Days after celebrity couple Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel officially tied the knot, reports have now surfaced claiming they featured a controversial video negatively depicting the homeless at their wedding.
Reports of the parody video landed across the Internet Wednesday (October 24) afternoon.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s wedding party featured a video that openly made fun of homeless people in L.A. — this according to reports. Gawker just posted the video — reportedly made by Timberlake’s real estate agent friend Justin Huchel — which depicts what appears to be REAL homeless people on the streets of L.A., acting as Justin and Jessica’s friends who couldn’t make it to the ceremony. The homeless people in the clip — one toothless, the other shirtless — wish the ultra-rich couple well on their new lives together … saying things like, “I hope the wedding goes fine for you. My gift is in the mail.” (TMZ)
Legal action may come next as a result of the private footage getting posted online.
The video’s an obvious dig at Justin and Jessica’s ridiculous wealth — juxtaposed against the destitute poverty displayed in the clip. The video also features a transvestite. Huchel — who once dated Amanda Seyfried — has already threatened to sue Gawker over the video, claiming it was shot as “a private joke” without Timberlake’s knowledge … and demanding it be taken off the web ASAP. Calls to Justin and Jessica’s camps were not returned. (TMZ)
Timberlake and Biel officially tied the knot last week in Italy.
It’s official! Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are married. Celebrating the pending nuptials with friends and family in southern Italy since Tuesday, the actor-singer and actress finally tied the knot in a Friday ceremony. On Wednesday, the group enjoyed cocktails and a fireworks display at beach club Cala Masciola ahead of the big day. (Los Angeles Times)
Invited guests included hip-hop producer Timbaland and television star Andy Samberg.
Guests including “Saturday Night Live” star Andy Samberg, ‘NSync alum Chris Kirkpatrick, rapper Timbaland and “7th Heaven” actress Beverly Mitchell were photographed the next night at a grotto, hanging out around open fires and dining on local cheeses, olives and wine. (New York Daily News)