Selma Blair made some stunning revelations on as we speak’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show. While selling her guide, Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up, the actress admitted that somebody near her was sending “poison pen letters” to Barrymore, leaving her each shocked and thrilled.
Blair stated all of them began when she obtained a gig on a small movie, one thing she advised her father about. But all of it quickly got here to an finish after her bosses started receiving letters accusing the Cruel Intentions actress of being a heroin addict.
“They obtained, like, 11 in someday, 16 in one other they advised me, and finally they fired me earlier than even capturing,” she stated earlier than including, “It wasn’t signed by me, it was accusing me. I didn’t know the place it was coming from.”
Thinking it might have been somebody who disliked her in highschool, Blair stated she grew “increasingly afraid” till virtually a yr later when she heard from a detective, who advised her somebody had been sending “poison pen letters” to Barrymore signed by her title. She discovered it was a girl concerned together with her father which finally strained their relationship as he selected the lady over his daughter.
“Well, excellent news, it actually didn’t get to me,” Barrymore assured Blair, who detailed the “heartbreak” she felt after discovering out in regards to the letters.
However, the 50 First Dates actress admitted that she needed to speak to Blair to “heal this second as a result of it wasn’t actual for me on my aspect nor would I ever doubt you,” admitting that she’s been a “whole fan” and “admirer” for a few years.
The love fest continued when Blair advised the host, “You had been my childhood favourite. That’s why the letters went to you I assume as a result of he knew what you meant to me.”
An exuberant Barrymore couldn’t maintain again, shouting out “Really?!” and telling Blair she “completely thought it was random” as she clapped her arms collectively.
She continued, “This makes extra sense, okay. Thank you!”
The Drew Barrymore Show airs on weekdays at 9:30 a.m. on CBS.