She alerted her school’s police department, entered their protection program, and checked in multiple times a day with the few persons who knew her schedule and her secret. On a hot August day in 2007, Mina Rosenthal-Eames, a student at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Dentistry, exited a bus to her off-campus parked car.
Finally, when his phone calls turned threatening, she entered a women’s shelter. As the bus pulled away, she was ambushed by her estranged husband who had been tracking her in a rental car.
What makes Rihanna special—outside of the music—is that she is someone who is genuinely herself. You are seeing the authentic version of who she is. She’s gone through things that everyone’s gone through—dysfunctional relationships, things that played out in front of everyone’s eyes—and she’s done a real good job of keeping her life private, but just living her life as a young person … You have to have a tough skin in this business; you’re going to hear some things about yourself that you’re going to think, What?? I honestly think how much fun it would be to live my reputation.
People have this image of how wild and crazy I am, and I’m not everything they think of me.
Of course, the on-screen rivalry nicely reflected the stars’ well-publicised real-life antipathy, with reports that Crawford wore weight belts for scenes where Davis had to drag her along and that Davis was a little over-enthusiastic when acting the scene where Jane beats Blanche.
The result is an immensely creepy chiller with a multi-layered battle between the two leads.
As the 27-year-old readies her long-awaited new album, she talks candidly about the chasm between her reality and her reputation.
What if, in fact, she was losing her mind and developing increasingly violent tendencies?
That’s the dilemma featuring Joan Crawford’s Blanche in this classic slice of Grand Guignol.
And I have visions and superpowers and I'm the target of an evil law firm because I've spent the last three months living on a higher plane, fighting for the forces of good, who wage a battle against demons and evilies and squishy bug babies, 'cause all that stuff's real and that's the world I live in." Cordelia Chase was an agent of the Powers That Be.
She attended Sunnydale High School as a teenager, where she was a popular cheerleader known for her standoffish "Queen Bee" personality and attitude.