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This sort of offensive, appalling guff that trivialises heinous crime and dilutes the real meaning of that word is nothing new. Most of us lesser mortals can grasp the fact that being the target of media intrusion and online trolling must doubtless be very unpleasant. The very well-appointed, seven-star luxury, VIP territory where your every whim is catered for, your ego endlessly massaged.
Previously, actress Kirsten Stewart claimed seeing paparazzi photographs of herself was "like looking at someone being raped". Let's not kid ourselves this is on a par with vulnerable schoolgirls being bullied online.
There's also a song about moustaches, urinating farm animals and plenty of toilet-humour gags.
While the jokes may not be everyone's cup of tea, it's clear that stepping away from serious drama was rather freeing for Theron.
Aged 15, she witnessed her mother shoot him dead after he tried to attack her in a drunken rage. You have to be in this business." And although Theron's controversial comments last week – that media intrusion into her private life was comparable with rape – were widely criticised, she nevertheless considers herself fortunate to be working in film.Theron was required to whack a trouserless Neeson over the head and cheekily place a flower where the sun doesn't shine. Yet, despite the plaudits for her performances in heavy-hitting dramas, particularly as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster, for which she won a Best Actress Oscar, Theron's isn't the first name that springs to mind when it comes to comedy."I said what any healthy woman would say," recalls Theron, giggling. Fully aware of this fact, she says she "begged" Ted creator Seth Mac Farlane, who helms and also stars in A Million Ways To Die In The West, to give her the role of mysterious gunslinger Anne. The combination of this script and Seth directing was a slam dunk for me. I closed the script and started begging." Odd is a very good description of this film.Yes, it must be distressing to be on the receiving end of cruel criticism and vitriolic online abuse.Actors and celebs, public figures in general, are human beings too.