‘Hey Hillary, call me …’ Juanita Broaddrick pitches movie idea to Clinton for new production company

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Hillary Clinton is reportedly stepping into Hollywood with the formation of a production company and has already been approached with a project offer.

Though it’s a sure bet the failed Democratic presidential candidate will pass on the idea suggested by the blast from her past, Juanita Broaddrick.

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Broaddrick, who accused former President Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 when he was the Attorney General of Arkansas, reached out in a tongue-in-cheek tweet Monday, responding to news of the film and television production company.

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea are reportedly in the early stages of forming the company which would create films and other projects that would “influence culture and society ,” according to Bloomberg News. The Clinton women have been in discussions with studios which would be given the opportunity to finance and release the programs that will feature stories by and about women, sources told Bloomberg.

A tweet promoting the Bloomberg report caught Broaddrick’s attention on Monday and she stepped in with her project idea.

“Hey, Hillary, call me,” she tweeted. “I wrote a book about a Rapist who became President and his enabling, loser wife. It would make a great movie.”

The 76-year-old former nursing home administrator, who first came forward with her allegations in 1999, wrote a book detailing the sexual assault titled, “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”

Broaddrick has recounted in interviews and in her book how Clinton told her, “you’d better put some ice on that” after biting her lip during the alleged rape in a Little Rock, Arkansas hotel room in 1978. Clinton has maintained that the incident never happened and Broaddrick has openly recounted how she was silenced by Hillary Clinton.

The former secretary of state will not be making a Hollywood debut with the production company being formed with her daughter, however, as she worked in the past with Steven Spielberg on a television series, “The Woman’s Hour.” She is also reportedly considering other projects to be working on that will thankfully keep her from attempting to run for office again.

Clinton’s Hollywood direction follows in the steps of former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle who launched Higher Ground Productions, a production company that currently has a deal with Netflix.

Broaddrick’s fiery tweet on Monday earned her a virtual standing ovation on Twitter where many celebrated her strength and blistering humor. Some even had ideas of their own for a Clinton production company.

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