The Blind Side Subject Michael Oher’s Foster Brothers Are Now Opening Up And Calling The Movie Inaccurate: It ‘Didn’t Occur’


Plenty of movies are “based on a true story”, which can sometimes increase their ability to elicit strong emotional reactions from fans. 2009’s The Blind Side was one of those projects, and earned Sandra Bullock her very first Academy Award in the process. But the real-life subjects of the movie have been involved in some controversies lately, with Michael Oher claiming he was never actually adopted by the Tuoy family, and filing a lawsuit against them. While they’ve been having a legal battle, Oher’s foster brothers are now opening up and calling the movie inaccurate.

Back in August, Michael Oher’s claims about his time with the Tuoys went viral, with some corners of the internet even calling for Sandra Bullock to give back her Oscar. Now there’s been another update to the ongoing story, and a new documentary titled Blindsided came out about his life, courtesy of CNN. Oher’s foster brothers Nate and Quwanda Hale refuted aspects of the Blind Side movie, claiming that they lived with a stable and loving foster mother and that the depiction of Oher’s history was false. 

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