The Revenant actor Leonardo DiCaprio must have the most colorful of summers- sipping cocktails under the most beautiful beaches, yacht parties with the sexiest models- he was reportedly spending private moments with Victoria’s Secret model Nina Agdal earlier this week.
How could things go wrong? After all the Titanic “King of the world!” declaration, he’s mighty living it in real life too.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Nina Agdal actually ended up in an accident on Montauk Highway in East Hampton, after which tabloids screamed Leonardo DiCaprio dead! But he and Agdal are perfectly safe after the fender-bender, as reported by NBC.
He backed out of a Hillary Clinton fundraiser after reports surfaced of being investigated along with the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation after the entity was said to have received funds from The fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
According to the DOJ, funds raised for economic purposes by 1MDB were allegedly funneled to Red Granite pictures, which sourced out money to fund Leonardo’s 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street.
Reports say the actor may not be directly involved in the $3 billion Malaysian embezzlement scheme and may just be incidentally dragged along by shady personalities.
Among the sketchy figures he’s met along the way is Helly Nahmad, an art dealer who was busted for running a gambling ring.
Speaking of art, Leonardo DiCapro and Kate Winslet was the subject of a Canadian art exhibit called “Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls.”
Artist Sabrina Parolin fell in love with the actor since she watched Romeo and Juliet, while her partner Jennifer Ilett experienced a “sexual awakening” after she saw the movie Titanic.
According to a report by Inquisitr, the highlight of the exhibit was Leonardo DiCaprio’s penis.
Kate Winslet’s body was transposed with Leonardo’s, which showed her breasts from a memorable Titanic scene, while DiCaprio’s penis and pubic hair was on full display in a chubby version of himself.
“I think it really captures the spirit of the project, which is very tongue-in-cheek and not meant to be a very serious fine art project,” Ilett said.
In an interview with Toronto Life, Sabrina Parolin expounded on their purpose of the exhibit saying, “We wanted to do something that captured the nostalgia and the role, Leo played in our own childhoods and the childhoods of our whole generation.”
Leonardo DiCaprio movies include The Inception, The Aviator and The Great Gatsby. He won his first Academy Award in the Best Actor Category in The Revenant in 2015.
Photo Courtesy: Seibbi/Wikimedia