Le Ann Rimes is in hot water after cracking jokes about a serious topic. "She is lame." The Grammy winner hasn’t commented on the controversy, but she did respond to a fan who came to her defense.The reality star and her husband Eddie Cibrian appeared on Joan Rivers’ web series, "In Bed With Joan." During the 15-minute episode, which premiered online Tuesday, Rimes made two separate rape jokes. "I am so upset over tnx I could scream," the fan tweeted. ” Shaeffer said yes and Rusk then asked, “Oh My Todd? “I just started laughing and blushed like crazy that this guy knew my name and my My Space name,” Shaeffer said.
"It's not intelligent and VERY offensive to joke about rape @leannrimes," one person tweeted.
Many people were unhappy with her comments, and called her out on Twitter.
"She deserves everything she gets." "Rape jokes are lame," someone else tweeted.
"I thought @leannrimes was just cheap entertainment but her joke about rape proved she's ignorant trash," another wrote.
And last year, Luke Greenfield, director of the 2004 Elisha Cuthbert movie " placed a profile on Jewish dating site JDate, according Hollywood gossip site Defamer.
"I'm taking time off and I'm looking for a cool, sexy girl who's sharp, fun, loving, and has great taste," Greenfield's profile read.
I asked him how he knew my name and my My Space name, but he wouldn’t tell me.” Which just goes to show: you never know who's looking at you online.
It could be Halle Berry, so you might want to say hello.
Even beautiful Oscar-winner Halle Berry has admitted to spending a lot of time in chat rooms, and to dabbling with dating sites.
“I am never who I am,” Berry told Contact Music in July about her experiences online.
Stars like Joan Rivers and Halle Berry have confessed to checking out online dating sites — and Rivers even posted an ad on Match.com"I love smart men, funny men, elegant men," Rivers' profile reads.