If we were Chloe Sevigny, we’d totally be embarrassed for running our mouths off. In a dramatic statement, the actress bared her, erm, thoughts about her infamous b.j scene in Vincent Gallo’s Brown Bunny, saying, “There are a lot of emotions. I’ll probably have to go to therapy at some point. But I love Vincent. The film is tragic and beautiful, and I’m proud of it and my performance. I’m sad that people think one way of the movie, but what can you do?” If we performed a real-life sex act on screen we’d probably have to go to rehab, not therapy, because it would take a lot more than “art” to go ahead with the scene.
But Chloe’s saving grace, for her at least, was that the person she was going down on was her boyfriend. That would be Vincent, right? Not quite, as far as “boyfriend” is concerned. Gallo responded to Sevigny‘s statements, and he’s really putting Chloe in her place (which, for the record, is not kneeling). He’s categorically stated that they were never together. “Chloe and I were never boyfriend and girlfriend. In 1995 we made out once in Paris.” Woah. Translation: Talk to the hand, Chloe. He slammed added, “I feel Chloe has suggested we were boyfriend and girlfriend to lessen the boldness of her appearance…and to portray herself as a devoted girlfriend and victim rather than a great radical performer. I am sorry she feels the experience was so startling that she needs therapy to resolve her feelings.” Ouch. If Chloe’s “emotions” were bruised before, they’re probably battered now.
[Photo: Getty Images]