This week, HeyMikeyATL reported to you that transgender American actress Alexis Arquette, best known for her roles in Pulp Fiction and The Wedding Singer, died on Sunday morning at 12:32 a.m. at the age of 47.
We also noted that TMZ claimed Alexis had been battling an illness, and that that may have been her cause of death.
People has now confirmed that the illness that Alexis Arquette was battling was AIDS related.
We also have another piece of updated information since the reporting of Alexis’ death, and that is that the transgender activist may have had a tell-all book planned. According to Page Six Alexis had been offered multiple deals to write this tell-all book, and apparently she was considering the last few deals before she passed.
Page Six quotes a source stating,
“She told me she was gearing up, and it was draining her because she knew she could blow the lid off a lot of closeted gay men and women and their respective marriages. She said, ‘I’m not quite ready for that kind of battle. But when I do write my book, and uncover all the hypocrisy, this town will come to a stop.’”
This does not come to surprise being that Alexis has made allegations exposing well-known celebrities for allegedly being homosexual.
In 2014 the actress claimed to have slept with Jared Leto, and was very descriptive of his ‘situation’ in her claims.
Arquette also made headlines when she came for Will Smith with accusations of him being ‘in the closet’. In a Facebook post, Alexis outed Will claiming that his first marriage ended because his wife, Sheree Zampino, walked in on him with another man.
“When Jada comes out as gay and her beard husband admits his first marriage ended when she walked in [on] him . . . servicing his Sugar Daddy . . . then I will listen to them,” Alexis wrote in the post, that has since then been deleted.
Wow! Those are some serious accusations. The world can only ever imagine the things Alexis had for her tell-all book.