‘And the Oscar for the Biggest Pedophile Goes to…’

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Street artist, Sabo, placed three large billboards in Hollywood that called out Hollywood stars who kept silent about sexual exploitation in the industry. The signs were in the style of the Oscar-nominated movie, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, in which a grieving mother used billboards to criticized the local police chief for failure to pursue an investigation of the rape and murder of her daughter. The Hollywood billboard captions read: “And the Oscar for the Biggest Pedophile Goes To…,” “We All Knew, and Still No Arrests” and “Name Names on Stage Or Shut the Hell Up.”  The messages were removed from the signs late Wednesday morning after they were discovered and made national news. -GEG

Street artist known as Sabo is trolling celebrities ahead of Sunday’s Academy Awards, erecting three billboards that send searing messages to a town whose most powerful men have been accused of decades of sexual abuse.

Photos of the three billboards, which are a play on the Oscar-nominated drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, emerged online on Wednesday, just days before hundreds of stars show up to celebrate themselves on Hollywood’s biggest night.

“And the Oscar for biggest pedophile goes to…” reads one of the near-fifty-foot signs.

Street artist Sabo erects billboards over Hollywood ahead of the Academy Awards.

“We all knew and still no arrests,” another billboard reads.

 “Name names on stage or shut the hell up!” another says, sending a message to the many celebrities expected to urge support for the #MeToo and Time’s Up anti-sexual harassment movements on the red carpet and from the stage.

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