Advocacy Group Slams Jason Biggs for Parodying Jason Russell's Naked Meltdown

Jason Biggs

Invisible Children, which backs up the KONY 2012 filmmaker's 'Stop Kony' campaign, was not laughing when the actor made fun of a medical condition.

Jason Biggs parodied KONY 2012 filmmaker Jason Russell's infamous naked breakdown and he didn't impress Invisible Children. The advocacy group behind Russell's campaign threw a jab at the actor, "Who's Jason Biggs? Was he famous once or something?"

On Wednesday, March 21, Biggs was caught in a surveillance camera in the hallways of Chicago's WGN-TV station, rolling around the floor with his shirt and pants off. It was believed to be a promotional effort for his latest movie "American Reunion". His co-star Seann William Scott who just had done an interview with him earlier that day, was trying to approach him but Biggs ran to the corner with his underpants down. Biggs reportedly put his pants back on when the security came to the scene.

Jesse Derris, a spokesperson for Invisible Children told THR, "It's a little surprising that someone would be so cavalier about a serious medical issue just to drum up publicity for a sequel. His last successful movie was 11 years ago, so we're not worried about this one."


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