Selma Blair reveals why she used to bite celebrities, from Kate Moss to Sienna Miller

Selma Blair revealed how she used to bite several celebrities, including Sienna Miller, Seth MacFarlane and Kate Moss, when she felt “confused” in “social situations”.

The 49-year-old actress discussed how Miller was one of the first celebrities she bit, in her latest book, Mean Baby: A Memoir of GrowthAnd Sixth page reports. According to Blair, the night after her divorce from musician Ahmed Zappa in 2006, she introduced herself to Miller at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

“I couldn’t envy her any part, she was winning me over,” Blair wrote. “So, I grabbed her arm and bit her comically, as if it was an apple.”

“Even when I held her forearm in my mouth, I panicked about myself,” she continued. “I thought, ‘What have I put myself into?'” or she? This is terrible behaviour. “

However, Blair expressed that Miller was not pissed off by the bite and “kind of yell (editor), oppa!” as a response. Miller also said, “You bit me, didn’t you? Did you really do that?”

“You’re not ashamed of me” Bad intentions A star has been added. “You will forever be the sweetheart of the ball.”

She also remembered how she first became friends with Scarlett Johansson, who invited Blair to hang out with a bunch of other people, in the early 2000s.

Over dinner, Blair, who has previously spoken about her struggles with alcoholism, noted how she “wasn’t very good at social drinking”. She also “didn’t realize how drunk one can get while sitting at a table and eating.”

Blair wrote that as soon as the meal was over, I went to the club where I got to know her A man who loves family life Creative Seth MacFarlane with her friend Seth Green.

The Legally Blonde The star explained how she felt she wasn’t “bringing anything to the party,” which is why she ended up biting MacFarlane.

She wrote, “I was touched by the stars.” “What do I do in public situations where I like someone, but feel like I’m not bringing anything to the party? I bite them on the hand.” “Whoa!” he shouted. “This really hurts.” It wasn’t a disaster. I didn’t break the skin. But soon I hated my self “.

Blair went on to describe her friendship with Kate Moss and detailed the time the two and the others spent time in a London hotel suite after the Marc Jacobs fashion show.

While she was taking Polaroid photos with Moss, Blair was encouraged to bite her finger, causing the Calvin Klein model to laugh. However, when Blair bit him “a second time,” Moss didn’t have the same reaction.

“And because she laughed, I did it again,” Blair wrote. The second time, she didn’t laugh and yelled, ‘This really hurts! “

According to Blair, the model grabbed her thumb and “crushed right inside of it.”

By interacting with Moss, Blair writes that she realized that she can hurt people when she bites them.

“It was the first time I’ve felt any amount of hurt that I might hurt people when I bite them,” she continued. “Immediately, I turned into a shameful child in the nursery.” “Oh, my God,” she whispered, “I’m so sorry.”

Regarding why she bites people, Blair admitted that she did so in public situations where she felt “exhausted”.

“My system gets flooded and gets short circuits instantly,” she wrote. “In my life, social interactions have been stressful.”

The actress’ memoir was released on May 17 and “tells a captivating story of growing up and finding her truth.” The book also explores her “periods of darkness” throughout her acting and modeling success in Hollywood.