Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Taylor Lautner Emotionally Distressed Over A Trailer


The next time Taylor Lautner's lawyer sues someone, or a business for breach of contract, the lawyer may want to leave out the part about Taylor being emotionally distressed. See, when I think of emotional distress I think of people having their homes foreclosed or losing a loved one. Martin Short and his family this morning are emotionally distressed. Not having your tricked out $300,000 trailer delivered to your movie set where you are making several million dollars so you don't have to spend all day hanging out with people is not emotionally distressing.

In his suit, Lautner says that he ordered a trailer and it was supposed to be delivered by the start date of the movie. It wasn't so no doubt Taylor had to make do with a regular trailer. The horror. I can see why that would be emotionally distressing. I understand the breach of contract suit, I just think all anyone will ever remember from the suit is that Taylor is some weak little diva who cried because his ridiculously priced toy was not delivered on time.

19 comments:

MontanaMarriott said...

Several years from now, as he is standing in line at the local soup kitchen he will remember these times and wish he had been much nicer.
Say it once, say it a million times, KARMA IS A MOTHERF*CKER

MISCH said...

Ditto.....I love when they call him Little Tom Cruise...cause he's just another gay boy playing the role...personally I don't get it...he's funny looking and has no talent...oh well...
His agent is asking 7 million a picture...for what ?

Adventurous Kate said...

Meh, I don't blame him -- I blame his people. Just say "breach of contract" and be done with it.

sunnyside1213 said...

I don't get his appeal. And this just makes him look like a cry baby.

Cheryl said...

He'll end up selling his teeth on ebay like Corey Haim.

amazonblue said...

Martin Short lost his wife of 30 years today. No info on her cause of death is yet been released.

sunnyside1213 said...

Martin Short's wife has had cancer since 2007.

canadachick said...

well he can't entertain his gay lover in squallor now can he?

delilah said...

what a mornon-doesn't he realize that he is the flavor of the month? no body wants to eat refrozen ice cream...

jen said...

I just think all anyone will ever remember from the suit is that Taylor is some weak little diva who cried because his ridiculously priced toy was not delivered on time.



Yep.

KiKi said...

Misch, I agree with everything you said!

MCH said...

I get being able to list emotional distress in the suit but "annoyance"?? Really???

MadLyb said...

Oh man. Lainey is likely right in describing him as 'Tom Cruise Jr.' This is not good PR, but then again, anything these 'Twilight' kids do is going to be reported and blown out of proportion. His lawyers may have added, 'mental distress' to up the compensation, but unfortunately, it makes Taylor Lautner look bad.

KellyLynn said...

Maybe he's sensing the end of his fame, and that $300,000 trailer was meant to become his home after shooting wrapped.
Hey, it could happen...

weezy said...

Man, that's just lame. Is the real reason he's so upset is that his contract got him compensation for leasing his own RV to the production company for his use, and he lost out on that income? What an idiot.

ardleigh said...

Is he for real??? Enjoy it now Taylor. Four years from now and you'll be doing the Samba on Dancing with the Stars.

warmislandsun said...

Well, one one side it was a contract to have delivery for a certain date. They are suing because of breach of contract and the distress that was caused.

On the other hand, I wonder if this boy has been weaned.

Beth said...

People, his lawyers are behind this, not him. He probably did not throw a hissy fit or cry or whine. His lawyer found out and sued. That's it. But I know, it's fun to talk about it in this way. :-)

weezy said...

then the team at his law firm is undermanaged. I can't believe an entertainment law practitioner would allow wording like that to go into a court pleading.