In year 2005, Russell Crowe gave an interview for GQ Australia, where he said the terrorist network al-QaedaUnder the leadership of Osama bin Laden, Was trying to kidnap her as part of a “cultural instability scheme”, The actor claims The first threat came in 2001, Months after winning an Oscar for his work in ‘Gladiator’, And because of that danger, the Australian actor always needed special protection on the sets of “A Beautiful Mind” and “Master and Commander”.
now, more than ten years after this revelationactor looks at the real incident that directly affected his reputation, “To this day I’m not sure what happened. All I know is that I arrived in Los Angeles, I went to the hotel as I’ve done last time, and an FBI team knocked on my door and told them to sit. Want to get down and talk. With me. And there they stayed for about two years. I remember going to the Golden Globes gala with about 16 security guards., And I don’t know why. He didn’t give me any details. Apparently people criticized me: ‘Look at him, he thinks he’s fucking Elvis’, and one day they disappeared.”
crow said that The FBI learned of the threat in Libya from a French police officer who had been in the recording, In 2001, the FBI confirmed that they were investigating a plot to kidnap Crowe. Al-Qaeda was planning to kidnap Russell Crowe. However, the actor said that in 2005 the FBI had already denied the threat and assured that “it may be exaggerated or may not even be true.”
These days, Crowe admits to being very careful about his personal safety, especially when it comes to electronic devices and social networks. When asked how he protects himself from aggressive fans, he says, “Okay, you block them. Block those idiots.” They usually have a good time blocking people and profiles on Twitter: “What Twitter needs to work on is making you happy to block someone, When you press the lock button, it should sound like a nuclear explosion, shattering the person’s photo into a thousand pieces, and leaving you, “Here, this is what you deserve. Boom. “
The actor knows his idea isn’t that bad. “Sooner or later, they’ll implement it,” he says. “And you know where the idea came from.”