…. And we’re still talking about Jodie Foster’s appearance at the Golden Globes. Most of Jodie’s lifetime achievement award speech got drowned out by her (bizarre, IMO) “coming out,” but a lot of people also decided to focus on Jodie’s two sons. Her sons Charles and Kit (14 and 12, respectively) were two of her “dates” for Globes, and they were on camera at various times during her speech. Both are gingers! And both are nice-looking young men. I’m including a screenshot, and you can see them at the beginning of this video too:
So, people were talking about her boys and there are new questions being raised about their paternity. I guess people forgot about the issue for years and years? All of a sudden, everyone is like, “Huh, I wonder who their biological father is?” Well, Page Six has a theory. And it comes with a heavy dose of Jacuzzi beejs.
Could Mel Gibson be the biological father of Jodie Foster’s two sons?
That’s what some in Hollywood were wondering as Foster thanked Gibson — “You know, you save me, too” — in her heartfelt speech Sunday, reports The Post’s Los Angeles correspondent, Richard Johnson. Gibson was sitting with Charles, 14, and Kit, 12, at Foster’s table.
Foster has never revealed her handsome sons’ paternity and has reportedly said she won’t tell the boys until they turn 21.
“The kids look like him [Gibson] but blonder,” said one amateur genealogist.
If Gibson, a father of eight, donated his sperm to Foster, it would explain her fierce loyalty to the troubled star while the rest of Hollywood shunned him over his anti-Semitic remarks and abusive treatment of Oksana Grigorieva, the Russian girlfriend who bore his last child, Lucia, 3.
Foster and Gibson became friends in 1994 when they starred together in “Maverick.” The two have remained close and often play poker together. Foster’s elder son was born in 1998.
Foster cast Gibson as the lead in her 2011 movie “The Beaver” and stood by him through a grueling press tour. “He’s so incredibly loving and sensitive,” she recently said. “I knew the minute I met him that I would love him the rest of my life.”
The other prime paternity possibility is Randy Stone, the openly gay casting-director friend of Foster who died of heart disease in 2007.
Stone’s mother, the Rev. Beverly Bates, recently told Britain’s Daily Mail, “Randy told me that Jodie said she’ll tell the boys who their father is when they’re 21.” Bates believes Stone is their father, although he never confirmed it: “He told me he had to sign documents. It was a secret he took to his grave.”
The boys also have another mom, movie producer Cydney Bernard, whom Foster praised in her speech as “one of the deepest loves of my life.” The two broke up in 2008.
Reps for Gibson and Foster declined to comment.
Yeah, to be fair, most of the internet speculation has been focused on this Randy Stone dude, whom Jodie loved and adored and was one of her biggest champions. You can see photos of him and read more about him here – before Randy Stone died, Jodie’s son always called him “Uncle Randy” and he helped look after them throughout the years too. CB thinks Randy Stone is definitely the father, and she thinks Charles and Kit look a lot like him too. While I think Randy is the better bet, I’m not completely sold. I think the older boy, Charles, has a Mel Gibson-ish look to him too. And an alleged Gibson paternity really would explain a lot, wouldn’t it?
Photos courtesy of NBC screencaps, WENN.