Actor Shemar Moore is speaking out on teh ghey rumors that have plagued him nearly his entire career. I’m not, and I know that, and I’m very comfortable with who I am, and I love women. If you think I’m gay, send your girlfriend over to my house for the weekend, and see what happens. The buff 46-year-old Oakland native is sick and tired of persistent rumors that he prefers his back rubs brokeback style. Deadline notes that Gibson’s relationship with Moore has been particularly tense: A 2014 breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by Gibson’s ex-manager, Craig Dorfman, alleges that both Moore and Mandy Patinkin (who once played Jason Gideon on the show) “verbally attacked” Gibson on at least one occasion, and that Dorfman “talked Gibson out of physically attacking Moore.” notes that Gibson allegedly shoved the show’s assistant director during a shoot in 2010—which prompted the studio to force Gibson to take eight hours of anger management classes. But I’m always going to look back and salute.” He even floated the possibility of coming back as a guest star eventually—just not “right away.”Maybe now that Gibson’s gone, that possibility will grow even more likely.The lawsuit also says that Gibson considered his colleagues “incompetent and inferior to him”—and that his “condescending attitude” led to frequent verbal altercations on set, one of which almost got physical. CBS would be wise to welcome Moore back for as many episodes as he is willing to join; losing a fan favorite character is tough enough on any show. Whatever solution the studios come up with, story might not end here.What do Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Danica Patrick have in common? so says "Criminal Minds" star Shemar Moore who says he's got a new girlfriend who's the #1 HOTTEST chick in pro sports. "If she stands up and turns around you might just faint," Moore told us ... So who's the mystery woman who was out with the notorious ladies man in L. And AJ [Cook] is a mother of two and took time out for her life and came back,” he said, according to TVLine.
As with any good subtweet, Moore refuses to refer to Gibson by name—but it’s easy enough to guess what he’s talking about when he says, “Lot of birdies chirping out there. Gibson was apparently embroiled in conflict on the set long before the physical altercation that prompted his suspension and subsequent dismissal. I’m leaving because I just creatively want to be fueled and [am] excited to try new things and see what else I’m capable of. That’s just simpleminded ignorance, and I don’t play that. You can call me whatever you want, but you don’t know me.”I have fans that are gay, men that come up to me, and they’re inspired by me, or they like me as an entertainer, and when they want to give me a hug or take pictures with me, what, am I supposed to not put my arm around them, or stand next to them, and if the man next to me in the picture is gay, that makes me gay? is described as an intense, action-packed procedural following a locally born and bred S. lieutenant, Daniel ‘Hondo’ Harrelson (Moore), torn between loyalty to the streets and duty to his fellow officers when he’s tasked to run a highly-trained unit that is the last stop for solving crimes in Los Angeles.First, some background: Gibson reportedly kicked writer/co-executive producer Virgil Williams in the leg during an on-set altercation over a creative dispute.Following an internal review, Gibson was let go from the procedural drama.Duell also booked a minor role on another Disney series, The Wizards of Waverly Place.In March 2010, it was announced that Duell would replace Drew Garrett in the role of Michael Corinthos on General Hospital.CBS and ABC issued a joint statement that confirmed Gibson’s dismissal, promising that “creative details for how the character’s exit will be addressed in the show will be announced at a later date.” Gibson’s representative also provided a statement: “I love and have put my heart and soul into it for the last 12 years.I had hoped to see it through to the end, but that won’t be possible now. I’ll just say this: I believe in karma.”Moore continues to note that “good things happen to good people,” invoking the golden rule and emphasizing humility and hard work. “Celebrate yourself and celebrate your blessings—as you should—but just know that you’re not better than anybody.”Hmm.