Did Sandra Bullock Lose her Partner? Oscar Drama, Bio
Did Sandra Bullock Lose her Partner? Oscar Drama, Bio – Quinton Aaron, who played Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side, defended his former co-star after some fans demanded that she return her Oscar as a result of the Michael Oher case.
After claims that Sandra Bullock ought to forfeit her Oscar for the Michael Oher legal drama, the co-star of The Blind Side defended the actress.
Oher, 37, filed a petition on Monday alleging that Leigh Anne Tuohy and Sean Tuohy put him in a conservatorship rather than adopt him and have benefited financially from him.
The 37-year-old former tackle has demanded that the conservatorship be lifted and that any proceeds from the use of his name and account be fully disclosed. The Blind Side, a 2009 sports biopic starring Aaron as Oher, Bullock as Leigh Anne Tuohy, and Tim McGraw as Sean Tuohy, was based on his life.
In 2010, the film received two Academy Award nominations, including best picture and best actress for The Proposal actress, who went on to win both awards.
Following the shocking lawsuit, some have called for Bullock to return her Academy Award; she recently lost her partner Bryan Randall after a personal three-year battle with ALS. However, many have defended Bullock, saying that she is not to blame for the situation.
She provided a wonderful performance, and it shouldn’t be tainted for anything that had nothing to do with her, actor Aaron said, praising her perfect performance in the film.
“It makes no sense to make a statement like that. The actual story that we are reading at this time has nothing to do with Sandra Bullock.
The lawsuit asserts that Oher, who won the Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, earned nothing while the four Tuohy family members each received $225,000 (£177,000) plus 2.5% of the movie’s “defined net proceeds.”
The Tuohys have now responded to Oher’s allegations through their attorney, who called them “hurtful and absurd.” Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy’s lawyer Martin Singer claimed in a long statement provided to the PA news agency that Oher had previously tried to “run this play.”
Anyone with even a bit of common sense can understand that Michael Oher’s nasty and ridiculous statements against the Tuohy family are preposterous. The notion that the Tuohys ever tried to make money off of Mr. Oher is disrespectful and utterly absurd.
Sean and Leigh Anne have amassed an enormous sum of money in the restaurant industry via perseverance and good fortune.
“It defies belief that a couple with a combined net worth of hundreds of millions of dollars would conspire to withhold a few thousand dollars in profit participation payments from anyone, much less from someone they loved as a son.”