Thursday, October 1, 2009

Toys R Us Needs a New Spokesperson

Whoopi Goldberg is the spokesperson for Toys R Us. Now, I like Toys R Us but I don't care for Whoopi. But normally, who they choose for spokesperson is their business.

But not this time, not any more.

You may have heard this flap about Roman Polanski. The Hollywood types are talking about his "misdeed" and how he should be forgiven because he makes such good movies. Want to know what he did? Here's testimony from the girl he raped. Warning, it's graphic.

The quintessential Valley girl, Geimer artlessly tells of how Polanski approached her and her divorced mom about taking photos of Samantha for a fashion magazine. Impressed and reassured by his celebrity, the mom agreed. After a couple of outdoor shoots, Polanski and the girl ended up alone at Jack Nicholson's house. Says Polanski, "I could sense a certain erotic tension between the two of us." At the time, Polanski was a worldly 43. Geimer was a 13 year-old seventh grader.

At Nicholson's otherwise empty house, Polanski plied Geimer with champagne and had her take her blouse off for a shot in the Jacuzzi. He then gave her a Quaalude. "Why did you take it?" asked the prosecutor. "I think I must have been pretty drunk or else I wouldn't have," Geimer answered. Now "kind of dizzy," Geimer still managed to resist Polanski's increasing demands. "I want to go home," she told him repeatedly. He would have none of it. Finally, he cornered her on a couch, put his head in her lap, and started performing "cuddliness" on her, her word.

"I was going, ‘No come on, stop it,' but I was afraid," Geimer continued. Polanski then "placed his penis in [her] vagina," but upon learning that she was not on the pill, the gentlemanly artist lifted her legs up further, "went through the anus," and climaxed therein.

Whoopi says she doesn't know if it was really rape. So, Toys R Us, is this who you want representing you?

You can find the page with the girl's testimony here.

You can find the page to contact Toys R Us here. I suggest you use it to tell them what you think of their choice for spokesperson.

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