I’m going to leave this in the words of the tipster because it is very well said.
About six or seven years ago, I was invited to a friend’s house, where her and her husband were hosting a dinner.
Before we ate, I was hanging with my friend, who works as a model, chatting, and during our conversation I saw she received a text, and then immediately reacted by shaking her head and sighing uncomfortably. I asked her what the problem was, then she turned her phone around and showed me a shadowy video of a naked woman, clearly on drugs or alcohol, dancing in a mirror, attempting to be sexy.
She then explained that this woman has been aggressively trying to get my friend to sleep with her, and won’t stop sending her naked videos, even after my friend specifically telling her she’s married, not into women, and to stop sending the videos.
I explained to my friend that this amounts to harassment, and she should notify the authorities.
She then told me who the woman was, that she was famous, and had powerful friends, and it was better off if she just ignored it with the hopes eventually the woman would move onto someone else, it wasn’t worth risking social and career suicide.
So, imagine my reaction when the #metoo movement broke wide open, and emerging as the face of the “resistance”, the defender of all harassed women, was the exact same person who had incessantly sexually harassed my friend.
I’ve held back this story for months now, but in the light of Anthony’s death, I think it’s important for people to know the truth about their fearless leader.
She’s not who the media presents her to be, and my best guess is that she was intentionally inserted up front as controlled opposition, a loud, vocal leader in order to keep people focused only on the abuses of adult women, and distracted from the much bigger problem of pedophilia in Hollywood, which continues to be ignored by the media and the Hollywood community at large.