Ashley Judd Is Single

Ashley Judd married a race car driver in 2001. They are no getting divorced. People reports:

“We have mutually decided to end our marriage. We’ll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed,” Judd, 44, and Franchitti, 39, tell PEOPLE exclusively in a statement on Tuesday.

When asked for comment, Franchitti said, “Did you see her in 2001? Have you seen her now?”

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Ashley Judd Doesn’t Like Rap

With her movie career in the dust, Ashley Judd had time to write a book that garnered attention for her mentioning sexual abuse. Oh, and Snoop. From Radar Online:

Ashley Judd has spoken out over the backlash she received following her ‘hip-hop rape culture’ comments, insisting she has no beef with the rap community.

As first reported, Judd slammed the likes of P Diddy and Snoop Dog in her controversial memoir All That Is Bitter And Sweet, for their “abusive lyrics and depictions of girls and women as ho’s”.

But in an interview with website Global Grind she insists her comments were not meant to insult anyone.

“My intention was to support artists to know that they have so much power,” she told music mogul Russell Simmons. “They make incredible life changing impressions, particularly on the young. And we have choices everyday with our expressions, either empower and celebrate people or to re-enforce inequality and degradation.

“There are elements, and that is the part that has been so distorted, what I’m being accused of is condemning rap and hip-hop as a whole, and the whole community and when they say community, they mean the fans, and African-Americans, it’s become so generalized.

“My intention was to take a stand to say the elements of that musical expression that are misogynistic and treat girls and women in a hyper-sexualized way that are inappropriate. That is not acceptable in any artistic expression, in any cultural form, whether its country music or in television story lines. And if they read more than one paragraph in the book, they would see that all four hundred pages are about that.”

I can’t remember a Snoop lyric that ever even implied rape. As far as I understand, paying consenting, scantily clad adults to dance in your videos isn’t quite the same as slipping GHB into their Henny or pinning them down in a bathroom. Why? Because it’s a choice. You can rape a woman without her consent, but no one can degrade a woman in a rap video without her consent.

I can’t remember a Diddy lyric that ever implied rape, either, but that’s also because I have decent taste and can’t remember any Diddy lyrics at all.

Selita Ebanks appeared in a rap video, but it was for a gay fish, so I’m guessing she didn’t get assaulted. All images via WENN.

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Ashley Judd Was Molested As A Kid

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Now that her career is non-existent (they didn’t even mention her during Kentucky’s Final Four game), Ashley Judd released a tell-all memoir yesterday, All That Is Bitter & Sweet, where she recounts her childhood years in the orphanage run by Miss Hannigan before being saved by Daddy Warbucks. I don’t know. That’s how I’m reading all this. Radar Online reports:

“My mother, while she was transforming herself into the country legend Naomi Judd, created an origin myth for the Judds that did not match my reality,”…”I was taught to believe that our lifestyle was normal and never to question it or complain, even when I was left alone for hours, sometimes days at a time, or when I was passed without warning to yet another relative,” Ashley wrote. “I loved my mother, but at the same time I dreaded the mayhem and uncertainty that followed her everywhere…I often felt like an outsider observing my mom’s life as she followed her own dreams.”

I spent most of the 90’s trying to figure out a way to molest Ashley Judd, but all it apparently took was a quarter and a promise of a slice of pizza. What a slut!

Sadly, Ashley recounts an experience with sexual abuse which later lead her into a deep depression. “An old man everyone knew beckoned me into a dark, empty corner of the business and offered me a quarter for the pinball machine at the pizza place if I’d sit on his lap,” Ashley said. “He opened his arms, I climbed up, and I was shocked when he suddenly cinched his arms around me, squeezing me and smothering my mouth with his, jabbing his tongue deep into my mouth.”

I really don’t know why she’s bothering bringing all this up now. It’s not even that interesting. At least throw in a fingerbang or an awkward, forced blowjob. Since you obviously wrote this book to pay for a kitchen remodel and a new infinity pool, you could punch it up a little. Like the old man was warlock and you had to fight a dragon to escape or something like that.

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Ashley Judd is Pretty Cool

While stumping for Obama this year, Ashley Judd promised to UNC-Chapel Hill students that she would sit in the UNC student section for the UNC-Kentucky game if the state went to Barry. It did. True to her word, Judd, a hardcore Kentucky fan, attended the game and kept her promise. I only say “game” because that’s what it was officially called, because UNC dismantled Kentucky 77-58 even without UNC forward, Tyler Hansbrough. Hopefully this will change over the next four years. Especially when they pass a law to no longer keep score at school sporting events because it should be about completion and not competition. Then at the end of the co-1st place trophy ceremony, but after the trust falls, someone will read a Maya Angelou poem then everyone will go out for ice cream cones. Yay! Everybody loves ice cream!

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