Monday, February 11, 2013

Blind Item #2

Apparently jaws dropped almost to the floor when this C list mostly television actor slapped his gorgeous B- list all movie actress wife with A list name recognition right across the face and drew blood on her lip. That the actor hits his wife is probably not a huge shock. That he did so in front of 10 people after he said that she disrespected him was something that made everything go quiet. The actress just blotted the blood dry and acted as if nothing had happened and didn't even leave the party.

90 comments:

Chaparra-rulz said...

Megan Fox and BAG?

Pazazz said...

Fox and BAG

Candyland said...

I second that guess...

Fijigrrl said...

Megan Fox and P.O.S

Laura said...

Asshole!

VIPblonde said...

@Chaparra Yep! They're in the Mail

MontanaMarriott said...

What a d*ouche whoever it is.

Lola said...

I'm on the Megan Fox and BAG train too. It's sad that she must have terribly low self esteem to be that beautiful and still accept his treatment as okay. (I realize that being beautiful doesn't necessarily insulate someone from low self esteem.)

Nellie said...

Can you imagine that? Most women would worry about something happening when they are out to set the guy off when they get back home. But it's still a few hours reprieve. He hits her no matter where they are. Jesus. Run. He will never change.

discoflux said...

And the 10 people that went quiet instead of taking action are all compliant parties.

Roman Holiday said...

Nooooo, I just cannot believe this. Not one person intervened? This shit doesn't happen in front of people - A coward never lets people know he is a coward!

I call BS on this, I want some kind of proof, pictures or talk of it somewhere else!

MadLyb said...

Leave him, Megan!

Meanie Reese said...

+1 @Discoflux.

N Squared said...

If it is Megan Fox, I guess she was perfectly cast for that Love the Way You Lie video. Sad.

__-__=__ said...

And other "men" at the party did nothing, said nothing, and continued to keep BAG's company, never left the party. This is where I have a double problem.

libby said...

disco, I can't believe not ONE witness took her aside, to try and help! WTF?

MadLyb said...

I almost got out of a club once for intervening. The guy came into the ladies room, grabbed his girlfriend by the hair and started dragging her out of the bathroom and across the floor of the club while her dress was hiking up. A friend and I jumped on him and started pummeling him. The body guard broke it up and almost threw us out until everyone let him know the guy was abusing his GF. He was then thrown out. When you see a guy abusing a woman, you don't just stand there. Or when someone is hitting an animal, but that's another story. I'm such a bitch.

MadLyb said...

"kicked" out of a club...

Schmucky Putz said...

This chick should hook up with Rhiannon and go bowling.

Amber said...

If this is Foxy & BAG, I can't say I'm surprised. When I saw them on the red carpet for the Golden Globes it was flat out creepy. It was clear to my BF and I that he was the controlling party, and she pretty much just stood quiet. He was giddy to be taking the attention. At one point she made a crack about how he was wearing the same tux he always does, and we both kind of went, "Oh, she's going to pay for that."

MadLyb said...

body guard = bouncer. Christ, I need to finish my coffee, then type.

phoenix said...

I'm not sure what 'action' the onlookers could have taken without escalating the problem and disrupting the whole party, but a word from one of them in the host's ear should have resulted in him being told to leave.

Meanie Reese said...

@MadLyb: if you're a bitch, it's not because you did the right thing!!

I've stepped up when I've seen
someone being abused and would do so again. If you stand by and say nothing, do nothing...well, I think you're just as much a punk as the abuser.

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victoria has a secret said...

Megan Fox has also done some television though.

B626 said...

Give BAG a break,his show on TBS got cancelled-somehow you just know it's Megan's fault.
Ass

Chris said...

So this guy gets to stay anonymous in a blind but Chris Brown gets excoriated for sitting down and clapping rather than standing and clapping. Right.

People are so hypocritical on domestic violence.

Mary said...

You go, MadLyb! I'm a bitch like that too.

Pini 27 said...

What kind of tv movie do people think they're living in? If you don't take action you're compliant?

As someone who has seen and 'taken action' in domestic violence altercations, I really cannot stand people getting on their soapbox and blaming unfortunate onlookers.

