Hollywood mainstay Jamie Lee Curtis, perhaps best known for roles in the 1980s and early 1990s, has come under fire for sharing – and since deleting – a disturbing photo which featured “artwork” depicting a naked child stuffed into a box.
Curtis’ questionable taste in art has drawn comparisons to Jeffrey Epstein. She originally shared the photograph on the social media platform Instagram and widespread speculation then moved over to Twitter.
As Breitbart reported, in addition to the analogous portrayal of scandals connected to the late Epstein, Curtis has been a champion of both Democrats and Big Pharma in the past. Given her connections to the corrupt Hollywood industry, it all adds up to one giant and growing problem for the actress.
Jamie Lee Curtis, who endorsed Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential run and is currently attracting Oscar buzz for her performance in the sci-fi comedy-adventure Everything Everywhere All at Once, shared a photo of her Comet Productions office on Instagram on Tuesday. While the actress drew attention to the designer office furniture, a photo hanging on the wall ended up stealing the show.
The photo depicts a naked child stuffed awkwardly into a box, with legs crammed together at uncomfortable angles and what appears to be a look of discomfort on the child’s face. It remains unclear who the photographer is and what the piece is meant to represent.
Independent users at Twitter first called attention to the issue.
Why does Jamie Lee Curtis have a picture of a naked child stuffed inside a suitcase on her wall?
Strong Epstein vibes. pic.twitter.com/DJSIaZkkVm
— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) January 17, 2023
“Why does Jamie Lee Curtis have a picture of a naked child stuffed inside a suitcase on her wall? Strong Epstein vibes,” Stew Peters wrote.
Another account, DC Draino, which boasts almost 500,000 followers, shared a similar sentiment.
5 days ago Hollywood has-been Jamie Lee Curtis posted a vaccine ad for Pfizer on Instagram
3 days ago she posted an extremely disturbing picture she has in her home of a child stuffed in a suitcase
We have serious questions https://t.co/imDedvKJSk pic.twitter.com/Wr5Ss5Puer
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) January 17, 2023
“5 days ago Hollywood has-been Jamie Lee Curtis posted a vaccine ad for Pfizer on Instagram,” the account posted.
“3 days ago she posted an extremely disturbing picture she has in her home of a child stuffed in a suitcase. We have serious questions,” it concluded.
Kicking off this maelstrom of conservative ire was the original post which did not draw attention to the drawing. Instead, it was merely in the background as Curtis announced she had tested positive for Covid. She did not address why she had such an uncomfortably bizarre picture in the room or even why she decided to feature it in the post.
That has led to further speculation, as witnessed in the comment section under both Twitter posts, that she was signaling something to the cultist underground world to which many people believe celebrities and elites proscribe.
“Ok. This is a weird post. But I have Covid, so f*ck it. During one of the SAG nomination panels for @everythingeverywheremovie I told the story of how I ended up with my office furnished with my beautiful Pollack chairs from that movie,” the original post stated, referencing the Covid test.
“I mentioned if people followed me, that was not a cheap trick to try to get people to boost my numbers, but I couldn’t figure out how else to get the picture out into the world, that I would post a picture of them on my IG in my offices for @comet.pictures and I am a truth teller so here you go.”
As many Hollywood types have announced lately, Curtis also recently shared that her son had transitioned “into a woman.”
Jamie Lee Curtis recently revealed that her son Thomas transitioned into a woman and now goes by the name Ruby. The actress said she fears transphobia toward her son-turned-daughter.
“I have a trans daughter. There are threats against her life just [for] her existence as a human being,” Curtis told a Spanish radio station in October.
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