Hollywood power players are dropping like flakes of Krispy Kreme onto Michael Moore’s bib. If these trends continue, it won’t be long before Tinseltown is populated solely by Tom Hanks, making one-man movies with an iPhone camera. Though, that would still be better than Hollywood’s current output.
The accusations have piled up so high in Hollywood, the LAPD has been forced to create a special task force to handle the investigations. No confirmation yet whether the entire squad is parked outside Brett Ratner’s house.
The department has assigned five detective duos to investigate 28 open sexual-assault cases out of the industries, while sending 37 more cases to other jurisdictions, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Along with the unprecedented number of accusations and the celebrity status of the suspects and some accusers, the cases are presenting unique challenges for detectives.
LAPD Capt. Billy Hayes told the Times that about 95 percent of the cases lack physical evidence, leaving the detectives to rely on witness accounts, which are rare, given that most of the alleged crimes happened in private.
A unit to keep tabs on celebs’ units?
Sixty-five open cases. Of sexual assault and various other rapey things. This, from the same over-privileged dunces who lecture us plebs on morality every time an awards show rolls around.
We’ve now got cops whose sole job is to keep Kevin Spacey away from playgrounds. Jeffrey Tambor away from men in lady-clothes. Harvey Weinstein away from the garden section at Home Depot.
Celebs now require the same amount of police attention as inner-city gangbangers and drug-pushing Scarface wannabes. All thanks to their rampant rapery. Good job, guys.
Methinks the days of elitist Hollywood types lecturing us about morality are over.