In a recent interview with the Radio Times, the 59-year-old admitted that becoming diabetic was nobody's fault but his own, saying:
"I'm part of the lazy American generation that has blindly kept dancing through the party and now finds ourselves with a malady. I was heavy. You've seen me in movies. You know what I looked like. I was a total idiot."
The A-lister confessed that his poor diet is what put him in this position, and he wasn't very cautious in his attempts to avoid the diagnosis:
"I thought I could avoid it by removing the buns from my cheeseburgers. Well, it takes a little bit more than that."
And while he's criticizing his past actions, the movie star is much more optimistic when it comes to his future, adding:
Geena attended along with costars Tracy Reiner, Anne Ramsay, Freddie Simpson, Megan Cavanaugh, and Patti Pelton; unfortunately, Tom Hanks, Lori Petty, Rosie O'Donnell, and Madonna couldn't make it out.
On Monday, it was revealed that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are facing a lawsuit for their grown son Chet Hanks (AKA Chet Haze)'s car accident from over a year ago. WHAT?
In case you forgot, the Toy Story star's son allegedly rear-ended a driver named Terry Moogan while "driving his vehicle in an unreasonable and unsafe manner" on one of the major freeways in Southern California. Not to mention, the plaintiff is also accusing the 25-year-old of being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol at the time.
Yikes! Since Tom and Rita are Chet's parents and the owners of the vehicle involved in the accident, Terry's legal team is claiming that they too are responsible for the physical and emotional injuries their client received due to the collision. Oh, no.
In a recent legal document, the complainant stated: