No good guys in Hollywood?
We all love a movie star playing a charming rogue: Peter O'Toole in How to Steal a Million, caddish con man Sawyer on Lost, Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief, and Pierce Brosnan as Thomas Crown, to name a few.
But Anne Hathaway's love of bad boys transcends the silver screen. After her boyfriend of four years, Raffaello Follieri, pleaded guilty in 2008 to wire fraud and money laundering for swindling over $50 million from investors by claiming he had inside ties to the Vatican, we let it go — after all, Hathaway dumped the jerk as soon as he was arrested and she found out he was a scam artist.
But now Anne's new boyfriend, bit actor Adam Shulman, has found tabloid notoriety for some less-than-legal behavior. New York Post photographers caught him in New York Saturday with a friend removing part of a mural on plywood by street artist Mr. Brainwash from a construction site.
Ken Hart, president of H&H Builders, who owns the site, demanded the painting be returned by Schulman or he would press charges. To avoid a run-in with law enforcement, Shulman had two friends return the work — the actor was reportedly shooting in California — and called Hart to apologize.
But surely Hathaway — who first broke onto the scene in The Princess Diaries — can do better than a two-bit thief, remorseful or no.
Anne, if you notice $20 missing from your wallet, DTMFA. And then maybe try eHarmony — obviously someone should be screening your dates.