Justin Timberlake's pal showed video making fun of homeless people at wedding to Jessica Biel
One of Justin Timberlake's friends is such a nice guy, he decided to use the occasion of JT's $6.5 million wedding Jessica Biel to show a video mocking homeless people. We'd show it to you, but the guy threatened to sue Gawker for posting just 20 seconds of it, so you'd better believe The Juice* Legal Defense Fund isn't large enough to cope with that.
The video, which runs more than eight minutes, was shot by L.A. real estate agent Justin Huchel, one of the 100 or so people invited to Puglia, Italy, last week for the festivities. He took the opportunity to show the video to all the wedding's guest, which may have resulted in a lot of awkward silence, because the dude is just making fun of poor people in Los Angeles. What a funnyman he must be!
In the video, which opens with a title card reading "Greetings from Your Hollywood Friends Who Just Couldn't Make It," Huchel asks questions of several people who are obviously homeless, or at least spend most of their time on the street. As Gawker points out, many of them are obviously drunk, high, or not right in the head.
"Justin and Jessica, I haven't seen you for a long time," a man missing several teeth says. "I hope the wedding goes fine for you. My gift is in the mail." One person who was obviously intoxicated says, "Jeez, I miss you so much. I wish I could be there." There's a shirtless guy, another guy who can't speak and a woman who is either a transvestite or a transexual who tells Jessica, "Good luck, and watch your man." Okay, that one was kinda funny.
Gawker had the clip up on its site until Huchel had an attorney send a threatening letter claiming, "Mr. Huchel made a video to be used and exhibited privately at Justin Timberlake's wedding as a private joke without Mr. Timberlake's knowledge." The letter noted the video was for private use only and was stolen, presumably by whomever gave it to Gawker. They've been having a lot of trouble like that lately. But imagine how those guys from 'N Sync feel; they can't get invited, but this jag can?