WEIRD NEWS

Randy Quaid Posts Bizarre NSFW 'Sex Video' With Wife In Rupert Murdoch Mask

02/04/2015 05:21 am ET | Updated Feb 04, 2015

Actor/conspiracy theorist Randy Quaid has resurfaced online, posting a NSFW video in which he appears to simulate sex with his wife while she wears a Rupert Murdoch mask.

Quaid, who has grown a shaggy beard, rails against Murdoch and a Warner Brothers executive who he claims stole his house.

Note: The video below contains explicit content that may not be appropriate for all audiences.

"Warner Brothers even had my wife and I falsely arrested six times by TMZ," Quaid says. "No, for real. That's really how it works -- #PMC, Police-Media-Corruption. BOOM."

Quaid said he and his wife want to retaliate for being put through "a living hell of biblical proportions."

"So Rupert, you want to fuck me? I'm gonna fuck you," says Quaid, who is sporting the Hawaiian shirt he wore in "Independence Day" and a jacket, but does not appear to be wearing pants. Quaid and his wife, Evi, who dons a Rupert Murdoch mask, then take the metaphor a little too far. The clip ends with Quaid channeling his ID4 character, crying out "I'm baaaaaaaack!"

For the past four years, the Quaids have been living in Canada after a series of events that include charges that they defrauded an innkeeper and vandalized a home they had rented in California. After a number of court dates, many of which the couple missed, the two fled across the border.

While the United States has not tried to extradite the Quaids, they face arrest if they re-enter the country.

Quaid has also claimed in the past that he was being stalked by "Hollywood star-whackers" who he claims were responsible for the deaths of actors David Carradine and Heath Ledger.

Quaid is the older brother of actor Dennis Quaid and had previously enjoyed a long career in Hollywood. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for 1973's "The Last Detail." He played Cousin Eddie in the "National Lampoon's Vacation" series, and had roles in a wide range of films including "Brokeback Mountain" and "Kingpin."

Suggest a correction
Comments

CONVERSATIONS