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eddie van halen (or maybe charles manson) arriving at elton john oscar party
source:: yahoo news
Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin fears a backlash over his forthcoming semi-autobiographical novel - because readers might think he's mad. The former child actor is urging fans not to read too much into new book Junior - because he worries it could spark rumors about his mental health. He says, "I hope people don't think I'm crazy, because I'm not." Culkin decided to write the book when he found himself struggling to find acting jobs, but writing it turned him into somewhat of a recluse. He adds, "I've led a very isolated existence since I was six years old. It's kind of been me and my mind."
I think some of the pictures have been posted already, but the videos are all new and all extremely not safe for work, which is how we like 'em, right?!
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Tuesday, March 7, 2006; Posted: 8:27 a.m. EST (13:27 GMT)
WHITE PLAINS, New York(AP) -- Dana Reeve, who won worldwide admiration for her devotion to her "Superman" husband, Christopher Reeve, through his decade of near-total paralysis, has died of lung cancer at age 44.
Reeve, a singer-actress who gave up some of her own career to be one of the nation's best-known caregivers, died late Monday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Medical Center, said Kathy Lewis, president of the Christopher Reeve Foundation, which both Reeves had chaired.
Dana Reeve wasn't a smoker but she announced in August that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer.
The couple had a 13-year-old son, Will, and Dana Reeve had two grown stepchildren, Matthew and Alexandra.
"On behalf of the entire board of directors and staff of the Christopher Reeve Foundation, we are extremely saddened by the death of Dana Reeve, whose grace and courage under the most difficult of circumstances was a source of comfort and inspiration to all of us," Lewis said in a statement.
Christopher Reeve, the one-time Hollywood "Superman" turned activist for spinal cord research after a 1995 horse-riding accident, died in 2004.
Dana Reeve was a constant companion and supporter of her husband during his long ordeal and his work for a cure for spinal cord injuries.
She was chairwoman of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, which funds research on paralysis and works to improve the life of the disabled. To date, it has awarded $55 million in research grants and $7.5 million in quality of life grants.
She was performing in the Broadway-bound play "Brooklyn Boy" in California when she had to streak home to reach her husband's bedside before he died. She gave up the role for the New York run.
Reeve also served on the boards of The Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, TechHealth, and The Reeve-Irvine Center for Spinal Cord Research and as an advisory board member to the National Family Caregivers Association.
She received numerous awards for her work, including the Shining Example Award from Proctor & Gamble in 1998, an American Image Award from the AAFA in 2003. In 2005, the American Cancer Society named her Mother of the Year.
In addition to her son and step-children, she is survived by her father, Dr. Charles Morosini, and sisters Deborah Morosini and Adrienne Morosini Heilman.
No funeral plans were announced. The family said donations could be made in Dana Reeve's memory to the Christopher Reeve Foundation in Short Hills, New Jersey.
Am I the only one who didn't see this coming at all? How sad!
Movie legend Sir Anthony Hopkins has criticised film bosses for making "condescending" films "Audiences aren't so mindless as movie-makers think", he told the Radio Times magazine.
The Hollywood star's latest film, The World's Fastest Indian, is a true story about a New Zealander motorcyclist who broke the land speed record.
Sir Anthony said of the movie: "No sex or violence, and that's refreshing. I'm also tired of the camera moving all over the place, with car chases so cut and edited you don't know what's happening. It's condescending. Audiences aren't so mindless as movie-makers think."
He added: "If you look at The Shining or Fargo, they photograph it and let actors tell a story. That's the old-fashioned way. I hope it comes back."
The Silence of the Lambs star added that he would not put up with "tyrannical" directors any longer, adding: "I don't take this acting business seriously ... I enjoy acting more now than ever because I treat it as an enjoyable hobby.
"I can't get caught up in the self-importance. People bow to your every wish and you forget where you come from and what you're doing," he told the magazine.
"I recently worked with two actors who wouldn't come out of their trailers for some reason. Can you figure that out? It's insanity. Or they complain because their trailers aren't big enough. Bulls***. It's a job, like any other, so don't make a big deal. Be polite, treat the crew with respect and don't think you're different.
"I've worked with directors who are tyrannical and sadistic - but no longer. I'd rather do something else."
