We totally respect Selma Blair for taking this head on.
As you may know, the 43-year-old was taken off her Delta flight from Mexico on a stretcher earlier this week after a mid-flight outburst caused by mixing prescription pills with alcohol. On Tuesday, the actress issued a public apology to Vanity Fair saying she was "filled with shame" over the incident.
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After receiving encouraging words from OITNB star Lori Petty, Miz Blair admitted she's still reeling from her "big mistake":
At least Selma Blair is tackling this head on.
Following Selma's dramatic and scary outburst on a plane earlier this week, the actress spoke to Vanity Fair about the startling incident.
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While S.B. didn't explain her frightening comments alluding to potential abuse, she did admit to mixing pills with alcohol. It's a choice Ms. Blair now regrets considering her four-year-old son Arthur, along with her ex, were also aboard the plane.
In the actress' heartbreaking message, she explained:
We certainly hope Selma Blair is alright.
As we told you yesterday, the 43-year-old was carried off her Delta flight on a stretcher on Monday after exhibiting odd behavior from allegedly mixing prescription medication and alcohol.
During the mid-flight outburst, sources say she was heard yelling:
"He burns my private parts. He won't let me eat or drink. He beats me. He's going to kill me."
As new details emerge, we learn the Legally Blonde star seemed to be "happy and healthy" over Father's Day weekend as she vacationed with her her ex Jason Bleick and their 4-year-old son Arthur Saint.
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An insider tells People the actress appeared to be in good spirits as she spent time at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya — enjoying the spa, getting cozy with Bleick in a cabana, and meeting some of the local wild life with her son:
We hope she's okay!
On Monday, Selma Blair was taken off a plane in a stretcher, after making a disturbing outburst. The Legally Blonde actress was flying from Cancun to El Lay when onlookers say they saw her put something in her wine glass and mix it in the drink.
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That's when sources claim the 43-year-old began to yell:
"He burns my private parts. He won't let me eat or drink."
The Cruel Intentions alum also cried out:
"He beats me. He's going to kill me."
During the outburst,
Jimmy Fallon LOVES bringing new and innovative games to The Tonight Show — especially if they involve drinking!
On Tuesday night, the late night host took beer olympics to a whole new level when he challenged guest Liam Hemsworth to a round of Slip and Flip!
The contestants raced each other in this new game that combined Slip'N Slides and flip cup — and it looked like an absolute BLAST!
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Surprisingly, Fallon held his own against the youngest Hemsworth — who just looked happy that he didn't have to play Drinko instead. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to see who won intense drinking race!
Well at least it's something!
After Brock Turner, a.k.a. the Stanford Rapist, was found guilty earlier this week of sexually assaulting a girl and was then given an EXTREMELY light sentence, it seems karma is FINALLY catching up with this scumbag.
Despite the news that Brock will probably only serve half of his jail time, even though he lied about his drug an alcohol use, at least he can't compete in ANY competitive swimming event!
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The 20-year-old, who earned a swimming scholarship to Stanford, has been banned from ALL swimming events by USA Swimming. In order to compete in any official events, including the upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials that help to select athletes for the games, you MUST be an member of the organization. We guess that hex those witches put on the young man is working!
Scott Leightman, a spokesperson for USA Swimming released a statement regarding the decision saying: