"I hadn't uttered a word sober in about 15 years." The difficulties extended beyond making conversation, the Irish celeb revealed in the magazine's March issue. Farrell was offered million for the 14-minute video, but he and Narain reached a confidential settlement in 2006 to block its sale and distribution - but the video still turned up online. "I was deposed for four hours explaining why I didn't want it to be released.
Because I was just used to drunkenness and dark rooms and clubs and toilets and wherever." Farrell, 37, had a reputation as a ladies' man earlier on his career after being linked to the likes of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan.
Actress, ex-model, and former First Lady of Turks and Caicos, Lisa Raye Mc Coy, during a recent radio interview with Houston’s 97.9 The Box, shared her thoughts on double standards in the way black female celebrities are portrayed by the media versus their white counterparts.
Would anyone have even considered this type of ruse necessary for a Mandy Moore or Jessica Simpson?
Swift’s penchant for putting her high-profile relationships at the core of her music isn’t any different from Bob Dylan or Marvin Gaye singing about their divorces in the ‘70s.
Steffans had a well-documented history in amateur porn and with several hip-hop stars, including an extended relationship with Lil Wayne.
She worked the talk show circuit in promotion of her books, which landed on New York Times Bestseller lists.All of these factors are to blame for a culture that penalizes black women for not being chaste while championing white women’s right to define themselves as sexual beings.But the onus is on the media and those who consider themselves proponents of women’s rights and equality to recognize the biases that make it okay to celebrate P. Harvey’s sexual frankness while deriding Beyoncé’s. And female sexuality tends to be scorned when it isn’t controlled or presented by male interests.This is a very slippery slope and Lisa Raye clumsily touched on a hard truth.Steffans has trended on social media a few times, but never really became anything more than a pop culture footnote.