Sir Anthony, who became a US citizen in 2000, said he would never make a stage comeback. He said: "I won't return to theatre work. It's monotonous, too much like being in prison, standing on stage in tights.
"I admire actors who can do it, and I'm sure they have a great life, but I can't stay in any one place for too long, or settle into that grey, sombre atmosphere of the Waterloo Road on a wet Wednesday afternoon. There's something so depressing looming across the muddy Thames from that concrete breeze block, with the smell of stale coffee, and thinking, 'Oh, God I have to do another matinee', and the luvvies and the darlings.
"They're all right, but I have better interests than sitting in Le Caprice talking about the problems of being an actor."
Gee, I wonder who he could be reffering to? Here is a list of recent films he's worked on at IMDB. There are so many possibilities!
The sexy singer has nearly finished her latest album, and hopes her horde of fans and followers will accept her new and sophisticated look.
She says, "It has a 1940s feel I am most proud of."
But 25-year-old beauty confesses that her 'dirrty' behaviors aren't fully in the past.
"There's still scope for the wild Christina in me. I can still be a bit naughty, but not as much."
It seems safe to say that her hubby put a halt to the bad-girl image to let her true talent shine. You don't have to flaunt your body all over TV to sell platinum or top the charts like some of these young ladies do.
Actress Pamela Anderson certainly knows how to play on someone's weak points to get what she wants!
The former Baywatch star, who is also an animal activist, refused to sit down at a Friday lunch in the House of Flaunt in the Hollywood Hills with the Japanese designers of the Sly fashion line until everyone shed their furs and removed the animal pelts from her sight.
She then declined to take off her trench coat and model the clingy, low-cut wrap dress designed by Sly until the designers agreed to never use fur again.
"They're good for something," the New York Post quoted the curvy animal-rights activist, as telling Page Six as she unleashed her collet.
"The power of the trench coat," she added.
I wonder if her trench coat is biodegradable?
HOLLYWOOD bad boy Heath Ledger has had another run-in with the media, just hours after he was snubbed for the best actor Oscar.The incident occurred outside the A-List, invite-only, post-Oscar Vanity Fair Party at West Hollywood's legendary restaurant, Morton's.
As Ledger and his fiancee, Michelle Williams, arrived at the party they decided not to stop and talk to a contingent of international reporters and photographers camped outside.
When the media realised the Brokeback Mountain stars had given them the cold shoulder, some began to boo and jeer.
The ever-defiant Ledger responded by giving the press a two-finger "up yours" gesture over his shoulder.
Ledger and Williams then slipped into the party, the hottest of all post-Oscar celebrations with a select guest list including Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Naomi Watts, Mick Jagger, Lindsay Lohan, Madonna, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon and Robert Altman.
The run-in continued Perth-born Ledger's tussle with the press, which in the past 12 months has included battles with water pistols, his infamous orange peeling incident during a TV interview to promote his film Lords of Dogtown and allegations of spitting.
After a tumultuous New Year holiday where paparazzi camped out at his $7 million home at Sydney's Bronte Beach, Ledger put the house up for sale.
The publicity-shy Ledger has also moved his US base from Los Angeles to New York, but instead of buying a home in Manhattan where the Big Apple's paparazzi lurk, he headed to the less fashionable and anonymous borough of Brooklyn.
The best actor Oscar went to Capote's Hoffman, who ironically also bypassed the media at the Vanity Fair party, but was not jeered.
Despite Ledger's quarrels with the press and missing out on the Academy Award, he still has plenty of fans, including Brokeback Mountain director, Ang Lee.
After the Academy Awards ceremony Lee, who won the best director Oscar, said he would congratulate Ledger for his work on Brokeback Mountain.
"I will hug him," Lee told reporters.
"I will praise him. I will tell him what he meant in my mind."
The Taiwanese-born filmmaker said Ledger's portrayal of gay ranchhand Ennis Del Mar would go down as one of the great performances in the history of film.
"I think it's not only remarkable, it's almost like a miracle," Lee said.
"A lot of people told me that his performance remind them of a young Brando. It's just outstanding."
Lee added that Ledger, who was a bridesmaid to Hoffman throughout the Hollywood award season, would one day break through.
"The movie awards over the years, there's a tide," Lee said.
He prob just wanted to get inside and get stuck into the champers!
