Thankfully 29-year-old Canadian beauty Sara Canning was on hand to add some much needed glamour, turning heads in a flattering black dress.
“I just had to say ‘Sorry, you looked like someone else.’” The story gives a disconcerting glimpse of Harrelson’s old hell-raising side, which last flared up in 2009 when he attacked a paparazzo claiming he mistook him for a zombie.
I wait in the most discreet nook of the Soho House in Los Angeles, 14 stories up, overlooking the flats of Beverly Hills.
Harrelson arrives and offers out a hand to shake, only to veer off and start chatting like old friends with a bunch of large, bling-covered black men.
“These girls came up to me, these two girls, and asked me, ‘So you want to take a walk on the wild side? Harrelson revealed the third female passenger was a member of the press, who also enlisted a photographer, after manipulating the other two women.
“I was bummed when they all left together ’cause I knew it was going to happen [an article]. I never read it ’cause I didn’t want to read it,” he shared.
When it came time to speak with his other half — whom he was dating but not yet married to at the time — Harrelson wasn’t ready for, or expecting, the response he received.