Brian Austin Green Denies Rumor About Megan Fox Forcing Their Sons to Wear Girls Clothes
Brian Austin Green, the former Beverly Hills 90210 actor, has vehemently denied rumors that his ex-wife Megan Fox is forcing their three sons to wear girls’ clothes. The rumors were started by a tweet from a self-proclaimed “Free Thinker” Robby Starbuck, who also ran for U.S. Congress in 2022. Starbuck alleged that he and his children used to live in the same gated community as Fox, and he claimed to have seen two of her sons “have a full on breakdown” while wearing girls’ clothes. According to him, the kids were “forced by their mom to wear girls’ clothes,” and he called it “pure child abuse” while urging people to pray for the children.
The story was circulated widely on Twitter, leading to a wave of criticism and condemnation aimed at Fox. However, Green has now spoken out to deny the rumor and slam Starbuck for his motives. Green told TMZ that the rumor was completely unfounded and that “there are only a few people in their world that can actually verify whether [sic] or not a story like this is true,” adding that he “can tell you with absolute certainty it is not.” He further criticized Starbuck for having “selfish motives that do not care about negatively affecting a parent-child relationship.”
Green’s comments highlight the danger of believing rumors and hearsay without verifying it with credible sources. In today’s fast-paced media landscape, it is easy for false stories to go viral and cause reputational damage to innocent parties. In this instance, Green and Fox were subjected to baseless accusations that could have potentially harmed their children’s welfare.
The media should be responsible in their reporting and should verify their sources before spreading false information. Green rightly criticized Starbuck, who seemed to have a political motivation for starting the rumor, stating, “This Robby Starbuck person is full of s**t, and I have no idea who he is.” Starbuck had previously made it clear that he had a problem with California, suggesting that the state was celebrating child abuse. His mention of moving to Tennessee indicated his conservative political views that may have informed his stance on children’s clothing and gender roles.
It is worth noting that the children’s clothing issue has been a subject of debate in recent years, with some parents questioning traditional gender norms and embracing gender-neutral clothing styles. Megan Fox has previously expressed her views on the subject, saying that she does not limit her children by telling them how they should play and that children’s clothing should be a matter of creative expression. Her stance on the issue was also misrepresented in the recent rumors.
In conclusion, Brian Austin Green has denied the rumors about his ex-wife Megan Fox forcing their sons to wear girls’ clothes. He rightly criticized the source of the rumor, calling it “totally bogus.” The media should verify their sources before spreading unsubstantiated rumors, as such stories can cause harm and damage to the innocent parties involved. In today’s fast-paced media landscape, it is essential to be responsible in reporting, especially when children’s welfare is involved. As for this particular rumor, it is safe to say that it was nothing more than a baseless and irresponsible tweet.