the cards are all crashing down.
who knew one jackal would cause alla this to happen?
so we’lll get into ^that in a sec.
it ties together nicely later.
as i fonted to you before,
terry crews had ( x his own story about sexual harassment ).
sidebar: aunt wendy pissed me off with this about him…
not for nothing,
i don’t think you’re brave staying with your philandering hyena of a husband.
we letting you cook with your truth and you should let terry with his.
anyway when you go about a take down of a hyena or jackal,
you’ll have many that will be against you.
they tend to have a lot of friends or stans.
some who will beg you to “lightening up” your paw on their neck.
aka russell simmons,
allegedly wanted terry to lighten his paw on the neck of on the accused,
terry blasted an alleged email sent by russell on his twitter via vix-bi…
“did he ever apologize.
give the agent a pass…”
i’d be up-fuckin-set if i got an email like that.
someone tried to steal my foxhole and i need to forgive?
if that is true,
russell should be ashamed of himself.
now this is where that picture above comes in at.
adam may have been in a special “jackal club” like brett ratner.
brett is russell’s protege.
according to the la times:
Keri Claussen Khalighi was a 17-year-old fashion model from a farm town in Nebraska when she met Brett Ratner and Russell Simmons at a casting call.
Ratner was an up-and-coming music video director and a protege of Simmons, the Def Jam Recordings mogul. They took Khalighi to dinner one night in 1991 at Mr. Chow in New York, and then back to Simmons’ apartment to show her a music video they’d been working on.
Quickly, Simmons began making aggressive sexual advances, yanking off her clothes, Khalighi said.
“I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I’ll never forget the look on his face,” she recalled. “In that moment, the realization fell on me that they were in it together.”
Khalighi said that Simmons, who was then about twice her age, tried to force her to have intercourse. “I fought it wildly,” she said. He eventually relented and coerced her to perform oral sex, she alleged. “I guess I just acquiesced.”
Ratner, meanwhile, “just sat there and watched,” she said.
Feeling “disgusting,” Khalighi said she went to take a shower. Minutes later, she alleged, Simmons walked up behind her in the shower and briefly penetrated her without her consent. She said she jerked away, then he left. “It hurt so much.”
In a statement, Simmons, 60, strongly disputed her account. “Everything that occurred between Keri and me occurred with her full consent and participation,” he said. Much of the two days and one night he spent with her, he said, was with other people, or in public. Ratner had “no recollection” of Khalighi asking him for help and denied witnessing her “protest,” his attorney Martin Singer said.
Ratner has also disputed the accounts of four other women who accused him of sexual misconduct in this story and a previous report by The Times that included the claims of six others, among them actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge.
Since that Nov. 1 report, which detailed allegations of harassment, groping and forced oral sex, additional women contacted The Times about Ratner, who has directed, produced or financed successful films including “Rush Hour,” “The Revenant” and “Horrible Bosses.
In several of the accounts, the women said that Ratner, 48, surrounded himself with powerful friends, including Simmons and filmmaker James Toback, who, while sharing Ratner’s playboy lifestyle, have also been accused of engaging in sexual misconduct. Those friendships, some women said, enabled inappropriate behavior within the group, sometimes by active participation and in other cases by simply providing venues for incidents to take place.
These men and other older, controversial Hollywood friends — including producer Robert Evans and filmmaker Roman Polanski — have served as father figures to Ratner, who had a distant relationship with his late dad. Evans, the former Paramount Pictures production chief who was convicted of trafficking cocaine, explained his relationship with Ratner in a 2007 Vanity Fair story: “I was his Hollywood father. I don’t know whether I should be proud of that or not.”
i’m shocked these allegations were by a male for russell.
i have a question for the foxhole.
i’m going to try and word it the best way i can.
How do we know most of these stories are true?
some seem legit by the details,
are these tales of sexual harassment or…
“I did something because I was promised a part and I gave head/fucked for nothing?
So I’m gonna join in on this so I can get my retribution…”
let’s be real here.
plenty of folks,
both female AND male,
have used the casting couch to get ahead.
some are fucked twenty ways til sunday in hopes of being a breakout star.
some are chosen; others are ghosted.
some had what it took; others were just conquests.
i’m not deny most are telling the truth,
but how do we know which ones are telling the truth?
anyone can say they were sexually harassed,
when the story went another way or they never even met the accused before.
in a scandal,
“everyone” has a story,
either real or “now is my chance to get my fifteen minutes”.
lowkey: it would be a shame if russell’s legacy goes down for this triflin behavior.
i’ve heard he likes to allegedly party tho.
especially in alleged groups with the lights off.
article cc: latimes