Trump and Ivanka, a vice president of real estate development at the Trump Organization, appeared Monday on ABC's "The View" to promote her five-episode stint as a boardroom adviser on "The Apprentice."
When asked how he would react if Ivanka, a former teen model, posed for Playboy, Trump replied, "It would be really disappointing - not really - but it would depend on what's inside the magazine."
He added: "I don't think Ivanka would do that, although she does have a very nice figure. I've said if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her."
His comments drew laughs from the audience, and prompted "View" co-host Joy Behar to crack, "Who are you, Woody Allen?"
|Inland Valley Daily Bulletin|
This is a quote from her - "I make money because I have to pay for everything apart from my [Choate] school fees. My mother even makes me pay my own telephone bill."
After her Dad's "she does have a very nice figure" comment, I wonder if that will include therapy?
LOS ANGELES -- One of the mysteries of the 2006 Oscar season is the virulence with which lovers of "Brokeback Mountain" savaged "Crash." When the film about racism actually won the Oscar for best picture Sunday, there was no grace in their response. As someone who felt "Brokeback" was a great film but "Crash" a greater one, I would have been pleased if either had won.
But here is Ken Turan in the Los Angeles Times, writing on the morning after: "So for people who were discomfited by 'Brokeback Mountain' but wanted to be able to look themselves in the mirror and feel like they were good, productive liberals, 'Crash' provided the perfect safe harbor. They could vote for it in good conscience, vote for it and feel they had made a progressive move, vote for it and not feel that there was any stain on their liberal credentials for shunning what 'Brokeback' had to offer. And that's exactly what they did."
And Nikki Finke, in the LA Weekly: "Way back on Jan. 17, I decided to nominate the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Best Bunch of Hypocrites. That's because I felt this year's dirty little Oscar secret was the anecdotal evidence pouring in to me about hetero members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences being unwilling to screen 'Brokeback Mountain.' For a community that takes pride in progressive values, it seemed shameful to me that Hollywood's homophobia could be on a par with Pat Robertson's."
Yes, and more than one critic described "Crash" as "the worst film of the year," which is as extreme as saying John Kerry was a coward in Vietnam. It means you'll say anything to help your campaign.
• "All right, so I'm not winning director."
– George Clooney, upon winning the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Syriana (he was also up for Best Director and Screenplay for Good Night, and Good Luck)
• "Bjork couldn't be here tonight. She was trying on her Oscar dress and Dick Cheney shot her."
– Host Jon Stewart
• "I can't actually walk, but I can stand rather well."
– Nominee Keira Knightley, on the limitations of her tight Oscar gown
• "I literally lost control of my bowels up there."
– Philip Seymour Hoffman, on his reaction to winning Best Actor for Capote
• "I'm getting a pedicure and a facial. I'm going to walk out of here looking like Scarlett Johansson."
– Nominee Felicity Huffman, at a Hollywood spa, on her pre-Oscar preparations
• "I thought she was Charlotte and she's just not. She's a Daisy."
– Meg Ryan, on changing her adopted daughter's name, to Oprah Winfrey
"I almost peed in my pants. We were laughing so hard because (my mom) was trying to talk to me and I'm in the trunk."
– Jessica Simpson, on hiding in the trunk of a car to avoid the paparazzi, to W
• "I can't see myself playing another Mafia character for … ever."
– James Gandolfini, on his post-Sopranos career, to Entertainment Weekly
• "Obviously, it's not the right time for me to be a father, but the one thing I haven't had the chance to do is be a great dad."
– Nick Lachey, to Teen People
With another Oscar-cast under its belt, Hollywood's A-list boozed and schmoozed into the wee hours of yesterday morning. High in the hills at Soho House L.A., Mike DeLuca, Rick Yorn and Patrick Whitesell hosted their annual "after-after party" for VIPs looking to cut loose after Vanity Fair's tightly scripted to-do at Mortons.
And let loose they did. "Everyone said I was fat, so I did something about it," slap-happy songbird Mariah Carey blurted to Page Six, seemingly out of nowhere.
"Here! Feel my thighs! Feel my butt!"
After several requests, Page Six agreed to fondle her newly firmed physique, and can confirm the absence of unsightly "jelly."