Sorry to tell you this, but sometimes both parties will pair up and attack you. They may also downplay it with the police if they are called and the abused will spend considerable effort telling you that the abuser 'isn't that bad'.

The best thing to do, in my opinion, is to make sure the abuser knows that behavior will not be tolerated in your presence, home, etc. I also feel free to treat them like poop on a sidewalk, I don't berate poop, I merely avoid it and pull a nasty face.

Karen said...

A girl that I'd known since elementary school got pregnant during her sophomore year of high school. She and the guy got married even though they were underage. I was working at Old Navy during our senior year (she and I hadn't talked really since 9th grade when we went to separate high schools, but we'd been good friends; sleepovers, went to the same church, etc.) She came in with her baby and husband and another friend. While they were in the checkout line, the husband kept telling her to make the baby shut up--he was crying.

Well, the baby kept crying and then he turned around and KICKED her hard. It was a vicious kick. And he yelled again about shutting up the baby. She simply walked away and when she came near enough to where I was folding t-shirts, I asked her if she was okay and she just nodded and clearly didn't want to talk about it.

No one did anything. I told my parents when I got home and I considered telling HER parents even though I didn't know them that well. I didn't. One of my co-workers said that he would have done something if he saw it, but he was in the back and didn't know until they left. I've always felt badly about not doing something.

Happy news is that they're divorced now and she's married to someone else and, judging by Facebook, is really happy.

curlyhairslacker said...

@karen, glad your friend got away from him and is happy now! That is ridiculous.

Yeah, I go with the BAG/Megan guess.

libby said...

Karen---You DID do something, because even just a quiet acknowledgment to her that it was not normal, that can make a difference. Abused people get so isolated, and their reality is so skewed. Being jarred into real-world thinking is NOT a bad thing!

Besides, what could anyone have really done, at that age you were? At least you cared, and it only takes one spark to light a fire.

Maximus said...

Yah, Fox and BAG. Horrific.

Pini 27 said...

Karen, I'm glad that you didn't intervene. IF and only IF there are enough people willing to jump in and they are certain that the abuser doesn't have weapons; should people take someone down.

Call the police, immediately, that's what 911's for. There's a reason they tell people to never take action on their own. I have stepped in as a kid on abusers only to be told later (he or she) is a nice person. And sometimes have to deal with the person trying to kiss my behind and get back on my good side.

I thank GOD I wasn't killed or injured only to have the victim suck up their guilt but get back with them. It's gratifying to give an abuser a beat down but it's also very risky and you can make a situation more volatile.

I've also seen perfect strangers have some scum go after them with a knife (on a nice suburban street, 500 yards from the police station) for stepping in. Get to a safe distance people and call 911.

discoflux said...

Gosh, you're right, Pini. Dirty looks in lieu of action ALWAYS make the world a better place.

I'm just going to start wrinkling my nose at human trafficking instead of volunteering with an organization to prevent it.

I didn't blame a single onlooker for what happened, nor did I say they were complicit. However, the fact that not a single one of them stepped forward to say or do anything is being compliant to unacceptable and inexcusable behavior.

discoflux said...

And calling 911 is taking action. Doing anything that is not simply looking the other way is action.

plrtz glrb said...

In melbourne a few years ago a biker was laying into his mol and a couple of guys intervened to help her because she was pretty and the biker pulled out a gun and shot them. one of them died and now his four kids don't have a father. don't get involved. as someone else said they'll both turn on you. victims don't always behave like we expect them to.

Shakira Eakins said...

It happens too often. People think its better to "mind my own business" and "not get involved."

Empress of Socks said...

"never take action ON THIER OWN" @disco. @pini simply said to not have a throw down in the middle of a party when youre not sure what that person is capable of because you can end up on the wrong side of that. He/she did say to alert the proper authorities to the situation so it can be handled correctly.

Groovy said...

Can't be BAG and Megan Fox, despite hoe perfect they are for this blind. Radar Online as pics of them in Brazil yesterday..

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/02/megan-fox-noah-brian-austin-green-photos/

Empress of Socks said...

That being said, I'm a little bit hillbilly in the way I was raised and I never do understand why the father/brothers/cousins of these women who are involved with these "men" don't take them out, beat the ever loving shit out of them and make it clear to them that they are to not be seen around anymore or they *definately* won't be seen around anymore.

