Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Blind Items Revealed #1

June 15, 2019

This former A-/B+ list actress faked a serious illness in high school, so people from her past have been skeptical about her latest serious illness. When a person from her past randomly ran into the actress performing an activity which she implies is impossible and then posted the photo of it to Facebook, the actress freaked out. She is making bank off this illness, and persuaded her back in the day friend to remove it before anyone noticed. Oh, people noticed.

Selma Blair

29 comments:

Count Jerkula said...

Remember when she was so tiny & cute, getting railed by the large negro while she called him awful names? Never watched that moved, saw the scene dozens of times though.

AListDiva said...

@Count Jerkula I think u may mean Christina Ricci in Black Snake Moan?! I don't recall Selma getting railed in any movies other that The Sweetest Thing, and that was a white guy.

Troy Dyer said...

Is the friend a physician who is an expert in MS? From what I’ve seen with a couple of friends who have been diagnosed in the past couple of years- you have good days and bad days. Fuck this “friend”

Brayson87 said...

@Count, you mean the movie Storytelling. Horrible movie, complete garbage, but with great scenes. "Well at least your writing has improved."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storytelling_(film)

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0250081/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_55

Brayson87 said...

That dude railing her was actually her college professor that she picked up at a bar after she got bored with nailing her handicapped classmate.

Count Jerkula said...

@alistdiva: NSFW: https://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php?viewkey=ph5788a8a60c419

Chillax said...

+1 Troy Dyer

Lady Leaves said...

Does anyone know what illness Selma Blair faked in high school?

TellMeLies said...

I noticed that as soon as her story got headlines, she went downhill INSANELY fast--like a couple days. I find it interesting that she "searched for years" to find the cause of all her health problems--and seemed to be in fairly good health (at least visually, communicatively). And then after story went public and the tributes and accolades about her strength started pouring in, THEN her condition was BAM--she couldn't walk, she could barely talk, she had to shave her head, etc. I find it VERY suspicious when someones condition worsens THAT fast--not meaning good/bad days--but complete loss of mobility and speech that seemed to happen only after she made headlines. I'm sure a lot of $$ and help has suddenly come her way....

Thursday November said...

With MS you've got good days & you've got bad days. Most doctors don't catch diagnose until it's extreme bc early signs just look like other issues, with her she's a horse back rider, so her dr thought that was causing the damage.

There are days I need a cane & other days I am speed walking.

Vita said...

I cant believe any public figure would risk faking that severe of an illness in this day and age, that would be pretty diabolical. Her vocal degeneration seems hard to fake. If real, it does seem she's suffering rapid onset of symptoms. I know people who care for a lady who was completely bedridden by 32, so, sadly, anything can happen.

Notagoodscreenname said...

This would be horrible if she was found to be faking.

Life's Lessons said...

l was thinking Mackenzie Phillips going from One day at a time to the Mama's and Papa's

Post Cards From The Edge said...

That reminds me of valerie harper, I thought she only had months to live and she's still alive.

JKJK said...

All to deflect from her airplane meltdown, remember that? She's a fraud.

Tigerlily said...

A lot of autoimmune diseases are not easily diagnosed & it's a process of eliminating other diseases. And what kind of friend is this? I have RA & have good & bad days. On good days I look "normal" but on bad days I can hardly move. Two of my sisters in law had MS. One who passed 10 years ago was diagnosed in the late 1960's and was in a wheelchair in no time, MS eventually killed her. The younger one diagnosed in the 1990's & got better treatments but it still put her in a wheelchair that was operated by the last thing she could use-her chin. Then she got breast cancer which killed her at 50 but the MS would have eventually. It's a horrible disease.

Erin said...

Tigerlilly - I have RA, too, (Found out four years ago after I went to the doctor for gout.) So true about good and bad days. And periods make it worse :(

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Lady Leaves said...

Has Enty done a podcast on Selma Blair?

Nonya Bidness said...

How the fuck is she "making bank" from her illness? Is she making pharma ads?

Vita said...

Please take care, Cdaners with the chronic issues...sending prayers and good thoughts your way.

Krissie said...

Yeah stuff like MS, RA, autoimmune, Lyme ,all have periods of remission and periods of absolute hell, but I've never heard of having to shave your heard for MS. Vita that is very kind of you and much appreciated.

Flashy Vic said...

Pardon my ignorance, but what's RA stand for?

Krissie said...

rheumatoid arthritis

plot said...

SO Enty is trying to excuse his horrible treatment of Blair lo these many years?

Sounds like it.

How does one make "bank" off of being ill? Does she have a Go Fund Me?

Unknown said...

I beginning to think Selma Blair kicked original Enty in the balls at some point. Such hate directed her way....

James Howlett said...

Psychogenic Pain Disorders do exist. We really are just copilots, the higher brain does it all we are just ego and kind of hang on the best we can.

Kelly said...

Valerie Harper is dead

TellMeLies said...

Valerie Harper is NOT dead.

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