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Jamie Lee Curtis Posts A Picture Of A Naked Child Stuffed Inside A Plastic Bin Hanging On Her Wall, And Users Are Now Saying She Has "Strong Epstein Vibes"

By Nicole Dominique
·  2 min read
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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis posted a photo of her office, which featured a picture of a naked child stuffed inside a bin (or suitcase) on her wall. She has since deleted the picture from her Instagram.

Halloween actress Jamie Lee Curtis shared a photo of her office on Instagram but users couldn't help but notice a strange and disturbing "art piece" hanging on her wall. The image was one of a naked child stuffed inside either a plastic bin or a suitcase.

Curtis also mentions Comet Pictures in her post, which is a media production company she started in 2019. In a now-deleted caption, she wrote, "Ok. This is a weird post. But I have Covid, so f*ck it. During one of the SAG nomination panels for @everythingeverywheremovie I told the story of how I ended up with my office furnished with my beautiful Pollack chairs from that movie."

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She continued, "I mentioned if people followed me, that was not a cheap trick to try to get people to boost my numbers, but I couldn't figure out how else to get the picture out into the world, that I would post a picture of them on my IG in my offices for @comet.pictures and I am a truth teller so here you go." 

Social media personalities were quick to repost Curtis' IG post. "Why does Jamie Lee Curtis have a picture of a naked child stuffed inside a suitcase on her wall?" says @realstewpeters on Twitter. "Strong Epstein vibes."

Another large account, @DC_Draino, shared the photos on the platform as well. "5 days ago Hollywood has-been Jamie Lee Curtis posted a vaccine ad for Pfizer on Instagram," he writes, "3 days ago she posted an extremely disturbing picture she has in her home of a child stuffed in a suitcase. We have serious questions." 

@liz_churchhill8 says, "Jamie Lee Curtis @jamieleecurtis is this you with the Podesta Artwork? Asking for the World. Thanks."

Curtis’ post came just two months after the Balenciaga scandal, citing concerns that the fashion and entertainment industry is involved in the sexual exploitation of children. While the actress may have deleted the post off her Instagram profile, she has yet to address the comments.

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