Pini 27 said...

discoflux, let me spell it out. I didn't read the original blind and assume that no one got up and said something to the organizers or called 911. IF this isn't a totally made up blind, then they are doing something by trying to get the story out there.

I apologize, because I did assume that you meant for people to jump in physically. As I said in my previous posts, I have had way too much personal experience in domestic violence situations and no matter how I try not to put my expectations onto the victim and maintain some kind of emotional aloofness, as you can tell it hasn't worked.

It's just that as much as it saddens me to see a victim get brutalized, it saddens me more to see some poor person endanger their life physically stepping in.

Fijigrrl said...

@Groovy -- good catch.

Tuxedo Cat said...

What a controlling ass BAG is. He and Megan seem to have a very strange co-dependent type relationship of some sort.

Karen said...

@Pini, I wouldn't have stepped in physically, but I wish that I had told her parents so that they could have maybe looked out for her.

@libby, thanks. I hope that saying anything to her was something. She was with him for several years (and two kids) and until I heard that they'd divorced, I worried about her for years. I just couldn't help thinking that if he would do that in public, what was he doing in private?

Pini 27 said...

@ Empress, thanks, I am a 'she' LOL! The 'taking them out to the woodshed' approach is part of what I meant with the 'no tolerance' approach.

Sad to say, it's ALWAYS been my experience that the victim will still see the abuser. I do think it is a cycle for both people and it takes time and therapy to break it. But, I also think family and friends should make it clear that it is not to happen around them and that they will involve the authorities (and a bat, if need be).

Some people are fortunate enough to see that kind of behavior and resolve to never repeat it. I was raised by someone like that, so it was discussed with me as a kid.

Karen said...

As a semi-interesting aside, the house my fiance and I are buying next week is four or five houses down the block from her parents so I might have the opportunity to see in person how she is when she and her family visit them.

SueRH said...

@MadLyb - You're awesome, girl! :)

discoflux said...

I completely understand, Pini. I apologize I wasn't more clear in my original post. You're absolutely correct about physical confrontation of the abuser. You really never know how they or the victim will react. I do feel strongly, though, that simply looking the other way relays to the victim the message that it's acceptable to be treated that way and it seems we all agree on that.

Karen - The mere fact that you reached out to her was important and you did the best you could in the situation.

MAC said...

The blind doesn't say that this is from the Grammy's or if it even happened recently. So it could be BAG and MF.

crila16 said...

Please oh please don't be John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.

I would say Megan and BAG are a great guess...but he's not a C list TV actors, and she's a C list with A list name recognition. Although...it could be, because Enty seems to always change their ratings from post to post. I can't keep track anymore.

just curious said...

LoL,no problem with her "sisters" doing nothing,saying zilch.
No problem with Enty not revealing names?

Sherry said...

MadLyb: By BITCH I presume you mean babe in total control of herself. Otherwise you seem pretty fucking awesome and kick ass to me. If only the men at this party had your balls.

just curious said...

Prolly a made up blind.Shit is funny to read.

Sherry said...

Oh no way would this be John K and Emily Blunt. Totally not John. He's a total sweetheart.

Pogue Mahone said...

This happened in front of people yet no one said anything? What kind of world do we live in?

Its just U said...

Where do I begin??!!
Well, there wouldn't have been much of a party left if I was there! No way. That shit doesn't sit well with me.
I understand not jumping in if you don't know the consequences but to do nothing is unforgivable.
When I was 18 I was in a very abusive relationship, both physically and emotionally. He had me so messed up I didn't think anybody would really care what happened. Then one day my dad turned up at my flat, unannounced. He knew I would make an excuse if he had told me.
Anyway, he pulled me aside before the other asshole could hear and handed me a prepaid bus ticket with 2 journey's on it. He said hide this and then you always have a way home, no matter where you are.
It wasn't so much the ticket as the 'way home' I needed. Within a month I was back living with my parents.
Sometimes all people need is to know there isn't blame or judgement if you find yourself in a bad situation.
That gesture has made me help others who just need to know there is a way out. And I have helped a few.
I hope this poor girl doesn't think that just because nobody reacted or helped that it is acceptable.
It is NEVER acceptable.

