To recap: this month, Moby released a new book, “Then It All Fell Apart,” a follow-up to his well-received 2016 autobiography “Porcelain.” Now 53, the Grammy-nominated artist and animal rights activist gave the book a promising premise (“What do you do when you realize you think you have everything you’ve ever wanted but still feel completely empty?
”), which was undercut by some of its more gossip-y tidbits, including an account of the author mistaking an A-list actress for a groupie following a show in Austin.
“At midnight she brought me to her dorm room and we lay down next to each other on her small bed.
I got you, I got you."The girl posted about the incident on Twitter, saying Tom came over to her and tried to calm her down.
She also said that Tom really did throw the graphers' things on the ground.
” Portman, meanwhile, has chosen not to dignify these posts with a response.
According to her rep: “Nat has said all she cares — or hopefully needs — to say.” Still, Moby is getting a fair amount of heat on social media for his insistence that Portman is not telling the truth, with pundits across the entertainment industry practically begging the artist to stand down.