Kiefer is a hero. Or not.

May 6, 2009 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Last night Guest of a Guest broke the story that Kiefer Sutherland headbutted fashion designer Jack McCollough in the face Monday night, and now sources close to Sutherland have confirmed the story to TMZ.

We’re told witnesses say the alleged victim — Proenza Schouler designer Jack McCollough — allegedly knocked Brooke Shields over and Kiefer saw it happen. The witnesses say Kiefer went over to the man and told him to apologize to her. At that point they say McCollough pushed Kiefer and the actor responded with a headbutt.

And yet somehow Brooke Shields’ version of the events is the 100 percent opposite of that.

But Brooke’s rep says “nothing happened to her,” adding “Jack did nothing inappropriate. It’s not clear what caused Kiefer to do what he did” … Jack, who designs clothes for Brooke, “did absolutely nothing to her.”
But here’s where the plot thickens. We asked the rep, “Did Jack touch her?” Their response — “We don’t know.”

There has to be some way to figure out who is telling the truth. Maybe Keifer could go on trial and when the lawyers ask him questions he could say, “One second please.” And then he could take a marker and write something on a piece of paper. But then he holds it up and the paper is blank. The jurors will be like, “that’s highly unusual, I thought he was writing something.” But then he asks the judge to roll up her sleeve, and on her forearm it says, “INNOCENT.” “Holy Moly!” the jurors will say. And this McCollough guy will get all nervous and confess that he was lying the whole time. That would be a good trial.

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