Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Blind Items Revealed #29 - Old Hollywood

May 5, 2017

Back in the day, Hollywood celebrities didn’t want to go overseas to get their adopted children, they wanted American babies. They also didn’t want to wait in line or complete any paperwork. If at all possible they also wanted a third party or even a fourth party in the middle of the whole process. Adoption agencies tended to talk and studios would have to pay off money to keep the adoption agencies quiet about the biological parents of babies that actors and actresses were adopting. What to do. Well, one studio decided to partner with an “adoption agency” in the south. Only thing was that it was not a normal adoption agency. Sure, the babies that came from them were properly documented as being adopted, but it was everything else that was not quite above board. The babies were bought. The agency paid the pregnant woman and then sold the baby to some Hollywood actor/actress for a profit. A significant profit. Sometimes they would buy a baby for $500 and sell the baby for as much as $10,000.

Anyway, there was this actor who was probably B list back in Old Hollywood. He also wrote a bunch of songs. A bunch as in several hundred so he was a singer/songwriter too. He specialized in Westerns and even had a lot of other talents that made him money. He volunteered a lot with children but after the third or fourth parent complained about his touching their kids, he decided to find a different way to get kids. He found this agency through a very good friend of his who was an A+ list mostly movie actress. The next thing you know, our actor bought five kids over the years, all of them molested and abused throughout their entire childhood. Our actor died at a relatively young age and it is said one of his kids killed him.

Smiley Burnette/Joan Crawford

10 comments:

Sunspirit said...

Now this is a reveal!

Blind Items Revealed #29 – Old Hollywood | Celebrity Review said...

[…] May 5, 2017 Back in the day, Hollywood celebrities didn’t want to go overseas to get their adopted children, they wanted American babies. They also didn’t want to wait in line or complete any paperwork. If at all possible they also wanted a third party or even a fourth party in the middle of the whole process. Adoption agencies tended to talk and studios would have to pay off money to keep the adoption agencies quiet about the biological parents of babies that actors and actresses were adopting. What to do. Well, one studio decided to partner with an “adoption agency” in the south. Only thing was that it was not a normal adoption agency. Sure, the babies that came from them were properly documented as being adopted, but it was everything else that was not quite above board. The babies were bought. The agency paid the pregnant woman and then sold the baby to some Hollywood actor/actress for a profit. A significant profit. Sometimes they would buy a baby for $500 and sell the baby for as much as $10,000. Anyway, there was this actor who was probably B list back in Old Hollywood. He also wrote a bunch of songs. A bunch as in several hundred so he was a singer/songwriter too. He specialized in Westerns and even had a lot of other talents that made him money. He volunteered a lot with children but after the third or fourth parent complained about his touching their kids, he decided to find a different way to get kids. He found this agency through a very good friend of his who was an A+ list mostly movie actress. The next thing you know, our actor bought five kids over the years, all of them molested and abused throughout their entire childhood. Our actor died at a relatively young age and it is said one of his kids killed him. Smiley Burnette/Joan Crawford The post Blind Items Revealed #29 – Old Hollywood appeared first on CRAZY DAYS AND NIGHTS. Source: Blind Items Revealed #29 – Old Hollywood […]

sandybrook said...

Montana and I nailed this one right out of the box, however his history said he died from leukemia, which was probably a cover up.

Salaam said...

Yep, I thought you had this sandybrook. And what was strange, there was the story that he died of leukemia, but there were also reports he killed himself. So the death must have been shady.

andi said...

Found something that says he knew he had cancer and killed himself after seeing someone else with cancer.

sandybrook said...

Yeah some say he died from it and some say he killed himself because he had it.

B626 said...

So nice of Joanie to point him in the right direction

Lady who lunches said...

Some website called foxella.com posted this 2 months ago. I found it via google.

Patrick said...

If he liked kids, she probably had no idea. I bet he was a great guy at work.

Sarah Plain and Tall said...

http://unsolvedmysteries.wikia.com/wiki/The_Children_of_Georgia_Tann

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