Wonder where he bit him?
Wonder where he bit him?
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Frankly, I'm finding this thread extremely disturbing.
So, domestic violence is a light-hearted issue now, just because it's Johnny Weir, is it? It's not a serious issue, just because it's Johnny Weir, is it? It's something to be flippant and make jokes about, just because it's Johnny Weir, is it?
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All I can say is, this doesn't sound good. :-(
That said, I'm wondering if this is the whole story. The fact that Victor tweeted this out was...weird. He has also tweeted--and deleted--a request for advice on what to do, which seemed really odd to do ask of his Twitter followers rather than his friends and family. Odd for a lawyer, too. It seemed rather manipulative. That, and the fact that he asked for the case to be dismissed doesn't exonerate Johnny, but it cast doubts on Victor's stability and credibility. On the other hand, if he is a victim, he doesn't deserve blame. Overall my feeling is, they have issues and they need to work them out (or end it). I hope they move forward in a healthy way, but it really is a private matter.
Really disappointing that Johnny would do this sort of thing. Especially since his stock seems to be rising, being an abuser is bad news.
Then again, I don't understand how an adult bites another adult, unless they are already in a situation where they are fighting, which tells me that Victor probably wasn't innocent in this. Or maybe my imagination isn't working well; but hitting someone can be unprovoked- how do you go and bite someone who isn't holding you in close proximity? It's very bizarre.
So who here is pressing charges? Because that is weird behavior in a courtroom is Voronov is.But in court on Tuesday, the pair put on a united front, with Voronov placing his hand on his husband's knee and whispering into his ear, the website reported.
They seem almost proud of their who's afraid of Virginia Wolfe type marriage. Not a good sign IMHO. They seem to be saying it was a physical altercation. The bite is just a tangible thing he could point to when pressing charges. I hope they get therapy because so far it's all attention seeking, excuses and bogus sexist patter.
Just when I thought my opinion of him couldn't get any lower, he comes up with sexist bullshit like this.Originally Posted by Johnny Weir
One can't trust every word one reads in trash like the Daily Mail.
ETA: Has no one noticed this article can't be found in any legitimate publication? The Daily Mail is basically the National Enquirer. I'll believe this when I see it somewhere reputable.
Last edited by toddlj; 03-05-2014 at 02:39 PM.
I don't know who is guilty here, but I agree with the person who said it's quite possible that it's not just a case of Victor being the poor innocent victim and Johnny stalking him like Sleeping With the Enemy. It could have even been self-defense. All we know is that Victor is the one who called the police.
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I don't think domestic violence is funny, but I do think this sounds like a total b*tchfight that reinforces just about every bad stereotype . Is this really a matter for the police and courts? Sounds more like two self-indulgent drama queens to me.