Hugh Grant, 59, has taken the initiative to share his mugshot in view of his 489,000 Twitter followers to get forward of the trolls. The Love Truly actor has confronted backlash from Labour supporters for supporting their political marketing campaign simply two days after he revealed his plans to vote for the Liberal Democrats in his constituency.
Hugh captioned the tweet: “To my expensive trolls. Hope that is useful.
“Now you have more time to spend with mummy.”
Followers took to the feedback part of Hugh’s submit to share their ideas about his witty retort.
One individual wrote: “Well played, Hugh. Wonderful what you’re doing.”
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One other added: “Top trolling. Respect. Seven days to go, keep up the great work.”
“You’re a legend. Many thanks for standing up for decency, we’re cheering you on,” a 3rd Twitter person commented.
Hugh’s mugshot was taken after he was arrested for receiving oral intercourse in a public area from a prostitute in Los Angeles.
On the time, the Notting Hill star pleaded no contest to costs that he had participated in a “lewd act” and was sentenced to a $ 1,000 effective.
Sajid instructed ES Journal Hugh had been “incredibly” impolite to him on the premiere of Martin Scorsese’s movie, The Irishman.
Hugh’s spokesman stated the star didn’t wish to shake the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s hand as he was “impolite and dismissive to the victims or press abuse” when he met them when he was tradition secretary.
Piers spoke out concerning the second as he responded to Every day Mail columnist, Sarah Vine, on Twitter who additionally shared her expertise of being in Hugh’s firm.
Sarah wrote: “Hugh Grant did a similar thing to me a few years ago at the home of a mutual acquaintance. He was incredibly unpleasant and clearly relished humiliating me in front of his (showbiz) entourage. Disagree, by all means. But be civil.”