Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Blind Item #3

This foreign born B/B- list mostly movie actress who peaked a couple decades ago has also done reality. I forgot about that until I was writing the sentence. It was one of those cable programs that was popular almost a decade ago. Anyway, she has a minder with her from her home country. He and his bosses back home decide what crap low budget movies she will accept to star in depending on who they want her to sleep with. Despite living in LA, her films are almost always shot outside the US in the strangest of locations that almost no other actress would want to go. If you sit down with her, she can rattle off 30-40 names of government leaders around the world in these strange countries she has slept with under orders from her government.

35 comments:

bitchboy said...

Um... Brigitte Nielsen? I don't really see the danish or italian government making her sleep with people though.

Tricia13 said...

Bai Ling?

bitchboy said...

Ah good guess Tricia

gabthetired said...
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gabthetired said...

I agree with Bai Ling . . .she has a ton of recent titles on IMDB and very few (if any) hit the U.S. market.

Tricia13 said...

Thx Bitchboy:) I think yours is a good one.. let’s not forget Brigitte and Flava Flav!
I thought they would last foreverπŸ˜‰

ZantiMissKnit said...

Oooh, I forgot about crazy ol' Bai. I'll give her this, though - she smells nice.

Boldblonde said...

Bai Ling is a hit with all those government officials.

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Unknown said...

Yes... She was in Celebrity Rehab I think

DDonna Tarttty said...

Wow.

"I'm not really in reality. I'm in my own universe and my mind is a million miles somewhere else. I feel like I come from the moon because my mother told me I was found somewhere."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bai_Ling

Brayson87 said...

Yeah I wanted to say someone Eastern European, but

"In 2011, she appeared in the fifth season of the VH1 reality television series Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which documented her recovery from alcohol addiction"

Sign Name Below said...

The problem I have with the Brigette guess is that Enty mentions that he forgot she had done a reality show. I think this is a clue. Brigitte/Flava Flav were an answer within the last few months so I don't think it is her. (I dunno, though, maybe the answers were wrong and Enty doesn't read comments.)

Scandi Sanskrit said...

That's nothing to be judgmental about. If someone talked like that, I'd worry she'd been drugged by her "minders/handlers". You know, the only people she hangs around with and controls who she's allowed to hang around?

DDonna Tarttty said...

Yes, @ScandiSanskrit, I should have said more in my comment. She totally displays behaviors of early childhood ritualistic abuse programming for Beta Kittens and the like. Very sad.

Unknown said...

Why? And why would she go ahead and follow these supposed orders?

Beyond EMF said...

@DDonna Tarttty, appreciate your beta kitten programming remark. I don't see much commenting to that effect in other blinds. Bai, could probably write her own Thanks for the Memories.

Mem said...

So where are the "strangest of locations that almost no other actress would want to go"? Most of Bai Ling's low budget crap is shot in the US.

PotPourri said...

Poor Bai Ling. She has been abused ever since her childhood...

Sign Name Below said...

I can see this as being a Chinese national.

I worked for years in an industry that provided sporting equipment for athletes who the entire world watched every four years. One time, we had a tiger mom in with her daughter. The mom was older, and I realize she is probably a peer of Bai Ling's. Anyway, the mom was bemoaning the fact that her daughter was forced to train in the USA because coaches were so "soft." She reminisced about her own experiences as a Chinese athlete in another sport (also watched every four years) and how her coaches beat them, before, during and after practice. It was horrific. We naturally thought she was being sarcastic but no, she actually thought that was the way her young daughter should also be coached. She thought her daughter ought to be beaten for disagreeing with her coach and "not doing as she is told." I don't know if she suffers from Stockholm Syndrome but the woman had been here in the US for a decade or two and was nearing 50. Not sure if this shines any light on the Blind but this story popped into my head.

Rafael said...

Biggest Hollywood stars like Angelina and Clooney are CIA whores. Sean Penn poisoned Hugo Chavez...evebody knows it in LA.

Samantha Willow said...

Definitely sounds like a Russian or Chinese, maybe even North Korean.

