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[–] a_fucking_dude 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Well, this is not the usual #metoo shit where women all try and paint themselves as victims of their own prostitution. Dude is an online predator, got busted, he's on the registry, she found out and said something. I do not see this as a feminazi slander take-down. She just said something to someone, not the cops, she just said something to someone at the studio, and the studio decided to cut him out. So now everyone is giving her the cold shoulder? WTF?

edit: if you're on the offender registry, maybe show business is not the best career direction for you. Everything is under a microscope. Try construction or something like that.

[–] JJNova 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

It's difficult to get into construction if you are a registered sex offender. This is due to a "can't be X close to a school, church, playground, etc" that gets slapped on most of them. Construction requires being all around the city, and most construction companies want to build schools when they get the opportunity (practically guaranteed profit).

I work in construction. Mostly the smaller companies are the only ones that take a chance on a sex offender. Mostly because they know their clients and aren't worried about it.

[–] a_fucking_dude 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

To him(not you, of course) I would say, "Get a work van and some tools and go into business." I some folks don't want to business with you, okay. Just be reliable, do good work and keep spreading your business cards around. And don't rape your customer's daughters.

[–] bagano1 [S] 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

Well, I pointed out before that the director, Shane Black, seems to have a thing for shoving kids into every production he has, no matter how ridiculous it is, and that this guy has worked in several movies he has made. I think that's the only work he gets.

I'm sorry, I'm just saying, where there's smoke...