"See?" Carey said, proudly. "I'll never be a stick woman, but now I'm fierce!"
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So, it has come to this: O'Reilly is now threatening to call security when he disagrees with callers.
Summary from Media Matters. You can listen to it here.
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Tony Hale, who plays Byron "Buster" Bluth on FOX's Arrested Development, and his wife, Martel, welcomed their baby daughter, Loy Ann, on February 24th at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She weighed 6 lbs. 4 oz. at birth.
9 May - Toronto Ontario - Air Canada Centre
10 May - Toronto Ontario - Air Canada Centre
12 May - Albany New York - Pepsi Arena
13 May - Hartford Connecticut - New England Dodge Music Arena
16 May - Chicago Illinois - United Center
19 May - Grand Rapids Michigan - Van Andel Arena
20 May - Cleveland Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena
22 May - Detroit Michigan - Palace of Auburn Hills
24 May - Boston Massachusetts - TD Banknorth Garden
27 May - Philadelphia Pennsylvania - Tweeter Waterfront
30 May - Washington DC - Verizon Center (formerly MCI Center)
1 Jun - E. Rutherford New Jersey - Continental Airlines Arena
3 Jun - E. Rutherford New Jersey - Continental Airlines Arena
On Cam’ron’s Jay-Z diss track "You Gotta Love It" he says he is prepared for fifteen rounds. Although Jay has yet to retaliate, at least not on wax, the Dipset front man continues to jab two months after the diss. He recently cast Jimmie "J.J." Walker to impersonate the president of Def Jam in his split video "Lick It or Not"/ "Wet Wipes," shot in New York last week.
"Cam'ron took some girls from me [in the video]," said Walker about the slant of the video. Wearing a gold Roc-A-Fella chain, buttoned down shirt and New York Yankees fitted hat "J.J.’s" character is basically punked by Cam’ron’s crew in a waffle house during "Wet Wipes" and pictured stepping out of a Maybach adorned in sandals and jeans, a fashion don’t according to Cam, in another shot. "I did my thing and everyone seemed to be happy with it," said Walker.
Apparently his character was outmatched in the waffle house scene. "I didn't have a posse so his posse out-dueled my posse, but that's it,"he said. BET last week aired Beyond Beef, an interview with Jay-Z and Nas, during which Jay reiterates his opinion that Cam's "You Gotta Love It" is "trash." Nas questioned the nerve of artists who diss for attention. Jimmie "J.J." Walker is famous for his role as ridiculous yet artistic "J.J." on the seventies black sitcom "Good Times." Since then he has landed small roles in several films and worked as a stand up comedian.
Cam’ron’s feature film Killa Season will be in stores April 25th and his album of the same name is scheduled for a May 9th release.
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Since splitting from Jessica Simpson last year, Nick Lachey been seen with former Miss Kentucky Elizabeth Ann Arnold – and with Dancing with the Stars' Cheryl Burke. Now he's been spotted with Laguna Beach's Kristin Cavallari.
So, what's up with the latest sighting? According to both parties: Not much. Lachey, 32, and Cavallari, 19, have been in the same restaurants and parties. But "there’s nothing to talk about, there's nothing going on," Cavallari tells PEOPLE. "He's a nice guy, but I'd have to say we're just friends."
According to a Lachey pal: "Nick is not looking for a girlfriend or anything serious. He is a single guy now."
The buzz about the pair started when the newly single Lachey and his extended family stopped by the bar after dinner at the Palomino restaurant in the L.A. area, says a friend of Lachey. Cavallari was there with friends and the two groups chatted.
"Whatever happened was extremely casual," says Lachey's friend.
A few days later the two were at L.A.'s Koi – but Lachey dined with one of his agents, not Cavallari.
Going solo suits him, says pal Alyssa Milano: "Every time I see him, he's got a bevy of women around him."
source - people.com
christ he's hot.
*edit* his guitar playing makes up for the hilights.
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Well now you can! Perfume makers Coty have signed a deal with the producers of Desperate Housewives to produce a fragrance based on the show that will debut this fall.
The scent, which is being designed to conjure up the smells of the ladies of Wisteria Lane, will debut in select department stores later this year.
ABC Entertainment spokesman Bruce Gersh says, "The 'Desperate Housewives' scent is guaranteed to be a hit with women everywhere, connecting them in a very personal way to this popular series."
