AceShowbiz - No one can bring Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard down when they've got each other's back. A tabloid magazine recently threatened to publish a story about their alleged bedroom details which include claim about their supposed penchant for kinky stuff and S&M, but the couple gets the last laugh.
On Wednesday, October 10, Dax took to Instagram to share a screenshot of an email he received from the tabloid. The email read, "Star is working on a story in which a source says that Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have discussed having a threesome and toyed with other kinky things, like S&M and role playing. Sources say that Kristen believes this is insurance against marital meltdown." It added that the pair had until 12:00 P.M. EST on Thursday to comment on the story.
But instead of replying to the email, he showed everyone what they're dealing with and at the same time shut down the claim. "The only offensive thing about this bulls**t story is that @kristenanniebell isn't doing all this kinkiness out of horniness, but rather a desperate attempt to save her marriage," the 43-year-old actor/comedian wrote in the caption of the snap.
He went on quipping, "I think we all know Bell is a lot more gangster than that." The former "Parenthood" star jokingly added, "I'll now give you until 4PM to comment, Star."
Kristen also responded to the tabloid's claim with a witty remark. Reposting Dax's photo, she responded to the tabloid's request for comment, "Id love to comment, but its hard to talk with this ball gag in!"
"Stranger Things" star David Harbour, who is friends with the couple, jumped in the comment section to play along with the couple's hilarious response. "Can we role play that I'm the publicist that sent this and you guys come to my house really mad but then we wind up in a threesome?" he wrote. "Dialog is up for grabs, just a general structure. We probably need a third act too where we go on an adventure to solve climate change together to make it really sing for me, but it's a start."
Dax recently defended Kristen from critics who trolled his wife for smoking weed around her husband, who has been sober for 14 years. Urging people to "get real," he hit back at the internet trolls, "That would be like a diabetic expecting their partner to never eat dessert."