Eli Roth has cyber sex with his fans, shows off tissue evidence

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Oh, Lord. Something happened this weekend, and it was… sketchy. And funny. And raunchy. And probably illegal. Here are the basics: Writer/director/actor Eli Roth was showing off something on Twitter or Oh No They Didn’t to his parents and his Inglourious Basterds costar and friend Christoph Waltz. Christoph asked about Twitter, asking “Does this go out to everyone’s Blueberry?” That’s when stuff started to get freaky. Christoph and Eli’s parents I guess left the conversation, and Eli was left alone with his fans on ONTD, then on Twitter and MySpace. And then the cyber sex happened.

By the end of the night, Eli had sent pictures of himself licking some blueberries seductively (the picture is actually turning me on), and one of a “I heart ONTD” note taped to his furry chest. Fans sent in pictures of themselves naked, or doing some raunchy, dirty things. Eli typed encouragement like “Blueberry pics got me twittering one handed” and “I feel like I just had the most amazing group cybersex with ohnotheydidnt. *wipes Blueberry juice from mouth*”. After the night was over, Eli sent out a Twitpic of a used tissue with the note “Pics or it didn’t happen. Good morning, Blueberries.” Of course, after a big cyber orgy, there are going to be recriminations and hate. Not on Eli‘s side though – he sent out this message after it was over: “Stay Juicy, Blueberries. I’m off for a week. Best. Yom Kippur. Ever.” Then he gave a huge statement about why he did it (I edited it):

I have no message for the haters, only for the lovers. There’s a self-erected barrier between “celebrities” and “regular people” which I have always felt was complete nonsense. If I make a film, it cannot be a hit unless people go to see it. Celebrities need people as much as people need celebrities, because they give someone a fantasy of a life they wish they had, or show that anyone can realize a dream and come from nowhere to be adored all over the world.

There are also accepted forms of behavior with celebrities. If you notice, it’s accepted socially for a rock star to bang groupies, or for a director to f-ck actresses, or a star to f-ck fans. What is not accepted, however, is to put on this facade of politeness and behavior in front of journalists and bloggers so as to present an “image” that is acceptable to the public. Although I have acted, and I love acting, I think of myself first and foremost as a writer. Somehow, in my mind, the rules of celebrity do not apply to me, since I never followed the classic path to being one.

I was broke at 30 and did not get real worldwide recognition until I was 33 with Hostel. And now, for the first time, people who may have heard of me but have not seen my films know who I am, and I get recognized from the film. But what has changed, really? My behavior. I’ve started being a little more polite. I’m conscious about everything I say. In short, I muted my voice. And then this thing started on ONTD.

Just from my mentioning that I was aware of the gay S&M fanfiction, people felt I had shattered a fourth wall. How could I be the first person to talk about this? Had no one else every acknowledged that it was out there? It seemed hard to believe.

The site is called Ohnotheydidnt. It’s not Salon.com. It’s supposed to be rough, raw, edgy, sexual, and funny. If you don’t want it that way, then why are you there? It should be anything goes. And when I saw the responses, people started writing me through myspace, telling me how much they appreciated my honesty. I wanted to smash down whatever 4th wall was left between the “celebrity” and the “regular people,” which truthfully I don’t really think should exist, or at least I feel it should exist in some other incarnation where celebrities are not put on this pedestal, but simply known for the work they do. I don’t believe in any sort of separation, I think it’s insane.

….I know this seems bizarre, like I had some kind of meltdown, or was on ecstasy or something, but really for me the night was about tearing down those boundaries between celebrity and fan and the things we’re not supposed to say to each other. If I had met any of those girls in person and we had had a one night stand, it would be socially acceptable. But what did we do, really? Exchange words, images, and fantasies, and had a laugh over it. It was f-cking hot, but it was all safe fun. We indulged in fantasy, but the reality of what happened was quite powerful. That’s not something that can be repeated. I wouldn’t do that every night, I probably wouldn’t ever do that again, because part of the fun of it was everyone saying “are we really doing this? Is this really happening?” That taboo breaking zone is where I live.

