R187 first of all, thanks for putting so much thought into my character, and for the attention. The detail you put into that is impressive, and you're clearly one of the more imaginative intelligent posters on this board. So I'm almost sorry to let you down and tell you that you're way off-base.
With a careful reading of my post, it's easy to tell that I find JRM pathetic, and don't uphold his behaviour as forgivable or in the least bit befitting. I don't care from what hovel or miserable cesspool he crawled to get where he is, the way he acts and treats other people in the here and now is nothing short of ludicrous, embarrassing, offensive behaviour that should not be tolerated. His ego was out of control back in 2018, and probably still is now. I don't like men who think they automatically own every room they walk into, and that's the reason I run them down - even and especially the ones who have enjoyed good looks or artistic success then thrown it away.
In my original reply I reposted the plane story in full because the sheer audacity and wildness of it makes me laugh, and I also find it shocking - that's what you do with juicy outrageous stories, tell them again. It's hard to believe he's basically gone and done the same thing again years later, albeit on a quieter level, which is why we're here discussing it and mocking it.
You're right that it's not your business or mine what happens with the love lives of celebrities, but to make sure you're clear about my true feelings on the matter of his marriage - above all I feel terribly sorry for his wife, and wish she'd leave him for her own safety and wellbeing as well as self-respect, as all the other women (whose names I do not know, for the record) before her sensibly did (why marry a messed-up abusive closet-case jerk in this century?). As a woman no man is worth the loss of one's autonomy or self-possession or ability to live a decent life with decent people. If I had Mara's number, I'd call her and tell her that, and that's the degree to which I'm bothered about her or any other female unfortunate enough to get mixed up with him. Like many people, I too have in the past fallen for creepy grifters, and so I know the score. The comment I made about miscarriage did come across insensitively, so I apologise for that and regret that I did not word it better; of course, I didn't mean that such a tragedy was her fault.
As for JRM, well, my view is that he got himself into this mess because he's vain, dishonest, self-centred, and probably quite homophobic - so, feel sorry? I don't, actually, no. He's clearly not "dandy", quite the opposite. The fact you believe anyone would think otherwise with this body of evidence is...weird, but I suppose your story about meeting some obsessive fan-people on a different board rings true enough (are they like 'Supernatural' fans? Because those folks terrify me).
[quote] He's an actor...barely at this point. Get over it.
Thanks, I'm at peace with it and I agree. He showed so much promise in his early-mid career, which has now gone to waste. Sad. He reminds me of Hugh Grant, in that way. On my list of favourite Anglo actors, both have sunk from the middle to the bottom.
Lastly, I've been typing his name as 'Jon' sometimes because I feel silly constantly using the ridiculous acronym 'JRM'; it sounds like an abbreviation of 'germ', written by a Whatsapping tween who can't use nouns. Apparently, a quick Google reveals that Jon himself uses 'JRM' on his social media accounts (as well as 'JMW' for his family, which....no). It's one of those bugbears I have about celebrities in general, so I don't like pandering to it. RDJ! NPH! JLaw! KStew! Ugh. Only MLK & JFK should be allowed.
FYI by checking my post history, you'd see I post in many other general interest threads, and that I've been here a long time. Also, I'm a Cillian Murphy fan, and a lesbian with no sexual interest in JRM or any other male actor. Again, sorry to disappoint.