Isn’t it marvelous that you can make any headline sound believable if you start it with “Gary Busey Allegedly…”? Like “Gary Busey Allegedly Hits ISIS Without Congressional Approval” or “Gary Busey Allegedly Planning Manned Mission To The Sun With Spacecraft He Built Himself.” So when I read FoxNews.com’s piece about Courtney Stodden’s claim that Busey slapped her mother after trying to seduce her, the first words that came out of my mouth (after catching my breath from laughing hysterically) were “seems legit.” Here are the details of the allegations via FoxNews.com:
Courtney Stodden is not one to usually turn down attention, but when 70-year-old actor Gary Busey allegedly got a little too handsy with the 19-year-old, she asked her momager Krista Keller to step in.
“[Busey] approached me, seduced me and cornered me so I couldn’t go anywhere,” the “Celebrity Big Brother” alum wrote in her Daily Star Online column.
It was at this point that Keller approached the actor to ask him to back away from her daughter when he proceeded to slap her across the face, Keller told FOX411.
Reps for Busey did not return multiple requests for comment made by FOX411.
This certainly isn’t the worst PR that Stodden or Busey have had in their careers. Busey is known for making internet headlines with his erratic behavior, and most of Stodden’s career is based on horrible PR. This music video, for example, is actually Stodden’s attempt at good PR:
So, as you can see, adding the names Gary Busey and Courtney Stodden to any headline is like playing Mad Libs: Celebrity Train Wreck Edition. That being said, I wish the best for Gary Busey and his spacecraft as he attempts to be the first man to walk on the Sun. Godspeed.