Jonah Hill’s ex-girlfriend, Sarah Brady, shared a viral TikTok therapist’s message about the “misuse of the concept” of boundaries following her allegations that the actor was “emotionally abusive” throughout their relationship.
Brady, a professional surfer and model, unleashed a series of Instagram stories against the “Wolf of Wall Street” star, saying Hill was controlling, and would “manipulate” and “gaslight” her when they were dating from August 2021 til 2022.
In a unique coincidence, the “You People” actor is selling his brand of control on his own “Meaningful Existence” website, with “complete unrelenting control” merchandise.
Hill soft-launched the brand in April with former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna by his side at a Lakers game.
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In what appeared to be just a gag at the time, he simply sold a $40 T-shirt online. But the site soon added sweatshirts, hats, socks and tote bags, seemingly solidifying a place in the underworld of witty wellness marketing.
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“Meaningful Existence is a mission-driven lifestyle company and wellness community that offers high-quality products and supports mental health and therapy resources,” the online company stated. “Our goal is to help remove the stigma around prioritizing mental well-being.”
The venture also appeared to offer a scholarship program to “address the critical shortage of mental health professionals nationwide,” and has an application process for students pursuing careers in the field to potentially receive $5,000 toward “tuition, fees and other related financial obligations.”
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Brady, 26, issued a “warning to all girls” this weekend in a series of social media shares allegedly showing text messages from Hill where he detailed “his boundaries for a romantic partnership.”
“it’s been a year of healing & growth with the help of loved ones and doctors to get back to living my life without guilt, shame, and self-judgment for things as small as swimming in a swimsuit rather than a more conservative wetsuit. And I’m sure there’s still much more healing from this abuse ahead of me,” she wrote in one post.
One screenshot showed a text allegedly from Hill telling Brady his “boundaries” “plain and simple” were if she needed to “surf with men,” “have bounadryless [sic], inappropriate friendships with men,” “model,” post pictures of herself in a bathing suit or “sexual” photos, or have friendships with “unstable” women and women from her “wild recent past,” then he wasn’t “the right partner for” her.
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Brady praised viral sensation Jeff Guenther for breaking down a few of the text messages Jonah allegedly sent, and how his idea of boundaries didn’t properly align with the definition.
“Jonah Hill was using therapy speak to control his girlfriend Sarah – his now ex-girlfriend – and it’s important that we go over this misuse of therapy language, which is kind of a thing these days, and how it can be super problematic as it masks controlling behavior under a commonly accepted positive concept – in this case boundaries – making it harder for the person on the receiving end (Sarah) to challenge it,” Jeff said.
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“Jonah’s use of the term boundaries in this message is a misuse of the concept. A boundary is a healthy limit a person sets for themselves to protect their well-being and integrity. It is a rule or guideline that one creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for others to behave towards them and how they’ll respond when someone passes those limits.”
He added, “However, in the message Jonah sent to Sarah, he is not setting boundaries that protect his emotional well-being. Instead, he is dictating what behaviors and friendships Sarah is permitted to have. He’s essentially instructing Sarah on who she can be friends with, what she can do professionally, and how she can show up online. This is not an example of healthy boundary setting. Instead, it reflects an attempt at control.”
Jeff said that Jonah’s texts “demonstrates a lack of respect for Sarah’s autonomy and individuality. Jonah’s message is more about restricting Sarah’s behavior to suit his comfort levels and insecurities rather than expressing his feelings or needs in a healthy manner.”
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Jeff also added a note about Hill’s latest movie, “Stutz,” which focuses on Hill’s relationship with his therapist, Phil Stutz.
“One last thing, Jonah Hill made a lovely documentary about therapy, and it’s a shame to see him weaponizing what he learned to attempt to manipulate his girlfriend,” he said. “That sucks.”