On Thursday night’s “Late Show With David Letterman,” hilarious “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus confessed she had recently been banned from Facebook.
Why? Well, if you recall her April “Rolling Stone” cover featuring a barely covered Louis-Dreyfus with a tattoo of the Constitution, you may notice something not quite right.
“My husband Brad called me,” Louis-Dreyfus told Letterman, “and he was like, ‘flag on the play — John Hancock didn’t sign the Constitution.'”
Hancock signed the Declaration of Independence.
“Who cares what he signed!” Letterman laughed.
As a joke, Louis-Dreyfus gets the idea to put out a baby photo on Facebook that shows baby Julia with a John Hancock signature tattoo “as if I’ve always had it,” she explains to a hysterically laughing audience.
The photo was posted to Twitter and Facebook by Louis-Dreyfus.
“I try to get back on my Facebook and it’s like, ‘insensitive material! Inappropriate!’ They think I’m a pervert. It’s [a photo of me!]. I can’t get into my account.”
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