Sandra Bullock’s ‘The Blind Side’ Co-Star Responds To Calls For Her Oscar To Be Revoked In The Wake Of Michael Oher’s Exploitation Claims
John Lee Hancock’s 2007 movie “The Blind Side” was a massive hit (read CinemaBlend’s review here). On top of its box office appeal and critical acclaim, the drama also earned Sandra Bullock an Academy Award win. But the real-life figures from the story are currently having some drama, with Michael Oher claiming he was never adopted, and that his story was exploited by the Tuohy family. And now Bullock’s co-star Quinton Aaron has responded to calls for her Oscar to be revoked in the wake of the exploitation claims. The internet was set ablaze with Michael Oher’s allegations against the Tuohy family, especially since so many moviegoers have seen “The Blind Side” throughout the years. Some corners of the internet have set their sights on Sandra Bullock, despite her only playing Leigh Anne Tuohy and not being connected to the situation IRL. Quinton Aaron recently appeared on TMZ, where he was asked about those who want Bullock to give back her coveted Oscar.
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