After all her fun-filled DUIs and failures to properly account for them , we expect nothing but the nastiest quotes to drip from jailbird Michelle Rodriguez's mouth. And most recently, she's directing her curse-filled anger towards we, the media. As the SCRAM bracelet-wearing actress tells Latina , anyone who dares to hypothesize about her sexuality and whether she likes girls or boys is just plain "slime":. What do you care who I'm dating? I can tell when somebody just wants to know about sex. And it makes me sick.
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If you have been wondering why Michelle Rodriguez recently came out about being bisexual, the answer is really quite simple. Latina magazine asked Rodriguez why she decided to come out as bisexual now, after all these years. I wanted to be honest about who I am and see what happens. Last month during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the former "Avatar" star addressed the gay rumors that have surrounded her since , the year she was romantically linked to her "BloodRayne" co-star, Kristianna Loken.
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The year-old model was left having to face out-of-the-blue snaps of her ex Michelle and Zac kissing, cuddling and petting each other while holidaying in Sardinia at the weekend. I don't know if I can laugh anymore at the crap they write in the press. They must be extremely bored at the moment. What's happening in real life is far more interesting than the crap that they write now.
After its premiere at Toronto, [re]Assignment attracted hostile reactions for its plotline involving forced gender reassignment surgery: Rodriguez plays a hitman called Frank Kitchen who is kidnapped and undergoes surgery at the hands of a deranged doctor played by Sigourney Weaver. It's in the B Movie genre, a culture shock pic, shot like a 'film Noir' graphic novel. I played a male assassin for four days in the movie, boy was that beard itchy. Then out revenge, a twisted Doctor played by Sigourney Weaver decides to take my character's manhood away with a sex change to teach him a lesson.