Critics are demanding an apology from Charlize Theron after her recent comment comparing online media's pervasive interest into her personal life to "feeling raped."
Theron made the remark to Sky News while in the U.K. to promote her new film "A Million Ways to Die in the West." Asked whether she ever Googled herself, the Oscar winner said, "I don't do that, so that's my saving grace. When you start living in that world, and doing that, you start, I guess, feeli...
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