It may seem shocking in the moment but one day, sooner than you think, people will laugh at how this was such a big deal. Because what is it, really? An exchange of words, pictures. But to me it was more than that. It was some strange moment where we all just went into the danger zone and destroyed these walls we all took part in creating. And it felt so f-cking good.

[From Eli Roth’s rant on Oh No They Didn’t]

I actually think it’s kind of cool that Eli hung out with fans, and that girls were sending in pictures for him and stuff. It seems sweet, in a really dirty way. Am I alone in finding Eli attractive? By now, many of you know my type. I like them a little dirty, smug and skeezy. I like a guy with an attitude, a little arrogance or haughty smugness. I mistake it for confidence. That’s why I find Eli attractive – he seems like a smug bastard, and I would wipe that haughty look off of his blueberry-lovin’ face in a second. With my boobs. Sigh. And now I’m going to start using “Best. Yom Kippur. Ever.”

Most photos from Eli Roth’s Twitter, except for the last one, which is a screenshot of the alleged group cyber sex and is NSFW or under-18

 

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  1. Karen says:

    Before reading this post, I was familiar with Eli’s name but knew nothing more about him. But now? I wish to God I was waking up next to him after a hot night like the one he just described. Yum-my!

  2. Mairead says:

    SLAPPER!!! :twisted:

    OK a very articulate one with a very intricate explanation as to why photos of pretty ladies wearing very little turned him on, but yet he remains, a slapper :lol:

  3. Brooke says:

    I never knew who he was until he played the Bear Jew in Basterds and I was instantly attracted to him. Then I found out he was the progenitor of icky modern slasher flicks and was turned off. But now it’s def back on :)

  4. hha says:

    I was part of this and it was amazing

  5. Ashley says:

    I just can’t overlook Hostel.

  6. missababe says:

    I am proud to say I was part of it too :D

  7. janaynay says:

    I was a participant in this AMAZING AWESOMENESS and the timeline is a little off in your description. He sent the “tissue” pic BEFORE the naughty photos were sent to him. The photo sending happened after he agreed to a no holds-barred interview w/ ONTD and mentioned that he met his last girlfriend via MySpace and he thought of us all as “hot models with blueberries on your tits” (because a member had an icon of a model with, well, blueberries on her tits). Thus, photos of boobs w/ blueberries shopped onto them (and other mostly tame shots) found their way to Eli’s MySpace inbox.

    It was dirty fun and no one was taking it too seriously at the time. Eli is a fantastic sport!

  8. princess pea says:

    Okay, but some of you ladies who participated… please reassure us that your faces weren’t in those shots. You do know that once you’ve sent it, it’s totally out of your hands where it ends up, right? Like, you could see you on the packaging for crotchless stockings or something.

    I mean, I guess I’m glad you got your jollies. It’s just. Um. Well. A little fangirl sleazy, maybe. Internet orgiastic groupie-ism, if you will.

  9. Trillion says:

    I find him creepy with a misogynist streak, but can’t deny that I find him very attractive. I have a real thing for Jewish boys.

  10. dr_bambi says:

    Reads like great fun- wish I had been a part of it! He’s hot fo sho

  11. girl says:

    Participating in that sort of thing really isn’t my cup of tea but it sounds like it was incredible fun for those who did. I wouldn’t kick Eli Roth out of bed.

    He sounds like a pretty cool guy too.

  12. Mairead says:

    Brazen hussies the lot of yez ;)

  13. ogblueberry says:

    i have to say, i am a proud blueberry and sat. night was fabulous. idgaf.

  14. Chelle says:

    I’m glad you guys see the humor in all of this. the people involved (myself included) got alot of flack for it. I’m happy there are people out there who don’t think we’re all whores.

  15. blueberry_twat says:

    the timeline is off but this shit was epic none the less.

  16. Trillion says:

    He’s a bit Robert Downey Jr.-ish in this photo too. That doesn’t hurt a bit.

  17. blueberry795 says:

    I was part of it, and I have to say…

    the whole thing was worth it.

  18. Firestarter says:

    Hmm, I think it is oddly cool that he did this.

    Am kind of a fan. His work is bizaare (sp? too lazy to check) but I like that in a person.

