This is what Bill Murray does to liars…

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Bob ‘The Bitch’:
If you haven’t heard, The Charlston Post and Courier is reporting that man among boys, Bill Murray is being sued by his gold-digger wife of 10 years, Jennifer Butler Murray. Jennifer claims that she moved into a Sullivan’s Island beach house in 2006 with their four children as a result of what she describes as Bill’s “adultery, addiction to marijuana and alcohol, abusive behavior, physical abuse, sexual addictions and frequent abandonment.”

She goes on to describe an incident from November of 2007 where Bill “hit his wife in the face and then told her she was ‘lucky he didn’t kill her'”–probably because she is an ugly conniving whore.

But here’s where Jennifer’s lie claim wears thin.
Apparently, the couple signed a prenuptial agreement before they married that specifies that if either Bill or Jennifer were to file for divorce, both parties would keep ALL of their separate property. And the only way to break said contract is to have it reviewed and overturned based on Bill’s un-matrimonial behavior. Ohhhhh, could that perhaps be a motivating factor for slenderizing your rich and famous husband??

I put it to you viewer. Are Jennifer’s claims legit or is she just fishing for free money??

Comments (4) “This is what Bill Murray does to liars…”

Dee RoberMay 29, 2008 @ 2:06 pm

Bob you really do have a thing for Bill Murray as Earnie McCracken. It’s a bit creepy sometimes. But I’ll admit Bill is hilarious

Dee Rober
TaylorMay 29, 2008 @ 2:10 pm

it is a little fishy. we’ll see how it plays out. i find myself pulling for dr. venkman in this situation.

Gregory ScottJune 27, 2008 @ 11:20 am

Whenever there is a male celebrity that everyone loves and adores, and there comes about a situation like this one, people leap to the conclusion that the wife is nothing more than a gold-digging bitch. What the hell do any of you know? I can completely see Murray acting the way she described. It makes a lot of sense for him to be a drinker, to run around on her, to smoke weed and do whatever he wants. Are you all supposing that, just because he’s a funny man, that he doesn’t do things like this? He’s just a noble, honorable, trustworthy husband? That seems a tad naive. Especially if you really look in this guys eyes and get that sad Murray feeling that he emanates profusely.

Maybe, just maybe she’s right and you’re wrong— he’s a scoundrel (he looks more and more like one lately) and she’s been wronged. That will be up to the courts, it appears (and mainly, up to the lawyers). But don’t stand out on a limb based solely on the fact that he’s a likable, funny actor. Comedians are notorious for the type of behavior that Mrs. Murray is describing, and there is a reason for that.

AzyJune 28, 2008 @ 9:12 am

Hear hear Gregory Scott! From what I’ve read, he got the part in Groundhog Day because he didn’t have to act throughout most of it. It’s one thing to give someone the benefit of the doubt if you know them personally, but it’s another thing to champion someone based on your personal like of the characters they portray. A well written character can make the most benign person a villain or vice verse. There’s no telling from the outside if he’s a dog or not. Only the people who know him best will be able to vouch for that one way or the other.

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