elliot-wolf - June 6, 2018
Ellen Pompeo is allegedly more frightening to receive a phone call from than Liam Neeson if the nature of her call is to also tell you she’s coming to take back what you took from her. Just as long as what you took isn’t her purse. That also contains her cell phone. On which she would make that terribly frightening phone call to threaten low-life thieves who possess the audacity to steal her shit. Obviously there’s some kind of crime syndicate that’s operating under the radar and running off with the items and belongings of intoxicated white women in Italy. Maybe it’s the mob. Yes, it’s definitely the mafia who stakes out eateries waiting for the perfect moment to snatch a celebrity’s purse. Pompeo eventually got her purse back without anything being stolen.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” star, who earns $10 million a year, shared her purse was swiped on Friday while out and about in Florence, Italy. “My purse was stolen from right under my nose!!” the 48-year-old captioned a snap of local police. “I blame the rose!! But Grazia to whoever stole it for dropping it on the street exactly intact.”
Despite the drama, Pompeo wasn’t helpless – she was able to watch some of it unfold with the help of technology. “I was tracking my phone and chasing you down,” she added. “Had I caught you… it would not have ended well for you… I am nice but let’s not forget my heritage… Napolitano.”
I hope every underhanded individual in Florence is listening closely to Pompeo’s warning because she’s straight outta Naples, crazy motherfucker named Ellen. There’s nothing more annoying than a woman who indulges in unnecessary shit talking in hindsight. You’ve called the police first and used the Find My iPhone feature so please shut up. We can do without the “would of, could of, and only if I caught you first” spiel after the safe return of your purse. Continue to count your calories and blessings.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
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