was Sexually Abused As A Little one Actor

February 3, 2018

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Add Alex Winter‘s identify to the checklist of silence breakers who’ve come ahead with tales of abuse.

Winter is finest recognized for his position Invoice S. Preston, Esquire to Keanu Reeves‘ Ted “Theodore” Logan within the Invoice And Ted movies, however he has been an actor since he was very younger — he even made it to Broadway by 12 years outdated.

Associated: Corey Feldman ‘Shattered’ By Lack Of Help After His Abuse Admission

It was throughout these adolescence within the 1970s throughout which, Winter instructed BBC Radio 5, he was sexually abused by an unnamed man who he says is now lifeless.

In his first interview on the topic, Winter says he by no means instructed anybody as a result of he was too afraid:

“It was completely taboo within the fashionable vernacular, so I did not really feel I had anyplace of security to unlock a particularly delicate and probably harmful secret. As a result of there’s a energy dynamic that does put you able the place you are afraid on your personal security. So there’s that, on prime of the taboo nature of being public.”

He additionally says the #MeToo motion may need modified every thing for younger Alex:

“That is the very important significance of what is going on on in the meanwhile… When you really feel like these types of issues are actually being spoken about in a way more accepting and open approach on a societal stage, it offers you much more freedom to inform, simply, anyone. As a result of often you are telling anyone. I imply no one. And that is a really harmful place to be in mentally.”

The actor, who has graduated into filmmaking himself, directing the documentaries Downloaded and Deep Internet, says it was in the end performing within the welcoming surroundings of the Invoice And Ted movies that helped him begin to cope with his PTSD for the primary time:

“I did not understand it, nevertheless it was crucial. I used to be in a fairly darkish place round that point as a result of I had simply been going and going and going, and I hadn’t stopped. You realize, I simply barreled by way of the remainder of these exhibits, I barreled by way of school. I simply hadn’t actually paused and that is a recipe for catastrophe when you’re carrying that sort of trauma. So, it was a chance to pause and simply be some place protected and candy and enjoyable and childlike.”


“The issues aren’t going to get sorted out in a single day, as a result of frankly, these points are a part of the material of human nature, and so they’ve existed since there have been human beings strolling round on the planet. So it is going to take time, it is going to take psychological well being work, it is going to take the capability of society to hearken to some very disagreeable truths about itself. And there is not any doubt that that is going to take time.”

See a clip of Winter speaking concerning the abuse and his silence (under):

You possibly can hear the complete interview HERE.

[Picture by way of MGM/Guillermo Proano/WENN.]

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Celebs react to Senate Republicans passing unprecedented tax bill

December 2, 2017

Just shy of 2am EST, the Senate passed a tax bill designed to steal from the poor to give to the rich. Senators were handed copies of the bill at the last minute, which included large portions of handwritten amendments:

The Daily Edge

When asked to delay the vote to give senators enough time to read the bill, the GOP went "LOL no."

Senator Durbin

Celebrities saying things:

Jon Favreau, PodSaveAmerica co-host

Ariel Dumas

Andy Richter (1)

Andy Richter (2)


Kumail Nanjiani

(I swear Kumail tweeted this in response to the tax bill, it popped up straight after the news broke and I'm running out of other s.)

Cher, Rosie, and Billy Eichner also commented on the bill earlier today just before it was passed:



Billy Eichner

Are you a corporation in need of a tax break, ONTD?

Mods–hopefully it's okay this time!

1984 (Boycotted) Olympic Champion, Mary Lou Retton, tried to stop gymnastics sex abuse bill

October 14, 2017
Dominique Moceanu, a member of the 1996 "Magnificent 7" that won gold the first US team gold in Atlanta, made many tweets calling out people affiliated with USA Gymnastics for thier handling of sexual abuse. Over 140 gymnasts have sued Larry Nassar, a team doctor who was with USA Gymnastics for over 20 years and is currently in jail for child pornography, for sexual assault under the guise of treatment. USA Gymnastics was criticized for not reporting Nassar's behavior to authorities and conducting their own investigation instead. California Senator, Dianne Feinstein, and Florida Senator, Marco Rubio, created the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse Act of 2017, which would criminalize organizations like USA Gymnastics for failing to report sexual abuse to the authorities. It was revealed in the New York Times that Mary Lou Retton, the 1984 Olympic All Around Champion who only won because the best gymnastics team in the world, the Soviet Union, boycotted, went with the now ex-president of USA Gymnastics, Steve Penny, to Feinstein's office to stop the bill. Moceanu confirmed this happened and called Retton out for caring more about protecting USA Gymnastics and the Karoylis (their coaches who are accused of creating the atmosphere that allowed Nassar to take advantage of and abuse the gymnasts) then the safety of athletes.

Moceanu also said that NBC tried to bury the news in her 2012 book, Off Balance, about how the Karoylis were abusive towards her. NBC owns the rights to gymnastics coverage in the US and has made documentaries like "The Ranch" glorifying the Karoylis. They are also currently under fire for refusing to air Ronan Farrow's Harvey Weinstein expose.

Source: Twitter, New York Times

Jimmy Kimmel on the new Graham-Cassidy “Healthcare” bill not passing the Jimmy Kimmel Test

September 20, 2017

Jimmy shares his thoughts on Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham’s new health “care” bill including why it doesn’t pass Cassidy’s “Jimmy Kimmel Test.”

Last time the GOP was trying to get a wealthcare bill passed, Jimmy shared that his newborn son Bill had a heart problem. Jimmy plead with Republicans not to take the ACA away from the families that can’t afford to keep their babies alive without it. Now senators Cassidy and Graham are trying to pass a new horrible bill.

-People who aren’t among the 32 million who lose insurance will see a 20% increase in premiums in the first year.
-States can make people with pre-existing conditions pay even more, by the tens of thousands of dollars.
-They already have 49 votes and need one more.
-Call your Republican senators!

Sources: 1, 2

Bill Skarsgard Is Extremely Hot, and We Are Not Clowning Around

September 13, 2017

Whether or not your nightmares have been invaded by the new remake of Stephen King’s It, you’ve probably heard about the clown at the center of all the horrifying madness: Pennywise. But before you run away from this post in fear, I am here to tell you that you can take a deep breath, because Bill Skarsgard, the guy behind all that terrifying makeup, is actually super hot in real life.

The actor is the furthest thing from his onscreen character with hauntingly beautiful eyes and perfect lips. It also doesn’t hurt that he comes from a long line of famous and handsome men (his dad is actor Stellan Skarsgard and his brother is actor Alexander Skarsgard). Bill is slowly but surely blowing up on the Hollywood scene, and we have a feeling he’s going to shift from our nightmares to our daydreams in no time.