    Hostel was a very shock worthy movie. It explored a side of people, that I truly believe exist out there.

    Frankly, I am sorry I missed out on this event, as cyber sex might be the only sex that would appeal to me at this point in my life and people seemed to have fun!

    I always miss out on cool internet stuff. I was Tweeting with Ralph Macchio once, but it certainly wasn’t fun like these folks had!

  19. Mina says:

    OMFG I want to eat him up. I hate that I missed this.

    He is delicious.

  20. Squirtle says:

    Wait…cybersex would be the only sex that would appeal to you at this moment? hmmm, well to each their own..

  21. girl says:

    My second thought on it was that the pic of the jizzy tissue was a bit over the top but I am glad a lot of people had fun.

  22. m says:

    I participated but I didn’t send any pictures – I asked him some questions and he responded. Kudos to the girls that sent pics though, you are awesome! It was a hilarious night :)

  23. Gloaming says:

    That might not go down well with the studios, pardon the pun…..:-)

  24. Lurker Blueberry says:

    I lurked Saturday night and Sunday.
    It was fun and hot as hell. Eli was so open and down to earth with a bit of freak on the side. He’s just that upfront type of guy. And the backlash was a bit much. No one showed their faces. So identities are safe.There are no emotional scars because people owned up to what they did. There was a give and take. His answers were very thought out to the huge number of questions given to him.Plus,he didn’t have to play along with ONTD.

    Certain people thought it was desperate and skanky. But they can not control someone else bodies or mind.Everyone has their own set of beliefs. What you feel went to far may not be far enough for the next person. And I think it’s really ridiculous when right now there is a peen/titty/vag post up. So to judge others when your posting,
    viewing,and commenting on this type of stuff is NOT CLASSY (ONTD NEW MOTTO “STAY CLASSY”) blech

  25. eternalcanadian says:

    ewww. did any of the women that sent naked pictures of themselves to this stranger on the internet even stop to think what he might do with the pictures and i’m not talking about wanking off to them. such silly bints, all of them.

    i think it is pretty pathetic people have cybersex. of course your identity can be found, thanks to a funny little thing called an IP. even if you use an IP hider, you can still be found. anyway, cybersexing and sending naked pictures of oneself to strangers is like the lowest someone can go in their pathetic lives.

    well, i know it won’t be long before they see those pictures of themselves in very unwanted situations.

    basically, keep your clothes on when you’re talking dirty to strangers on the internet.

  26. Jen says:

    Hey it’s a lot safer than doing something, like say – having unprotected sex with Jude Law.
    Glad those who participated had fun.

  27. 88Modesty88 says:

    Brazen… I like! And can I say “wow” to everyone who actually had the guts to participate.

    ROFL as well!

  28. Vermithrax says:

    Good for you dude I am unfamiliar with.

  29. Jag says:

    lol Sounds like it was a great time. :)

    That picture does nothing for me, but I love the article itself. His words exude sexiness somehow.

  30. Fat Elvis says:

    I loved “Cabin Fever” but “Hostel” was just OK, in my opinion.

  31. coruscatus says:

    Oh, god, I love ONTD. They were HILARIOUS this weekend. You should go check out the massive comment threads in those posts for the gifs/icons alone.

  32. here we go says:

    The fact that he reads gay S&M fanfiction makes him awesome in my book. It’s one of my favorite genres to read and write. Sorry I missed the big weekend. (BTW, I’m a straight female…just so ya know.)

  33. CB Rawks says:

    Yeah, he is a bit hot actually.
    So he acts too, I didn’t know that! Gotta check him out.

  34. Michelle says:

    I was a part of this and I’m glad the rest of the internet is able to find humor out of this situation, unlike some of the many members over at ONTD…

  35. bb says:

    eternalcanadian said:
    “anyway, cybersexing and sending naked pictures of oneself to strangers is like the lowest someone can go in their pathetic lives.”

    are you serious? you think that’s the lowest someone can go in their lives? sounds like you don’t have enough perspective in that closed little mind of yours. some people get off on exhibitionism, and there’s nothing wrong with that at all. to each their own.

  36. girl says:

    @BB.

