Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Blind Item #8

This teen, who is not even old enough to drive left a premiere after party last night with a producer who is in his 30's. He had been hitting on her all night.

32 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Skai Jackson?

MDAnderson said...

Thandie newton daughter Nico Parker??

Brayson87 said...

Wow, "parents and guardians" is kind of a joke in those circles.

J said...

Maybe the producer knows the Admissions Dean at Georgetown.

Troy Dyer said...

Sophia Lillis - new Nancy Drew movie coming out

:| raven |: said...

not old enough to drive - that would be below 16. sick f**k of a producer.

my niece is a brilliant musician (plays piano and writes her own music), plays other instruments, acts, sings, etc. she really is just naturally talented. she could/would be famous; however, i keep telling my sister NO. the price she would have to pay in the entertainment industry is too high.

Jesse the Mind said...

The cycle will never end.

Brayson87 said...

+1 raven, young talent always winds up paying a price, consensual and otherwise. But after she reaches a certain age it might be safer. Luckily she's a songwriter so she doesn't have to worry about selling her body and can keep writing songs.

Davina David said...

This has always gone on and apparently it's always going to go on. There seems to be nothing anyone can do about it. Oh well, when the Elite Ruling Party in D.C. wants her to be able to vote when she's 16, celebrates pre-pubescent drag queens, and encourages child trafficking through open borders...what do we expect?
Good luck to the girl and I hope she gets something out of it other than stds and bad memories.

MontanaMarriott said...

O/T
Felicity Huffman indicted along with other celebrities

https://www.tmz.com/2019/03/12/felicity-huffman-lori-loughlin-arrested-college-admissions-bribery-scam/

The John said...

@Brayson
Wsn't there a Blind about Grace VanderWaal getting grobed by some music producer and insulted, because she didn't wore, either ashorter skirt or pants?

sandybrook said...

That bribery scam started with college basketball where street agents would demand payment from college coaches to get elite players to go play for them. It's a huge scandal in college sports many have been arrested and jailed or fired from jobs already. Yesterday, a college coach who used to be head coach at Pennsylvania testified under oath he accepted bribes from a CEO of a big company in Miami to lie to admissions about his kids qualifications to attend Penn and the Wharton School. The coach passed him off as a player deserving a basketball scholarship and the schools let him in. Coach said he wasn't that good a player yesterday.

:| raven |: said...

@Brayson

+1

exactly. i told her she has to wait. :)

John the peon said...

No telling how many will get caught up in this admissions scandal, they could be from all walks of life that has lots of money, to much pride to send junior to a normal college, and no sense.

:| raven |: said...

aunt becky!!!

tsk tsk

it ALWAYS catches up to you.

Brayson87 said...

@The John, Not sure, there have been several blinds about music producers that make Hollywood producers look like saints.

Max Power said...

When it's a 30yo trying to bed a 15yo, I don't think "hitting on" is the correct way to describe it.

sandybrook said...

The feds are discovering this scandal involves more than college sports as they dig deeper into schools records.

:| raven |: said...

@sandy

going to be huge.

:| raven |: said...

Aunt Becky paid $500,000 to bribe her daughters' way into USC? A HALF A MILLION DOLLARS just to get them into USC? How bad were their grades and test scores? pic.twitter.com/dBpSpdrnnm
— Ooooh Billy Billy Billy Billy (@Old_Billy_Baroo) March 12, 2019

Brayson87 said...

@John the peon, Who's going to pursue the admissions scandal? The people who either benefited from it or the people who might need it in the future for their children? Sh!t the money to be made hushing it will be outrageous. Not just the legal stuff, but also parents who never told their children they didn't really accepted and don't want them to find out.

:| raven |: said...

In all, 50 people were charged in the criminal investigation that went by the name "Operation Varsity Blues." Those arrested include two SAT/ACT administrators, one exam proctor, nine coaches at elite schools, one college administrator and 33 parents, according to Andrew Lelling, the US attorney for Massachusetts.

sandybrook said...

They paid off college coaches to get them in, that's how they were discovered too. USC is a big part of the basketball briberies. LSU, Arizona, Kansas, Louisville are others for basketball right now.

Vita said...

Raven-- lol! And I always chose Lynette Scavo as the least Desperate of the Housewives!😒

Vita said...

And, back to this blind...proof the MJ and RKelly story have had zero impact in the circles where they should mean the most

Flashy Vic said...

Whats the difference between some noveau riche celebrity fucktard slipping a coach or dean half a mill to get their retarded spawn into a decent college and some old money or tech billionaire funding an audtorium, library or hall of residence so that their by blows can fuck about lighting their own farts, puking over Chinese kids and sacrificing babies to the Owl God, well into the unforseeable future?


TellMeLies said...

It sucks that you just KNOW because they ARE big money people and celebrities, that all these parents will get a slap on the wrist. Or, they will be able to buy their way out of their sentences. This is seriously so WRONG and unfair to those of us common folks that work so hard to get ahead. It's just a perfect example of how money talks, and it's just sickening. I really hope they list every celebrity involved because I will cease to support them in any way knowing how sleazy they are.

I truly hate humanity so often now...

Brayson87 said...

Flashy Vic, you know none may speak of the Tootsie Pop Owl except the Secret Order of Hooters! ;)

sandybrook said...

Vic since these kids were being portrayed as athletes, they have lower academic standards to meet than a regular kid, and they might be in on scholorship. The billionaire bastard can buy anything he wants to get in, these people are paying $1-400000 to get their brats in..

Brayson87 said...

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

https://www.amazon.com/Price-Admission-Americas-Colleges-Outside/dp/1400097975

It's really only the middle class that ever fell for the bullsh!t. At least both the lower and upper classes understand from the start how things work.

el said...
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el said...

@Troy Dyer she's 17, old enough to drive.

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