Sharon Tate’s Sister Says Leonardo DiCaprio & Brad Pitt ‘Don’t Give A Shit’ About Manson’s Victims, Are Just Doing Tarantino’s Film For The Paycheck!

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt starring in Quentin Tarantino‘s penultimate film about Sharon Tate‘s murder might sound like cinematic perfection — but not everyone is happy with the dream casting.

The biggest critic, unshockingly, is the late actress’ sister Debra Tate, who says the Hollywood heavyweights are only in it for the money!

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Debra had plenty to say about the casting announcement for Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, claiming that Pitt and DiCap don’t give a flying fuck about Charles Manson‘s victims — specifically, her deceased sister.

She told TMZ that the two actors likely haven’t thought this project through because they are “throwing all their social responsibility to the wind,” explaining:

“To [celebrities] it’s a paycheck and these people just don’t care. They are terribly hurtful to the actual family and all the living victims. They don’t give a shit.”

Sounds a bit harsh, but her theory that Tarantino will just end up glorifying Manson holds weight, given the filmmaker’s penchant for eroticizing gore.

However, this casting news is just the latest in Debra’s growing list of issues about Hollywood exploiting her sister’s death on its 50th anniversary.

Debra also blasted Hilary Duff, who is playing Sharon in a different film, for previously posting an insensitive photo on Instagram joking about the murdered actress’s unborn baby:

Had the baby 😳🐻A post shared by Hilary Duff (@hilaryduff) on Feb 1, 2018 at 10:09pm PST

In response to the photo, which seems to make light of the fact that the 26-year-old was due to give birth in two weeks when she was brutally stabbed to death, Debra fumed:

“What kind of trash is she? That’s just absolutely garbage. Is there any point in that?”

It’s hard not to see her points about the exploitation of her sister’s tragedy — but sadly, that’s just another day in Hollywood.

That said, there will still be fans who see and likely rave about Tarantino’s new film. We mean, won’t you?

[Image via The Weinstein Company.]

Mar 2, 2018 1:52pm PDT