Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel’s $6.5 Million Wedding Made Fun Of The Homeless

The Superficial / October 25, 2012

During Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake’s $6.5 million wedding in Italy last weekend, Justin’s good pal, real estate agent Justin Huchel thought it’d be hilarious to record a bunch of homeless people in LA congratulating the happy couple and saying they couldn’t make it because, haha, they’re totally poor! WACKA WACKA! Via Gawker:

The 8:30 video featured street interviews with ten people, many of them obviously homeless, premised on the idea that they were friends of Timberlake and Biel’s who, for whatever reason, couldn’t quite swing the trip to the Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia for the nuptials, which were reported to cost $6.5 million. “Greetings from Your Hollywood Friends Who Just Couldn’t Make It,” reads the opening title card, “Featuring Sid, Chuck, Robert, and More!” Sid, Chuck, Robert, and others appear to be penniless and living on the street. Some of them are obviously intoxicated, mentally ill, or both, and at least one of them is entirely incapable of speaking.
“Justin and Jessica, I haven’t seen you for a long time,” one toothless man tells the camera. “I hope the wedding goes fine for you. My gift is in the mail.”

Pfft! He put the gift in a mailbox. That’s where they poop! AHAHAHAHAHA!

However, one person doesn’t found this situation funny, and that’s Justin Huchel who’s now threatening to sue Gawker for posting an excerpt of the video which, according to his lawyer, was made “to be used and exhibited privately at Justin Timberlake’s wedding as a private joke without Mr. Timberlake’s knowledge.” He’s also pulled down his agent profile on Hilton & Hyland’s website (Oh, look, he works with the douche from Million Dollar Listing, of course.) and deleted his Twitter probably because both contained the following, now-ridiculous bio:

Justin Huchel is a straightforward, honest and forthcoming agent with a vast knowledge of high end inventory, extensive background in development and a commitment to integrity.

In Justin Huchel’s defense, when you’re buying a house, you kind of do want somebody who thinks making fun of the homeless is hilarious. It shows his commitment to homes and making sure people live in them or else they’re pieces of shit for him to use as comedy props for his rich friends. That’s called “dedication.” Look it up.

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