Diana G said...

How sad - I can't believe someone didn't say anything or that the asshole didn't get kicked out. :-/

sylmarillion said...

Josh Brolin/Diane Lane? if I'm not mistaken there have been rumours of him being abusive before.

Its just U said...

@Karen You sound like a great friend.
@MadLyb Go wan ya good thing!! (as we say in Ireland)

BobNYC said...

Brolin and Lane really fit. She's a sponge for abuse.

just curious said...

I just hope they're white.

supapimp said...

Poor, megan. I love her. Hawtest MILF evah!

JSierra said...

I once had a knife pulled on me for intervening in a domestic dispute at a party and once when my BF hit me at a party it erupted into a brawl when my guy friends stepped in. These situations are tricky tricky.

I hope this is one of the false blinds, I don't want to think that a room full of people would pretend like absolutely nothing happened at all.

ellehpee said...

There is a reason why so many cops say domestic violence calls are the ones that scare them more than anything else - emotional, unpredictable, dysfunctional, emotional relationships falling apart, and they're supposed to step in and make it all stop.

I used to live with a cop. One night he responded to a domestic call in which the husband was trying to kill the wife - I remember him saying when he got into the room with them that the husband was ramming her head repeatedly into a door frame. He jumped in and at one point the guy was trying to choke him to death, and then tried to take his service revolver. When he came home he told me it was the most scared he'd ever been in his career thus far, but was proud to say he helped save the woman's life.

The next shift he walks in to find out the wife filed a complaint against him alleging he assaulted her husband without provocation.

So yeah - no simple solution to situations like this, other than educating people to know abuse in relationships is NEVER okay.

lake mchenry said...

why does this have to be a blind? let's get his name to out him, and someone to help her. sounds simple no?

lake mchenry said...

why does this have to be a blind? let's get his name to out him, and someone to help her. sounds simple no?

prolixe said...

@Karen, you were a friend. You did something, even if it wasn't as much as you wanted to do.

@ItsJustU, your dad is awesome, and what a great lesson!

It's a numbered BI, so it may be one of those shots in the dark, but Meg & BAG sound like a good guess.

People asking about the other 10 who do nothing - I'm going to guess the jaws didn't drop if they knew the guy enough to be the only other 10 people at the party. A*holes are drawn to a*holes - that they didn't do anything gives them equal complicity.

I almost got the crap beaten out of me when I was younger - this guy at a party was yelling at his gf about how stupid she was and what a slut she was, etc., etc. (he was pretty drunk, but that's no excuse, in vino veritas!)

Liquid courage fueled my stupid teenage self to say (in the loudest voice I could over his idiot rantings), "Hey, guys, look at the manwhore with the 1.2 GPA beating up his girlfriend!" Holy crap, the face he turned on me - dude was purple! A couple of his buddies came over and pulled him away before he could do anything. I think she broke up with him shortly after and he was too drunk to remember the shrimpy junior calling him a manwhore.

Its just U said...

It is a tough call on how to react. Sometimes you just never know what to expect, especially if someone is out of control.
My cousin stepped in one night to help a woman who was getting beaten senseless. The guy punched her so hard he knocked her over my cousin's wall, into his front garden. Her teeth were on the ground. With that my cousin ran out and tackled the guy. What he didn't know was that the guy had pulled a knife out to stab the girl. Instead he stabbed my cousin and gutted him. His bowel and lower intestines were spilling out. The girl got up and kicked my cousin while he was on the ground, screaming that he should leave her man alone!!
He was taken away in an ambulance and almost died twice. It was touch and go.
The guy was arrested and charged with battery on the girl and attempted murder for the stabbing.
They proceeded to intimidate my family (breaking windows, threatening calls and lots of other stuff).
The guy got 10 years prison.
My cousin said he would do it all again though because he couldn't, in good conscience, let a woman be punched around in front of him and do nothing.
It is a tough call. I know that is an extreme case though.
If I saw a woman being slapped at a party I would do something. Even just so she knows it's not ok.

Its just U said...

See, that's why we could be besties @Prolixe!

plrtz glrb said...

Guess what @ curious, no one here cares about your inflammatory bullshit. fuck off

dragon said...

This shit better be Fake. That Mofo hit my Megan Fox. I'll cut a bitch.

TracySwingKid said...

In the South, there are two reasons you have an iron skillet; for making cornbread, and clanging abusive husbands on the head. One good clang from an iron skillet would fix his wagon for sure. If not, a shotgun and shovel would take care of him for good.

noseygal48 said...

Hahaha at Tracy! I'm with you! Someone needs to kick this guys ass!!! It's sad bc Megan fox was in that eminem/ Rhianna vid about domestic violence.......

Me said...

i wa in car pool awhile back and the car behind me had a woman driving that was in a van. i har all this yelling and i look andsee its a man pounding and hitting the window. i told him to cut it out in a school pick up line, where kids were about to come out. andhe told me to shut the f up and that what was happening was between he and his wife. there were easily 100 other cars around, and NO ONE else did or said anything. i got out and said "oh, okay. well i'll just video you and then we'll let the police decide if what you and your wife are doing is a good idea". at keast he quit pounding on the windows and screaming at her that she was a f-ing bitch.

at this point, school "security" (guy in jacket that says "security", in agolf cart) arrives and tells me he's got it. as i'm getting back in my car, 2 teens walk up and start calling me a bitch because that is THEIR DAD.

i pity that mom. the week after those girls told one of my daughters friends that i should "mind my own business". and the girl said "do you thnk your mom deserves being treated like that"? the girl said "no. but now he's mad bcause people at school know".

never mind that everone saw and knew because he was yelling and causing a scene. i'm not sure i did the right thing. my kids thought it was great i stopped what was happening. but i stopped ONE moment, not the cycle. and actually made it worse.

Blind ItemMe said...

@chris, does it bother that we call you fist brown on here? :)

Mango said...

This needs to be revealed. The wife needs to leave. The actor needs to be blacklisted.

PuggleWug said...

When I was young and dumb (18), I once saw a man grab the purse out of the shopping cart of an elderly lady. Without thinking, I started running after him. He turned and looked at me, and I knew he was high on something. I decided to stop chasing him after awhile, he got into his stolen car and got away. The cop interviewing me basically said chasing after him was a horrible idea, since he could've had a weapon, or could have just jumped me. Looking back, it really was an incredibly stupid choice, since I could've been seriously hurt. Doing something is always the best choice, but I think calling the cops, rather than potentially hurting yourself by stepping in, is the way to go.

Erik said...

I've always loathed BAG. On 90210, he was so annoying. I hate him even more for this.

dragon said...

@Puggle. Gurl u have balls. but yeah glad u stop chasing him

auntliddy said...

I think its so embarassing and upsetting you dont what to say. Awkward to the max. I wld have said something, but i get others wld be too stunned to do anything.

auntliddy said...

What u said makes no sense.

Trashaddict said...

It's a very tough choice what to do in a situation like that. Sometimes people will get hurt fighting douchebags like these. But you can't let them win. What if no one had stood up to Hitler in WWII? Life is not without risk.
We put a lot of money into research on cancer and other illnesses in this society but we know so little about how to help people control their anger. And they have so many more weapons at hand when they want to act on it.
I'm so happy for those of you that got away, and for the ones who let you know you are worth something - because you are.
I do believe in karma - this guy will get his, eventually.

Agent**It said...

Tasers for everybody.

Brea McCain said...

That's kickass you go girl! I would do the same thing.

All about Eve said...

This is too sad, I hate domestic violence! I had to step in once between my sister and her ex, I was a teenager and he was a big guy but I was not going to let him put his hands on her one more time. I guess I shocked him so much he backed down.

feraltart said...

MadLyb, I don't know if you'll see this but bravo to you & your friend.

Mango said...

@ Erik - To be fair, we are not 100% sure this is BAG. At this point, he's just a popular guess. Hopefully Enty will reveal this blind and then we'll all be free to hate his (or the real guilty party's) guts.



Erik said...

@Mango I agree, I hope it's revealed (no matter WHO the asshole is). I still loathe BAG, though...

Hegg said...

Might be Emily blunt - John krasinski