    Very true. It must be nice for EC to live in a world where people don’t sell their bodies for money or drugs, or rape children or any number of things that this event clearly was not.

    This conservative Christian says, “Lighten the hell up, EC”

  37. Spacewoman says:

    OMG!!he’s so so bad..delicious!!(except for the tissue bit – could’ve done without dat OTT)

  38. TM says:

    As part of this, it was an amazing experience and Eli is a very funny, smart and sweet man.

  39. ana4289 says:

    I’m in love with this man.

  40. Marigold says:

    Wow. That is totally hot. Does anyone know where I can get a full copy of this text orgy? It looks like some good bedtime reading…. ;)

  41. Nykolle says:

    This man. I’ve never seen a single movie of his in my life (which I am sadly regretting now), but I already want to know him. He seems like an awesome person with a wide view of what’s interesting and what he wants.

    I agree with breaking that celebrity/people wall. There are so many celebrities that I would love to get to know solely for their personalities. But with all the crazed fans out there, I can understand why it was built so high. Some people just don’t know boundaries and never realize that celebrities are people and should be admired, but not worshiped or used.

    To the slash S&M fanfiction…

    Best. Thing. EVER. Oh, I was wondering the same thing just the other day. Why DON’T celebrities ever find these things? XD It’s all over the internet.

  42. twotontongue says:

    eternalcanada you response made me laugh. Who cares if someone finds out you had cybersex or sent naked pictures, of in fact, who cares if those naked pictures are seen by everyone! It’s not that big of a deal, even though it may not be what you want to happen when you do those activities. Anyone who is smart and cool and a loving person will not judge you by this pettiness. How nice and caring you are of a person and how you treat others is what matters, and when people want to drop some of those barriers of normal politeness and agree to explore some aspect of sexuality that they don’t normally explore, who gives a shit. They agreed to it beforehand, so it’s fine. It’s not like they were victims being cornered and forced into it. Not everyone is ashamed of having a sexuality about them and not everyone feels ashamed of their naked body. If you ask me, we are all sexual beings and we all like to get off from time to time or all the time, and we all have cocks or vaginas and anus’s that usually have some shit residue leftover on them after we poop. That’s life and you can’t waste your time feeling bad about the complete natural and true nature of it. Sex, poop, semen, buttsweat. It’s part of our humanity and we should not be ashamed of any of it. If you worry what other people might think if they found out about what you did in a particular moment or even series of moments over years, you will miss out on the wonderfulness of the here and now. Be happy and free. Its a gigantic universe big enough for us all to be who we are and if people dont like it, that’s cool too. So I respect your opinion even though it’s not for me, still made me laugh though because it reminded me of me from the past. Peace and love to all.

  43. Ty says:

    I think that’s disgusting. To send that to someone you don’t know is stupid. If I were you, I would be embarrassed of myself, not excited and thinking that I was cool. And you’re right, it wasn’t rape or murder, but it is still a boundary you shouldn’t cross. It’s the same as sexting, and that’s def not ok for teens, so why should it be ok for adults? Especially self-respecting adults. I liked Eli Roth, but I don’t know anymore. And seriously, if celebs didn’t want a wall between them and other people, then there wouldn’t be a wall; it was their decision. It’s that simple. I, personally, don’t show random strangers my naked body, especially not over the Internet, where just about anyone could get a look at it. How would you feel if your parents saw that? Don’t do something so not private unless you think it’s ok for your parents to look at! I mean are you so sad and popular that you can’t get a regular relationship; that you can’t get your jollies except with strangers on the Internet? Everyone who participated in that should be ashamed of yourselves! Especially you, Eli Roth! Some young people I know actually looked up to you! You should be embarrassed and ashamed!

    • jshdk says:

      According to who is it a boundary you shouldn’t cross? And what is wrong with sexting? ..Yeah. So it’s your close-minded opinion. You seriously need to get that twig out of your ass. People exploring their sexuality is NORMAL.
      I cant see nothing in this whole thing to be embarrassed or ashamed about.

      plus, your statement that “if celebs didn’t want a wall between them and other people, then there wouldn’t be a wall; it was their decision” is a lie.