MILLIONAIRE TARANTINO WON'T GIVE MOM A DIME!
Globe|August 30, 2021
HOLLYWOOD hotshot Quentin Tarantino admits being an Inglourious Basterd to his 75-year-old mom, Connie — by refusing to give her a cent of his $120 million movie fortune because she once mocked his writing.

The grudge-carrying filmmaker, who’s won screenplay Oscars for Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained, says he vowed his mother would get “nothing” from him when he hit the big-time after she belittled his dreams of being a writer when he was 12.

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