The project marks the first time that Coty has teamed up with a major studio to develop a fragrance inspired by a hit TV show.
So it's gonna be a mixture of botox, desperation, old vagina and tears! How lovely!
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Paris Hilton was banned from Vanity Fair's annual post-Oscar party on Sunday night, after being blacklisted by the magazine's editor Graydon Carter.
Carter reduced the party's guest list to 500 this year, meaning only A-list stars such as Madonna, Teri Hatcher, Nicole Kidman, Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez were in attendance at Morton's Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Carter says, "Paris who?
"She will never attend one of the parties I host."
However, Hilton's former friend Nicole Richie was allowed in and partied with another of the heiress' rivals Mischa Barton.
Source: SF Gate's Daily Dish.
Snow Patrol Makes New Album Date
Snow Patrol will release its next studio album, "Eyes Open," May 1 internationally via Fiction/Polydor and May 9 in North America via Interscope. The driving, up-tempo first single "You're All I Have" will see commercial release April 24 in the United Kingdom.
The 11-track set features a duet between frontman Gary Lightbody and singer/songwriter Martha Wainwright on "Set the Fire to the Third Bar" as well as guest appearances from Posies/Big Star principal Ken Stringfellow on keyboards plus backing vocals from Scottish indie rock notables Eugene Kelly, Charlie Clarke, Jenny Reeve and Iain Archer.
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O'Brien, Richter reteam for detective comedy
By Nellie Andreeva
Tue Mar 7, 5:14 AM ET
Conan O'Brien and his former sidekick on NBC's "Late Night," Andy Richter, are reuniting for NBC primetime, and this time Richter is the leading man.
The network has ordered "Andy Barker P.I.," a detective comedy pilot starring Richter, which O'Brien co-wrote and is executive producing.
Richter plays the title character, an accountant who sets up a business in an office formerly belonging to a private investigator. As he starts panicking that no clients are coming in, people looking for the office's previous occupant begin to give him detective cases that he somewhat reluctantly takes on.
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BE SURE to watch Conan this Friday. Its a whole episode dedicated to his trip to Finland.
"Nik is a lesbian. Nicole stole the granola bar. and I don't remember anyone having bad B.O."
Perhaps disingegrating faster than any other post-Bachelor union, Travis and Sarah’s relationship is officially over. (Not that the news comes as a surprise.)
Once again, a Bachelor couple has blamed producers and ABC for forcing them to stay apart during the months that pass between the taping and the airing of a finale. Because for new romances, distance and lack of communication is the key to success. Travis even rode his bike away from Sarah one day after spotting her on the street. Way to strengthen your franchise, ABC.
Breaking his awkward, telling silence, Travis told the Tennessean,
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PRANKSTER Bam Margera spent Saturday night in the pokey in Los Angeles after LAX airport security found brass knuckles in his luggage, the New York Post's Page Six reported yesterday.
Chester County's Margera, a pro-skateboarder and MTV star, told the paper that a record label gave him the knuckles to hang up in the studio from which he broadcasts his Sirius radio show.
He posted bail Sunday morning and flew back to Philly, where his fiancee, Missy Rothstein, picked him up in his purple Lam-borghini, and they raced to New York for an Oscar-viewing party at Upper East Side landmark Elaine's.
We reported recently that Margera, 26, and Rothstein, 25, who have been dating for less than a year, are engaged.
The beginning of the release is pretty much the same description as ANTM, with 'CNTM' subbed in, premise wise; and also includes the prizes. But tucked at the end is a backgrounder for CNTM's judges, which might be interesting for anyone outside Canada. If Jeanne Beker wasnt on board, there'd be no way Id be watching.
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Source: Canadian News Wire
More pictures of Vivica's fucked up tits under the cut too.
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I must admit, it was sent to a friend of mine who had it sent to her by another friend who had it sent to them by the girl it was sent to by Mister D. Bag himself! I could have said they were sent to me, but I don't want people thinking I have anything to do with emo kids. Anyways, I asked permission to post these after she sent them to me because I CARE ABOUT YOU CRAZZZZZZZZZZY KIDS AND THIS SILLY COMMUNITY. She sent them to me because I hate, hate, HATE FOB and she thought I'd get a kick out of the new version of drunk dialing - drunk cell pic sending.
