MORGAN SPURLOCK. GOT AHEAD OF THE STORY.
Morgan Spurlock (WHO?!) is trying a different strategy to keep from being destroyed by the current moral panic.
Before any accusations of bad boy behavior could surface, he’s confessed in an open letter in which he explains himself.
At the Morgan Spurlock hastag on Twitter I’m not seeing a lot of support for him. The hating on white male sexuality is so strong at this point that unless a major reset occurs, we’re going to destroy what’s left of the West until the Muzzies force that reset upon us.
At which point, women will be wishing for the good old days when their biggest problem was some guy calling them “hot pants.”
US documentary film-maker Morgan Spurlock has publicly confessed to a history of sexual misconduct, referring to himself as “part of the problem”.
Spurlock, who made the hit film Super Size Me, wrote on Twitter that he had been accused of rape and had paid to settle a claim of sexual harassment.
He also admitted cheating on “every wife and girlfriend I have ever had”.
The US entertainment industry has been rocked by claims of sexual abuse and harassment going back decades.
In a lengthy statement, Spurlock said that after months of such revelations he had come to the conclusion that “I am not some innocent bystander, I am also a part of the problem”.
“As I sit around watching hero after hero, man after man, fall at the realisation of their past indiscretions, I don’t sit by and wonder ‘who will be next?’ I wonder, ‘when will they come for me?’,” he wrote.
He said the allegations of rape took place at college. It did not lead to charges or investigations but he said the woman had written about the incident in a story writing class and had named Spurlock.