TORONTO — In a bizarre video that surfaced online Tuesday, actor Randy Quaid simulates intercourse with his wife Evi while she is wearing a photo of News Corporation chair Rupert Murdoch as a mask.
The 64-year-old, sporting a bushy white beard, starts the video with a rant about helping News Corp. and Warner Bros. earn over $1 billion from his films Independence Day and Christmas Vacation.
“What did I get in return?,” Quaid asks, before claiming “a Warner Bros. exec stole my house” and the studio “had my wife and I falsely arrested six times by TMZ.”
Quaid also alleges a smear campaign by a New York newspaper.
“Evi and I have been put through a living hell of biblical proportion,” he says, before Evi puts the masks on and the couple simulates sex.
“So Rupert, you want to f*** me, I’m going to f*** you,” says Quaid. “Maybe you’ll thank me for this.”
During the act, Quaid declares: ‘Together, we’ll wipe out police media corruption.”
Quaid does not explain why he is angry at the two companies.
It is not clear when or where the video was made.
One version of the video was taken down by YouTube because it violated its “policy prohibiting content designed to harass, bully or threaten.”
The actor and his wife have been in Canada since 2010, when they sought refugee status in Vancouver following arrests in California for burglary. They claimed they were not safe in the U.S. because “Hollywood star whackers” were out to get them.
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In 2011, the Quaids screened a documentary, Star Whackers, in which they claimed celebrities are targeted for murder by industry executives.
A Vancouver Sun reviewer dismissed the film as “drugged-out dreck.”
Randy’s application for permanent resident status in Canada was denied in 2013 but the couple has been allowed to remain in Canada because Evi has nationality through her father.
The pair, married since 1989, face arrest if they return to the U.S.
In addition to Independence Day and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Quaid’s credits include Midnight Express, Kingpin and the made-in-Alberta film Brokeback Mountain. He is the older brother of actor Dennis Quaid.