So what's-his-face had the hots for some chick and thought this was a great idea! I don't know when they were taken or who they were sent to and I won't ask, as I feel this is plenty for us
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Fine, take my fucking picture...
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Gwen, the stripes are not flattering, but I still think you look adorable.
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Shaggy Dog Premiere
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And who is this? I met her last night. I didn't mean to take this photo, but I'm short and I just put my camera up over the throng and got this.
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AMID an A-list party on the roof terrace of LA's Beverly Hilton hotel, the throng falls silent as Hollywood's newly-crowned queen makes her entrance.
Reese Witherspoon, a diminutive 157cm, is barely visible behind her burly security men in the post-Oscars bustle.
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I still don't care for her, but this is a good story.. :P
Please do not hotlink
FOR a former Oscar winner, this is one gong Nicole Kidman might not want to add to her CV.
The Bewitched star has this year had a spectacular fall from grace, picking up a Razzie in the Academy Awards spoof, The Razzie Awards.
Something of an anti-Oscar, Kidman and Will Ferrell picked up the Razzie for worst screen couple in Bewitched.
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Careless Paris Hilton has sustained a party accident. The blonde one has broken her toe, though she’s not quite sure how it happened. Ah Paris, we’ve all been there.
But for a girl who spends her life in heels, the injury is a bit of a nightmare. ‘It’s the size of a watermelon,’ she moaned. ‘How am I going to wear my Jimmy Choos?’
And who said the girl doesn’t have things to worry about.
* Christina Aguilera - cover star. WORLD EXCLUSIVE! Once criticised for her bad taste in outfits, Christina is now being courted by the fashion world. In this world exclusive interview, the 25 year old talks about her new image, Britney, and married life. 6 pages, including 3 full page photographs by Karl Lagerfeld.
-Thanks to Chrissy on JJB.:)
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In an interview appearing in Vanity Fair magazine, Hatcher said she told prosecutors about her abuse in 2002 because she was haunted by thoughts of the
14-year-old girl who shot herself and feared that her uncle might escape conviction.
"I was just blown over by this girl's pain," the 41-year-old television star told Vanity Fair, recalling she learnt about the case from newspaper clippings.
"I thought, 'Boy, that's really close to being me.' Any day of the week, I could feel that sort of pain. I haven't tried to kill myself, but I've certainly thought about it, and then I feel guilty about thinking about it, because what's so terrible about my life?"
Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Chuck Gillingham credits Hatcher for putting her uncle, Richard Hayes Stone, who was then 64, behind bars.
"Without Teri, this case would have been dismissed," he told the magazine, explaining that Hatcher's account provided key corroborating evidence to establish a pattern of behaviour.
Stone, who was married to Hatcher's mother's sister when she was a girl, pleaded guilty to four counts of child molestation in December 2002 and was sentenced to 14 years in prison after Hatcher agreed to testify against him.
"He pleaded guilty, and even though it wasn't to my crime, it was because of my crime, and that made me feel validated," the television star told the magazine.
"That's a victim thing; you ask yourself, 'Am I just crazy? Did I make all this up?' Somehow it might be easier to accept that you're crazy and you made it all up than to admit that it happened, and how awful it was," she said.
Hatcher initially kept her involvement in the case, which never went to trial, a closely guarded secret, declining to include the experience in her upcoming book "Burnt Toast," in part because she worried it might harm her career.
"But I'm 41 years old, and it's time for me to stop hiding," she said.
Hatcher is best known for her TV role as the disaster-prone Susan Mayer on ABC's hit show "Desperate Housewives." She previously co-starred as Lois Lane on the 1990s TV drama "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."
In the interview, Hatcher recalled in chilling detail how she was sexually molested by Stone starting at age 5, when she and her parents lived in Sunnyvale, California, and the conflicted emotions of feeling both special and ashamed.
"The most horrible thing, that has stuck with me all my life, is that he was touching me and doing things to me, and he said, 'Doesn't that feel good?' (And) I said, 'No, it doesn't.' He said, 'Well, someday you'll know what I'm talking about.'"
Hatcher said that going to prosecutors four years ago, she never told anyone of her own ordeal, not even her parents. She said last saw Stone when she was 8 or 9.