Jamie Lee Curtis couldn’t delete a social media post fast enough after her followers freaked out over her home décor.
Now the politically active actress is back peddling fast.
But a sick peek inside her home will ruin her movies for you forever.
After jumping head-first into politics to campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2016, actress Jamie Lee Curtis has joined other leftist celebrities in virtue-signaling on Instagram over the past few years.
But she found herself facing massive backlash after a recent post rambling about office chairs.
What was revealed in the background of Curtis’ post had her hitting the delete button as fast as possible.
Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking scandal revealed a nasty elitist underbelly where child abuse is rampant.
It’s a situation that, rightly, horrifies average Americans.
Fashion house Balenciaga recently came under fire for their supposedly “artistic” ad featuring children in unacceptably inappropriate poses.
The ad campaign went as far as giving child abusers a nod with a document included that referring to a Supreme Court case dealing with child pornography.
After it was called on the carpet, Balenciaga apologized and abandoned the campaign.
With people on high alert for child abuse, you’d think actress Jamie Lee Curtis would have known better than to share a picture with art that’s practically pornographic.
But elites have become so warped the backlash was completely unexpected after Curtis posted a photo of her office.
“Ok. This is a weird post. But I have Covid, so f*** it,” Curtis wrote. “During one of the SAG nomination panels for @everythingeverywheremovie I told the story of how I ended up with my office furnished with my beautiful Pollack chairs from that movie. I mentioned if people followed me, that was not a cheap trick to try to get people to boost my numbers, but I couldn’t figure out how else to get the picture out into the world, that I would post a picture of them on my IG in my offices for @comet.pictures and I am a truth teller so here you go.”
But almost nobody paid attention to Curtis’ prized office chairs.
They were too distracted by the blown-up photo of a naked child inside a plastic tub of water hanging on her wall as a focal point.
Curtis quickly deleted the Instagram photo.
The art piece is called “The Tub” (2003) by controversial artist Betsy Schneider and features a naked child—probably elementary school aged—in a weird pose that would sicken any normal healthy person.
Curtis’ explanation only made matters worse when she revealed that she’s held onto the disturbing image for two decades.
“Last week I posted a picture of some chairs that included a photograph on the wall by an artist that was gifted to me 20 years ago,” Curtis wrote. “I understand it has disturbed some people. As I have said, I am a truth teller so here’s the truth. It’s a picture of a child, taken by her mother, of her playing in their backyard in a tub of water. Nothing more, nothing less. I took down the post because I didn’t want to keep something up that upset anyone.”
Outside of sick highbrow “art” circles, that mom would be under fire for exploiting her child after taking—and selling—such a dirty picture.
It’s yet another reminder that as leftist activists push to introduce younger and younger audiences to sex and sexuality, average Americans need to remain on high alert for predators and predatory behavior.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.