Elliot Page shockingly revealed in his new memoir “Pageboy” that after coming out as gay, an A-list Hollywood star once verbally assaulted him. In 2014, he was confronted by a homophobic actor at a birthday party in LA. This encounter was described by the actor in one of the book’s chapters.
During a speech at a Human Rights Campaign conference, Elliot came out as gay. In December 2020, he came out as transgender. Elliot’s first public shirtless photo since having top surgery was taken in May 2021. He wrote in the caption of his mirror photo, “Oh good, my new phone works.”
According to People magazine reports, Elliot Page described an encounter with a homophobic actor in a chapter from his biography titled “Famous A-hole at Party.” As per the quote from the chapter, the undescribed actor told Elliot, “You aren’t gay. He further told him, “That doesn’t exist. You are just afraid of men. I am going to f**k you to make you realise that you aren’t gay.
Detailing further about the experience, Eliot said that he met the actor a few days later at the gym, and he tried to take back his comments that he has no issue with homosexuals. Eliot said that he has had some version of that happen many times throughout his life.