Randy Quaid Simulates Sex with ‘Rupert Murdoch’ After Airing Grievances with News Corp.

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Actor Randy Quaid and his wife Evgina released an online video attacking Rupert Murdoch, News Corp., and Warner Brothers for putting him “through a living hell of Biblical proportion.”

In the bizarre video, Quaid, sporting a long gray beard, speaks directly into the camera while his bikini-clad wife lounges on a bed behind him. At one point, Quaid’s wife dons a mask of News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch while Quaid simulates having sex with her.


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“Hi, I’m Randy Quaid, and this is my wife Evi,” Quaid starts. “I helped media giants News Corp. and Warner Brothers Entertainment earn well over a billion dollars for the films Independence Day and Christmas Vacation.”

“What did I get in return?” Quaid asks. “A Warner Brothers exec, Bruce Berman, stole my house, and News Corp’s the New York Post continues to smear me to high heaven with a pack of lies. For good measure, Warner Brothers even had my wife and I falsely arrested six times by TMZ.”

Quaid then asks himself rhetorically what he’ll do to “retaliate.”

“I still have a few tricks too… So Rupert, you wanna f*** me? I’m gonna f*** you. Evi, put this on,” Quaid says while handing his wife the Murdoch mask.

Quaid then proceeds to simulate having sex with his wife while yelling, “Together Rupert, we’ll wipe out police media corruption!” A dog in the room begins barking at the spectacle.

According to the Daily Mail, Quaid, the older brother of actor Dennis Quaid, is set to reprise his role from the 1996 film Independence Day in the film’s sequel, due out in 2016. It would be his first film role in five years.

The Mail reports that $500,000 bench warrants are still active for both Quaid and his wife in Santa Barbara, California. In 2010, Quaid and his wife were reportedly arrested for felony vandalism and residential burglary after they were found living in the guest house of a home they once owned. The pair reportedly skipped bail and fled to Canada before authorities could arrest them.

Quaid was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 1974 Academy Awards for his role in The Last Detail. He later won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Lyndon B. Johnson in the TV movie LBJ: The Early Years.


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