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Hollywood and Gomorrah

Posted by V the K at 5:55 pm - October 21, 2017.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

So, now that Harvey Weinstein’s history is out in the open (the man seems unrepentant, for what it’s worth), there are some whispers that the next scandal to break will be Hollywood’s systematic sexual abuse of minors.

If this does become a scandal, I wonder if the defenders of the Hollywood Left will still try to claim nobody knew about it, even though people like Corey Feldman and others have been trying to warn people for years that this kind of thing goes on in Hollywood and involves some very big names.

Isn’t it also interesting that the head of the Motion Picture Association of America is, himself, a man with a history of sexual abusing women that’s OK because he was a Democrat Senator?

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  1. I would assume he’s realistic. Dedicated predators who prey on the lowest lives (actors) are going to have backup in their lives. If not to protect their already destroyed reputation, but their fortunes. He knows any of the existing allegations would be impossible to prove. I’ve no sympathy for these cannibals or for those they feed on, the hypocrites with sad eyes or otherwise.

    My code for this, Only a fool has sympathy for just another whore’s sob story.

    He’s a pig. We’ll have to hope satisfaction comes in forms other than that Libs can no longer dip their hands into his horn of plenty.

    He doesn’t even need to flee.

    Comment by Hanover — October 21, 2017 @ 7:44 pm - October 21, 2017

  2. Cas and CCP, “But Fox and Trump! We need proof. Massive amounts of proof.”

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — October 21, 2017 @ 8:01 pm - October 21, 2017

  3. It would explain why stars like Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears, Shia LaBeouf, etc. are so fucked up.

    At least Justin Timberlake is doing okay for himself, and Hillary Duff managed to keep her head on straight.

    Comment by Paul — October 22, 2017 @ 1:27 am - October 22, 2017

  4. even though people like Corey Feldman and others have been trying to warn people for years

    Hi V the K,

    Pedophilia is a huge problem in Hollywood and, sometimes, an open secret. It’s pretty scary how certain people not only continue to work, but they continue to work with children. The proof is already there and out in the open. I’m hoping lots of heads roll. I’d really like to see Corey Feldman get vindicated, and justice for Corey Haim (childhood crush of mine whose abuse I believe led to substance abuse problems, and ultimately his death).

    I also think Bryan Singer is pretty vile. Dan Schneider as well.

    Cheers,
    CCP

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 22, 2017 @ 1:34 am - October 22, 2017

  5. One wonders how many of the teen actors/boy banders/musicians who’s lives publicly or privately unraveled were due to abuse — and shame. River Phoenix, Aaron Carter, Shia Labouf, and potentially hundreds of others. The drugs, the drinking, the bizarre behavior. And as this Plague of Frogs spreads into the talent and management circles, it will certainly spread to the music/entertainment industries.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — October 22, 2017 @ 3:17 am - October 22, 2017

  6. Pedophelia is rampant in Hollywood and yes its an open secret and unspoken taboo. The agent of a young DiCaprio and Depp are pedophiles as shown in Amy Berg’s documentary “An Open Secret” which you can view on U-Tube. For the past five years this doc was blackballed and suppressed. With the many young boys – now men – she shows the many sexual predators who have violated young boys giving them Quaaludes, valium, alcohol and others drugs while grooming these kids only to rape them. Amy Berg names names and their conviction in courts while also registered sex offenders. Disney and Nickelodeon continues to this day to employ registered and convicted sex offenders. Watch the documentary!
    Some of these convicted predators fled the country like Polanski did. Many are still involved with boys today. Hopefully that dam is about to break because its long overdue.

    Comment by cali — October 22, 2017 @ 10:45 am - October 22, 2017

  7. It’s not just the boys, I am sure. Look at the girls, like Lindsey Lohan, Britney Spears, etc. you think they weren’t being abused too?

