Enty Lawyer – Exposing Hollywood’s Dirtiest Secrets

From the scandals of Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein to Matt Lauer and more, one man exposes the dirty secrets of the Hollywood and political elite before the main stream media – “Enty Lawyer” from CrazyDaysandNights.net.

Enty joins Carol to share the history of the site and its transformation from niche blog to the home of breaking scandals and why he roots for the underdog. Plus, we dive into the scandals regarding Harvey Weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein, Michael Jackson, Bryan Singer and more of the dirty world of the powerful and famous.

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There are 4 comments.

  1. Taras Coolidge

    Mostly concerns Hollywood and music celebrity sex scandals. Other than offhand references to Bill Clinton’s peripheral involvement in one of the scandals (about which I would have liked to hear more), and an unnamed California pol, little for those of us who are more interested in politics. 

    They also fail to distinguish between forcible rape and statutory rape. From the context, I gather that most references to “rape” are the latter kind, and mostly involving young women in their late teens, but I’m not sure. (To call relations between a teenage boy and a woman in her twenties “rape” is perhaps not quite the perfect term: “best day of his life“ may be more accurate.)

    Carol and Enty tend to assume the audience already knows a lot about the scandals (and who these people are). For example, they mention Mel Gibson as an example of a scandal-ridden star who is not in the process of being forgiven by Hollywood – but they never say what scandals he’s not being forgiven for. Nor do they say anything about the political reasons why Hollywood might be tougher on him. 

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    • April 2, 2019, at 6:20 PM PST
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  2. colleenb Member

    First time listening to this podcast. Enjoyed the interview with ‘Enty’ even though it was about yucky things (can you ‘like’ all the coerced sex, etc??). Unlike @taras I was mostly able to follow who was being talked about although I don’t know most of the directors. I figure this was a general overview of the state of Hollywood/entertainment. I do agree with @taras that, in general, society needs to tighten up the definition of what is going on – rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment – its all being muddled. Also yes a boy can be raped – see Instapundit for ‘teach women not to rape’ for examples. Finally, if I were Netflix, (now) Apple, etc I would be very careful who I got involved with in Hollywood.

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    • April 3, 2019, at 7:30 AM PST
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  3. Chris Member

    Despite the heavy topic, it was a worthwhile listen. Better to know than not.

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    • April 3, 2019, at 8:00 PM PST
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  4. Zed11 Lincoln

    Normally (this is meant as a massive compliment) you and Conservatarians are strictly morning-with-coffee podcasts.

    This episode should have been a nightcap with a drink. Good lord! (Thanks, as always.)#motoring

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    • April 8, 2019, at 3:58 PM PST
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