In a matter of days, documentary filmmaker Jason Russell went from an internet sensation to a viral punchline after a very public, nude rant. He’s since been admitted to the hospital and has plans to remain there for months.
Jason Russell, Invisible Children co-founder and two-time viral video star — first for KONY 2012, and second for the naked, public meltdown that followed — may remain in the hospital for several months according to his wife, Danica.
If the viral video star had been found under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he was apprehended for indecent exposure, police say he would have served jail time.
Although it’s hard to believe that KONY 2012 filmmaker Jason Russell was clear-headed when he was picked up by San Diego police for allegedly vandalizing cars and engaging in public masturbation last Thursday, police say that had the 33-year-old been found under the influence of drugs or alcohol, he definitely would have gone to jail.
Jason Russell, co-founder of Invisible Children and mastermind behind the viral video KONY 2012, was not arrested for his lewd behavior last week. Find out why and watch the video!
It’s been a strange and confusing turn of events for documentary filmmaker, Jason Russell, but luckily, his bizarre behavior won’t have any long-term consequences. After a new video detailing his strange naked outburst was released over the weekend, many people are wondering why the 33-year-old was only detained, not arrested.
Watch this wild video of the troubled Invisible Children co-founder, in which he swears and runs around naked in San Diego because of alleged exhaustion and dehydration.
Jason Russell gained quick fame as the leader of viral campaign Kony 2012, but he received infamy just as quickly for a naked meltdown he had in San Diego on March 16. TMZ has released a video of his outburst, and it is truly shocking!
Jason Russell’s wife says the extreme success of ‘Kony 2012’ in such a short period of time led to his meltdown in San Diego March 16!
Jason Russell shocked the world when he stripped down in public, started running around and then masturbating in San Diego March 16, but the Invisible Children co-founder wasn’t getting off on the experience — he was having an emotional breakdown, his wife Danica Russell says.
HollywoodLife.com can confirm Jason Russell — co-founder of Invisible Children — was detained by officials for indecent exposure and allegedly masturbating in San Diego yesterday. Can you believe it?
After doing so much good, Invisible Children co-founder and the man behind “Kony 2012” Jason Russell fell apart emotionally and wound up stripping, reportedly masturbating and vandalizing cars in the streets of San Diego March 15, reports TMZ.
See what your favorite celebs have been saying about the rapidly growing ‘Stop Kony’ movement.
If this is the first time you’re reading the name Joseph Kony, you probably haven’t spent too much time on Twitter in the past 24 hours. Oprah, Rihanna, Justin Bieber and virtually every other celebrity on the planet has been tweeting about the Ugandan terrorist, who is now the subject of a 27-minute film produced by Invisible Children Inc. Directed by Jason Russell, the viral sensation is actually a campaign to “raise support for [Joseph Kony’s] arrest and set a precedent for international justice.”