“Blind Side” Actor Stands Up For Sandra Bullock After Trolls Demand She Loses Her Oscar

Sandra Bullock won an Academy Award in 2010 for her portrayal of Leigh Anne Tuohy.

The Tuohy family from Tennessee adopted NFL player Michael Oher, whose story is depicted in the film “The Blind Side.” However, Oher’s recent statements have raised questions about the adoption.

According to Oher, the Tuohys exploited a conservatorship to gain financial benefits but never legally adopted him.

The Tuohys, on the other hand, claim that Michael Oher attempted to extort $15 million from them, and they refute his allegations, accusing him of lying.

With the renewed debate over “The Blind Side,” some are calling for Sandra Bullock to return her Academy Award.

Quinton Aaron, who played Michael Oher in the movie, strongly disagrees with these calls.

In a recent interview with Fox News, Quinton Aaron expressed his support for Sandra Bullock.

“There’s nothing that says she had anything to do with this. She was an actress who got hired to do a job, and she did it so well that she was rewarded for it. Why would you take that reward just because of what’s going on today, 14 years later?”

Aaron mentioned that Bullock is already dealing with personal issues, including the recent loss of her long-term companion, Bryan Randall, who passed away on August 5 at the age of 57 due to ALS. He called for people to show her support and sympathy during this difficult time.

Quinton Aaron, who knows the pain of bereavement, showed compassion and defended Bullock. He urged internet trolls attacking her to focus on their own lives instead.

He emphasized that Sandra Bullock is not involved in the issues surrounding the Tuohy family and should be granted privacy and empathy as she copes with her loss.

Quinton Aaron also shared fond memories of working with Sandra Bullock, describing her as welcoming, professional, and humorous. He praised her guidance and the positive impact she had on his life.


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