Charles Fromage said...

Regarding Bai Ling, Wikipedia says she did a film "critical of human rights abuse in China, and as a result, Bai Ling's Chinese citizenship was revoked. She later became a U.S. citizen."

So I'm not sure why she would have a 'minder' now from China. She seems to have cut her ties.

Beth said...

@Charles Fromage, I don't think the minder is a government official. It's probably someone in organized crime.

HH314 said...

Yeah Charles, on this website facts don't matter. The most ridiculous conspiracy theories are peddled (see Rafael above).

DDonna Tarttty said...

"... Bai Ling's Chinese citizenship was revoked."

Well, duh. What better way to become a convincing double agent?

Right on with the Angelina/Clooney/Penn = CIA comment, @Rafael, and "whores" is exactly the right word. But add all the Clooney crowd like Affleck and Damon, etc. Frauds, phonies, fakes, mind-control spies. Clooney and his arms-dealing not-really-exactly-a-lawyer "wife" are the worst. Glad his career is going down in flames, though he probably stands a better chance of pulling out of it than Damon, who is not aging into his boyish face well at all and seems a lot stupider and less self aware, too.

AngryLiberalKTS. said...

Wrong, i poisoned the fuck.

Mad Hominem said...

She has been abused ever since her childhood...

And I'm going to start calling bullsh## on these claims of abuse.


Haven't we figured out by now that actors and actresses basically
live to steal focus from each other? There are so many people
jumping on the "I've been abused" bandwagon that it is no longer
possible to keep track of them. Nor is it likely that claiming
to be a victim of past abuse is going to make the world like you
to any greater extent.

LizOz said...

I just googled that and slipped down the rabbit hole 😱

T. W. said...

She hinted at this when she was on celebrity rehab.

T. W. said...

Bai Ling talked about being sexually abused as a child. She said she and other girls had to service government officials and other VIPs. Her adult behavior is consistent with an abuse victim/survivor.

plot said...

@Sign Name Below said

What a story! Thanks for sharing it. I'm trying to come up with famous Chinese women of Bai Ling's generation and only Gong Li comes to mind (LOVE her, btw.) But Li was never an athlete with coaches.

Your inserted BI is going to drive me crazy tonight. Who was a famous female athlete from China in the 90s?

Mad Hominem said...

@T.W. —

Sorry, but I just don't buy it. Just because people say something on reality TV doesn't mean they're recounting memories. Those shows are scripted and they have to feature dramatic moments. Plus, there is plenty of literature about abuse that these actors could read from.

Rinky said...

Sign Name Below - that's just standard ethnic Chinese mentality. Standard to some degree outside the west of Europe and North America to some degree, but definitely very Chinese. People think differently, very differently and they're not going to change. I've worked with Chinese kids and the parents offer to beat them (witha stick, they have a beating stick usually) for as little as not paying attention in class. It's common in various African states too. Friend of mine worked in a state Chinese kindergarten a few years ago and they slapped the babies (and hard, and upside the head to) like it was mo big deal. Shocking to us, standard to them. They go way too far, but then in the west by contrast it's easy to argue we are way, way too soft on kids, allowing them to ride roughshod over their parents' authority and allowing them way too much freedom to deleterious effect. A happy medium might be ideal. Certainly the way some kids behave and talk to their parents these days occasionally makes me highly sympathetic to the Chinese approach.

346NYC said...

Having done a lot of business in Southeast Asia/Middle East/China/Korea..
actually, just about everywhere, I can attest to these claims.
I had a relationship with an Ambassador to China from a very large important country
some years back and evading the Chinese is an art.
I remember once my relationship and I were in Brussels when we got into a HUGE argument
because he accused me of being a Chinese spy.
I couldn't believe it.
Looking back and after more life experience, I can understand why he was so paranoid.
The stories he would tell me about the subterfuge was really incredible.
I would bet there are photos of him and I lurking somewhere in Chinese intelligence.
p.s. I am a blonde, alas his accusations of being a Chinese spy seemed ridiculous.

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