    Comment by TAD — October 22, 2017 @ 11:08 am - October 22, 2017

  8. Here’s an interesting story about Michael Jackson. He supposedly used to go around throwing water balloons at homeless people.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ufp006AHlgs

    Comment by pawfurbehr — October 22, 2017 @ 11:47 am - October 22, 2017

  9. Think Sessions has any standing to open an investigation into who did and knew what, when, and where?

    Comment by Sean L — October 22, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - October 22, 2017

  10. And as this Plague of Frogs spreads into the talent and management circles, it will certainly spread to the music/entertainment industries

    In certain respects, it already has. A few have accused he who could be called the Gay Harvey Weinstein Lite—the late Lou Pearlman—with similar allegations, including the aforementioned Mr Carter. It wasn’t the sexcapades which brought down the obese cousin of Art Garfunkel, but shady business dealings and allegations of fraud. When I first watched Making The Band years ago, my gaydar went off immediately and I said to myself “This guy’s a pimp who’s probably also diddling his clients.” Now it appears that was probably the case and is only one example.

    Think Sessions has any standing to open an investigation into who did and knew what, when, and where?

    There would have to be a Federal interest somewhere; the Mann Act could be the first place to start, but the only current applicable feature would be the element of coercion. Sweinstein seems to have done most of his deeds in his locations of residence, save for trips to locales like Florida, thus preempting the application of most Federal laws. Any top-down directed investigation will surely result in cries of “When are you going to investigate your boss?” and that could drain attention from where it should be.

    If I were the US Attorney General, I would simply wait for the other investigations (such as the NYPD’s) play out to their logical end. I highly suspect that some congresscritter who is looking for their next time in the spotlight will launch hearings on the matter in due course. The latter is probably the best way to ferret out any possible Federal charges.

    Comment by RSG — October 22, 2017 @ 2:38 pm - October 22, 2017

  11. I’m gay and live in Los Angeles. A few years back, I was in a relationship with a young guy who was a successful model. His photos were on the walls at Abercrombie and Fitch. As his career was beginning to take off, we were invited to parties up in the Hollywood Hills and in places like the Roosevelt Hotel on Hollywood Blvd. What we experienced at these gatherings was enough for him to leave the industry forever and give up a lucrative career. He was offered a brand new Audi if he would leave me and move in with some rich guy who lived up in Benedict Canyon. I remember being at a party at the Roosevelt that had a room with guards posted outside the doors who only let in those of us who were part of the group. Inside that room was a table with a mound of cocaine on it that would fill a kitchen sink. We only went to a few of these events; but, we always saw young guys in Speedos mingling everywhere and fawning over fat, middle-aged men who obviously held the power. It is entirely possible that some of them were under-aged. The things I saw still make me sick to this day: naive, young guys from the Mid-West being seduced into sexual situations. It would be very satisfying to see the purveyors of the sick lifestyles of the rich and powerful Hollywood elites brought out fully into the light for everyone to see.

    Comment by b0yzero — October 22, 2017 @ 2:52 pm - October 22, 2017

  12. We’ll know the stuff has finally hit the fan when some reputedly straight, closeted-types start diving-out high windows — or are defenestrated by their Boards or associates. And that will not stop just at the pedos, but the closeted guys with now-shamed, livid and furious girlfriends, wives and children.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — October 22, 2017 @ 5:44 pm - October 22, 2017

  13. CCP writes, “Pedophilia is a huge problem in Hollywood and, sometimes, an open secret.”

    OTOH Cas has written that people in Hollywood and the media ha no idea producers and directors were assaulting and raping women. The “casting couch” is a myth.

    Now, “Proof: Hollywood Has Known About James Toback’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct Since 1989”

    You remember Bugsy, the Warren Beatty movie? You see, Toback and Beatty are/were pals. So close are/were they, in fact, that in the Spy story, we learn that Beatty supposedly told Toback to always include “one small part for a pretty young actress in every motion picture — and to schedule the auditions for that part late in the day.”

    So, the voice and face of the Progressive Movement knows about child sexual abuse and rape in Hollywood but does nothing.

    So, the voice and face of the Progressive Movement knows about adult sexual abuse and rape in Hollywood but does nothing.

    Our local cut-n-paste Progressive thinks America should get it’s moral guidance from these Hollywood people.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — October 23, 2017 @ 11:08 am - October 23, 2017

  14. https://www.google.com/amp/nypost.com/2017/08/04/will-grace-should-be-ashamed-of-itself-for-rewriting-tv-history/amp/

    Even the N.Y. post thinks the revamped Will and Grace sucks.

    Comment by James — October 23, 2017 @ 11:48 am - October 23, 2017

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