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Jonah Hill’s surfer ex-girlfriend said she intentionally waited — until after his current girlfriend had delivered their first child — to go public with accusations of emotional abuse against the actor.
Sarah Brady released a number of text messages she said were attempts to control her behavior over the weekend, and she reportedly told her Instagram followers that she had waited because she was concerned about the impact her statements could have on Hill’s girlfriend, Olivia Millar – especially if she were to read the texts while pregnant.
“I didn’t want [Millar] to have to see all of this while she was pregnant because I didn’t know what kind of stress that would cause her and her baby physically,” Brady said in an Instagram Story over the weekend.
Brady went on to say that she hoped Millar would eventually see the messages, adding that she wanted to help Millar “make an informed decision of how she wants to care for herself and her baby.”
“I just hope she would receive some of these screenshots somehow through friends, like, friends of mine that I met through him that I know are good people that I know would make an effort to protect her,” she said.
Brady posted a series of texts in which Hill explained what he expected of her – with regard to the way she presented herself – if they were going to be dating seriously.
One of the texts read:
Plain and simple:
If you need:
-surfing with men
-boundaryless inappropriate relationships with men
-to post pictures of yourself in a bathing suit
-to post sexual pictures
-friendships with women who are in unstable places and from your wild recent past beyond getting a lunch or coffee or something respectful
I am not the right partner for you. If these things bring you to a place of happiness I support it and there will be no hard feelings. These are my boundaries for a romantic partnership. My boundaries with you based on the ways these actions have hurt our trust.
Daily Wire host Candace Owens responded to the texts, saying that she didn’t see anything wrong with the boundaries Hill was asking to set.
“Women say there are no good men. The truth is there are plenty of good men but many women don’t want to rise to the level of being good women. Basic respect for yourself and your partner isn’t a tall ask. Again, there is nothing wrong with Jonah Hill’s leaked text messages,” she said.
Women say there are no good men. The truth is there are plenty of good men but many women don’t want to rise to the level of being good women.
Basic respect for yourself and your partner isn’t a tall ask.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) July 8, 2023