February 15, 2008, - 11:29 am

“Body Odor”: Hollywood’s Lies – Yet Another Moonbat Celeb Cracks Up

By Debbie Schlussel
This story is hilarious and typical of Hollywood.
Remember Kathleen Turner, the once sexy and beautiful star of “Romancing the Stone” and “Body Heat”? Well, now the has-been actress has turned into a fat man and what’s coming out of her mouth–and her pen–is more like Body Odor.
The leftie former bim, in her new memoir, “Send Yourself Roses,” defames actor Nicolas Cage, claiming that he

was arrested twice for drunk-driving and, I think, once for stealing a dog. He’d come across a Chihuahua he liked and stuck in his jacket.

For the record–not that there needs to be one, since who cares enough to buy this has-been’s book?–Cage never stole a Chihuahua or any kind of dog:


I have never been arrested for anything in my life, nor have I stolen a dog. I am reaching out to my fans – many of whom are children – so that they know that I do not condone drunk driving or theft. The reason why you’ve never seen a mug shot of me is because it does not exist.

Cage is suing Turner for libel in the UK, where defamation laws are stricter than they are here.
Also, typical, the yentas on ABC’s hag-fest, “The View,” yesterday, plugged Turner’s phony tome big-time. They asked her a softball question:

Baba Wawa: Nicolas Cage says the book’s allegations against him aren’t true.
Kathleen Turner: Well, that was many years ago, and that’s all I’m supposed to say.

And that was it.
The story of Turner’s phony “revelations” against Cage–her leading man in “Peggy Sue Got Married”–are emblematic of all celebrities’ statements, claims, and political views. They are made up and worth less than half a gumball.
Another lesson: The level of vetting. The publishers and legal team at Turner’s publisher let her allegations go by, without as much of a second look. Do you think writing by someone like me or Ann Coulter–accusing someone of several crimes–would go unvetted?
Don’t bet your life on it.
Turner is an activist in Planned Parenthood, a concept for which she is certainly a poster child.

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“Well, now the has-been actress has turned into a fat man…”
Great line, my honey Debbie. It reminds me of the line in Borat when he is talking to the feminists and he’s saying to himself, “I couldn’t concentrate on what this old man was saying thinking about Pamela and her red water panties” (or something close).
I always hate it when these Planned Parenthood activists didn’t have parents who practiced it.

Jeff_W on February 15, 2008 at 12:42 pm

Oh, one more thing, instead of writing “Send Yourself Roses”, she should have written “Send Yourself to Jenny Craig.”
Nothing more fun than a formerly hot babe who gets fat and old and then gets bitter seeing the hot young girls getting her perks.

Jeff_W on February 15, 2008 at 12:45 pm

Jeeeeeeeeezzzzz did she get fat & ugly fast! No wonder she’s off he rocker, she’s disgusted with herself – only she is externalizing it on others. She doesn’t realize that “Projection” is easy for us to pick up on.

RC Flyer on February 15, 2008 at 1:29 pm

Kathleen Turner looks like William Shaettner in a wig.

Yiddish Steel on February 15, 2008 at 1:36 pm

Turner’s struggles with alcohol are well known. Though Cage played a chronic alcoholic in “Leaving Las Vegas”, he doesn’t have the same reputation. I’d trust his version of the events much quicker than I would her’s. An alcoholic I knew in the service told me there was an ENTIRE SEMESTER of college that he has no memory of because of his drinking.
Wow, Turner used to be a show stopper. Other actresses, such as Lena Olin and Maria Conchita Alonso, age gracefully.

richardzowie on February 15, 2008 at 3:29 pm

Since she’s on her moral high horse, I wonder if Ms. Turner mentioned anything in her book about the 87 people who were murdered at the Happy Land Social Club in the South Bronx in 1990.
Happy Land was a night club that catered to Dominicans and Hondurans in a part of the South Bronx. One night, after an argument with his girlfriend who worked in the bar and was ejected, Julio Gonzalez returned a short time later and poured gasoline just inside the front doorway of the club and set it afire.
The only exit from the club was through the front entrance (which was ablaze). There were bars on the windows, and since there was no other way out, 87 people died.
The club’s landlord was Jay Weiss, none other than the husband of Kathleen Turner.
Weiss didn’t own the club and he didn’t manage it, however, he rented it to the club’s owner knowing damn well it presented itself as a fire trap.
After the tragedy, Her Moral Highness, Kathleen Turner, was quoted in The new Yorker saying; “the fire was unfortunate but could have happened at a McDonald’s.”
Additionally, court records after the disaster showed that while the Happy Land Social Club’s landlord (Jay Weiss) tried to evict the club for nonpayment of rent, the landlord (Jay Weiss) never informed Housing Court that it had been ordered closed for serious fire and building code violations. Turner and her husband KNEW it was a fire trap.
Incidentally, building owners, sometimes working through intermediaries who sublease the property, can take in far more rent from social clubs than they can from other legitimate tenants in low-income neighborhoods, making the risk worthwile, for some.
“If you rent a store for $2,500 a month that could get only $1,500 on the market, some owners will look the other way, figuring that nothing will happen,” said Mark Engel, the president of the Bronx Board of Realtors.
Needless to say, Turner’s husband never faced any criminal charges.
So, think of this tragedy the next time Her Moral Highness condemns others as she rides her Moral High Horse into her Ivory Tower.
“the fire was unfortunate but could have happened at a McDonald’s.” — Kathleen Turner, as she tries to put distance between herself and the fire trap her husband owned.

Thee_Bruno on February 15, 2008 at 3:52 pm

BTW, McDonald’s stores have multiple exits and the windows don’t have bars on them…so, the consequences of a fire in such a place are minimal. People can escape through doors and windows.

Thee_Bruno on February 15, 2008 at 4:07 pm

It is true that she was once thin and beautiful, howver a lot of women have this problem after menopause. Should she lay down and die? That is very mean to make fun.

rhiannon on September 13, 2010 at 7:08 pm

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