elliot-wolf - May 11, 2018
Thank God these generic sexual assault accusations don’t follow the same guidelines of Walmart’s 30 day dissatisfaction policy. Otherwise women wouldn’t be allowed the opportunity to ruin a man’s image after they randomly remember being groped eons ago. Aren’t satisfied with the outcome of your life? Exchange the accused party’s career for sympathy and a settlement without the slightest bit of proof or an actual conviction. A Utah woman is claiming Tom Sizemore may have touched her barely budding 11-year-old body sometime around 2003 during production of the Born Killers movie. This alleged inappropriate touching led her down a path of stress, drugs, and alcohol addiction. Naturally a lawsuit is the only thing that would make things even Stevens. She’s evaluating her troubles, the cost of needles to inject drugs into her arm, and bottles of liquor bought over the years to be worth $3 million. Her life she hop right back on track because giving an alcoholic junkie more money than they were destined to ever see in their life never leads to overdosing or death.
A Utah woman who told police Tom Sizemore groped her at a photo shoot when she was 11 is suing the actor.
The lawsuit filed Monday says the 2003 incident during production of the “Born Killers” movie left her with post-traumatic stress and drug and alcohol addiction.
If Tom is guilty I hope he goes down. Just not on an 11-year-old. But if he’s innocent than he just adds to the proof of Me Too being a witch hunt. Every male involved in the entertainment business now needs to worry about sexual assault allegations from the floozy they may have slipped a finger inside of on set. Upset and full of regret aspiring actresses who never made it past being a waitress are always the worst.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
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