Celebrity, Sandra Bullock | Post-Oscar Drama: -Try to pressure us

Celebrity, Sandra Bullock |  Post-Oscar Drama: -Try to pressure us

“It’s disgraceful to think we’ll make money off some of our kids,” says Sean Twohy — the man Michael Orr considered his father, before cutting off entirely in early 2023.

– But we will continue to love Michael when he was 37, just as we loved him when he was 16, he says Daily Memphian.

On Monday, Nettavisen wrote about the lawsuit that Michael O’Hare, the real-life hero in Oscars movie “The Blind Side” with Sandra Bullock, has filed a lawsuit against the Tuohy family.

O’Hare says that the story in The Blind Side was a lie and that the Tuohys profited from it for money. The suit stated that O’Hare believed he was adopted by the family, when in reality he was tricked into signing a document making them his guardians.

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He has been suing the family he believes have taken advantage of him since 2004 – including selling the story behind “The Blind Side” without getting a penny. Instead, the money was divided among the Tuohy’s real children.

Now, the family’s attorney, Marty Singer, says Michael O’Hare’s accusations are unheard of, absurd and hurtful, and he says O’Hare tried to extort the family for $15 million. Nor should this be the first time O’Hare has tried to put pressure on the family. Singer says in a statement to TMZ Sports.

According to Singer, O’Hare allegedly threatened the family with negative press coverage if they did not pay up. The Tuohy family denied all allegations in the lawsuit filed in Shelby County, Tennessee. The regency, they say, was not created to exploit O’Hare, but to help him. The document was necessary for the family to help O’Hare obtain health insurance, a driver’s license, and apply to college.

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– If Oher wishes to end the legal relationship, the Tuohy family will not oppose this, says attorney Singer.

At the same time that the feud between NFL player Lee Ann Twohy is getting global media coverage, Sandra Bullock has also received criticism. daily Mail She wrote on Tuesday that critics think Bullock should return the Oscar statuette she received for her role in “The Blind Side,” because the movie is apparently not based on a true story.

Bullock’s supporters have defended her and say the 59-year-old actress hasn’t had the chance to learn anything more about her movie role’s background than what appears in the book the movie was based on.

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