Once a good guy’s gon’ bad, he’s gone forever?
After months of a string of bad incidents, Columbus Short defends his violent streak. From violence—he was charged with misdemeanor spousal battery in February, and aggravated assault in April—to Scandal (he was fired in April) the actor is easily writing the handbook on “career suicide.”
However after his most recent run in with the law, Columbus Short defends his violent streak.
In an interview with Billy Bush of Access Hollywood, the actor speaks on his 2014 troubles:
“The last three months, I have to say, have been one of the most trying times of my life. I think there’s a time when your personal life gets magnified by who we are as celebrities. I’ve always believed that the truth is good enough, like, sometimes the truth is ugly, right? And it’s good enough, but I think what happens in the media is they make grandiose versions of these stories. But I’m here to say today, that I’m still here, I’m focused, I’m grinding. Both of those two cases that you were speaking of earlier, those are dropped. So you know, one by one, it’s just like slowly but surely just chipping away at this thing.”
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