Ashley Judd was fired up for Kentucky’s Sweet 16 matchup against West Virginia. Judd had a lot to cheer about, being that the Wildcats absolutely destroyed the Mountaineers. 78-39. The 46-year-old actress went crazy at one point as she busted out a barrage of moves while cheering on her team. Show More Summary
There are plenty of highlights we could show you from the Kentucky Wildcats’ 78-39 romp of No. 5 seed West Virginia. There’s the two-man blocks: There’s the teammate-on-teammate posterizing on alley-oops (because the Wildcats players seemed to be the only ones around either team’s basket throughout the majority of the contest): And there’s the ridiculous […]
Judd cheered for the Wildcats with some serious zeal.
Ashley is in the game.
Eers vs. UK. About the only good thing ’bout this, I am afraid, is that I will get to see Ashley Judd, and I just love her. Also, I am so over having puppies. I am ready for them to move on. We have any takers for Thurston? Mary still interested in Ginger? They have [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
The actress strikes back at out-of-control Internet bullies.
Good for her for standing up to trolls. Contributor: Stuart McDonald read more
One victimized prominent woman decides that enough is enough.
Actress Ashley Judd has been under fire from Internet trolls for her support of the Kentucky Wildcats in this year's NCAA college basketball tournament. On Twitter and elsewhere, users have been hurling threats of sexual violence against Judd. In response, Judd promised to press charges.
The actress is firing back at those who posted hateful comments online after a tweet she posted this week about college basketball. TODAY’s Craig Melvin sat down with Judd to talk about how she is fighting online trolls, as well as her new movie “Insurgent.”
Noted Kentucky alum and basketball fan Ashley Judd didn’t like seeing Kentucky players getting hacked during the SEC Tournament championship game against Arkansas last Sunday. As sports fans are wont to do, she took her displeasure to...Show More Summary
Ashley Judd is continuing to fight back against what she describes as a "tsunami of gender-based violence and misogyny" she received on Twitter after tweeting an opinion on the SEC championship game between Kentucky and Arkansas on Sunday.
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Ashley Judd, in her ongoing movement against online antagonists, complained of an “overwhelming” number of tweets liked to sex and violent that appear on her feed. WARNING: Topic Matter… READ ON
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Since her tweet regarding the University of Kentucky’s Southeastern Conference championship game, Insurgent actress Ashley Judd has been receiving heat from hateful bashers on Twitter. In response to all the derogatory remarks against...Show More Summary
Ashley Judd has written an essay to discuss the attacks she receives on social media and her recovery from rape and sexual assault.
Ashley Judd, who reportedly is pressing charges against her Twitter trolls, told them off but good. The actress penned an emotional essay about violence against women, in which she talks about her personal experience with rape and incest. The essay, titled “Forget Your Team: Your Online Violence Toward Girls and Women Is What Can Kiss [...]