Charlize Theron compares press intrusion to rape, sparks major Twitter backlash

Crédit photo: Jason Merritt Charlize Theron compares press intrusion to rape, sparks major Twitter backlash
Charlize Theron was scheduled to promo her latest movie, A Million Ways to Die in the West, during an interview with Sky News, but the Q&A session soon turned into much more than that when the Oscar winner decided to make a rather questionable comment. And that's putting it lightly. 

Talking about her private life being featured in the media, Theron said, "I don't (Google myself) - that's my saving grace. When you start living in that world, and doing that, you start feeling raped." Ummm, what?!

The reporter tried to throw her a bone, asking if she really meant to make such a strong parallel and she dug herself even deeper, saying, "Well, when it comes to your son and your private life. Maybe it's just me." Yes, maybe it is just you. 

As soon as Theron's comments hit the web, the actress began receiving major backlash via social media with outraged individuals tweeting things like...


In case you missed it, Gwyneth Paltrow compared being in the news with going to war. These ladies really should learn to think twice before they speak.

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