Dick Cheney's daughter slams Christian Bale's 'Satan' comment — Golden Globes

Dick Cheney's daughter slams Christian Bale's 'Satan' comment — Golden Globes

He previously won an Academy Award and Golden Globes Award in the supporting actor category for 2010's "The Fighter".

The Church of Satan continued by giving some more praise to Bale, calling his interpretation of Bruce Wayne/Batman in Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy the "best Batman ever". Bale denied the allegations at the time, describing the incident as "a deeply personal matter" and asking the media at a press conference to "respect my privacy in the matter".

The Independent newspaper report from July 2008 said Bale's mother, Jenny, and sister, Sharon, told police in London that he assaulted them at his suite in The Dorchester hotel.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney speaks at the Sunshine Summit opening dinner at Disney's Contemporary Resort on November 12, 2015 in Orlando, Fla.

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"Thank you to the geezer over there, Adam", Bale said, calling attention to the director of "Vice", Adam McCay. Hail Christian! Hail Satan!'

"She knows the dumb c**p that can come out of my life sometimes".

Bale also teased playing another polarizing figure in politics for his next role - "So Mitch McConnel next?", calling out the Kentucky senator.

Bale's winning speech was a source of confusion to many Americans who seemed to be unaware of the actor's British heritage. I can sink and ruin a perfectly good movie and so-so career in one speech.

It was Bale's fourth Globe nomination. Bale, 44, thanked McKay for casting him to play someone who was "absolutely charisma-free and reviled by everybody".

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