At Least He Wasn’t Calling Anyone “Sugartits” When He Got Arrested

February 19th, 2007 // 4 Comments

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Well, I’m just assuming. And trying to look on the bright side, since we’ve been reporting so many celebrity car crashes lately. Ray Liotta got arrested Saturday night. The “Goodfellas” actor had slammed into a number of parked cars (Oh, Ray. Why are you impersonating my cousin Nikki…when she’s driving sober?) and was taken into custody by the LAPD. Luckily, no one was injured during the accidents, but early reports indicate that Ray was under the influence of something other than booze. TMZ reports:

According to police, Liotta was driving a Cadillac Escalade at the time and hit two parked cars — one of which was struck so hard that it ended up on the curb. No one was hurt in the incident, which occurred in the ritzy Pacific Palisades area of Los Angele

And of course, like a good blogger, I’m already preparing my “Ray Liotta Enters Rehab To Save His Career” post, just to be efficient.

By Lisa Timmons
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  1. J

    He’s starting to look like Jack Palance…

  2. silvarga

    You know, I always thought Liotta would look so much better if he’d just get microdermabrasion done. And now that he has, he just looks like 80′s TV/Radio host Rick Dees…

  3. Can you see the light bouncing off his forehead and left cheek? Now that’s some oily skin.

  4. Bruce Edelman

    Jack Palance is a mere 35 years older than Ray Liotta and since his death he’s only been moldering in his grave for three months. Palance, in his current state, is still far better looking than Liotta will ever hope to be.
    Dermabrasion, though an excellent suggestion, can be a bit pricey and Ray is too cheap to hire a taxi or (God forbid) a limousine to haul his shit-faced shitty face around. I doubt he’ll spring for the cost of sanding his face into something that looks almost human.
    That’s not oil shining on Ray’s imitation face. It’s actually perspiration due to fear, common to those possessing a guilty conscience and an inborn reflexive behavior to compulsively deceive.

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