In his new memoir, Elliot Page recalls being verbally assaulted by a celebrity actor at a party two months after coming out as gay.
Page revealed they identified as lesbians in 2014 before coming out as transgender in 2020.
In a chapter of his new memoir: page boy, Titled “Famous A–hole at Party,” Page said an actor who was an “acquaintance” told him, “You’re not gay.” There isn’t. You’re just afraid of men.”
He said the acquaintance continued, “I’ll fuck you to make you realize you’re not gay.”
days later that Juno Star said he saw the man at the gym. He told him, “I swear I have no problem with gay people.”
“I think you could,” Page replied.
“I put this story in the book because it’s about emphasizing the reality, the shit we’re dealing with and what’s being sent to us all the time, especially in environments that are predominantly cis and straight” , Page wrote.
Page didn’t name the actor from the story, but noted that “he’ll hear about it and know it’s him.”
In a recent interview with PeoplePage spoke about how “grateful” he is for his life after undergoing gender-confirming surgery.
“There were obviously very difficult moments. I feel like I barely made it in a lot of ways,” he said. “But today I’m just being myself and thankful to be here and alive and walking step by step.”
Page publicly came out as transgender in December 2020, posting a statement on Instagram that read: “Hello friends. I want to let you know that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot.”
pages scheduled for release on June 6th.