Grace Dunham Hides Conspicuously in Bushwick After Responding to Media About Her Sister’s Sexual Abuse

November 4, 2014 4 8662 Celebrity Infiltration, News

Lena “Sexual Predator” Dunham may be hanging up her molestation hat for the time being after someone actually read her book and discerned that she openly admits to having engaged in, to say the least, inappropriate behavior with her younger sister, Grace Dunham. After grudgingly responding to the media frenzy about her sister’s shocking and a little bit too comfortable admission, Grace has fled to a private room at Bushwick’s boutique hotel within a boutique hotel, La Bouche, which opened ahead of its scheduled launch date just to accommodate the “poet/actress.”

Looking less than into her sister, Lena

Looking less than into her sister, Lena

Grace, who usually doesn’t have trouble keeping a low profile in spite of being somewhat more visually appealing than Lena, has attracted a paparazzi frenzy (mainly from Bushwick Daily) outside of the hotel near Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues. While she was staying in the “Writer’s Room” (before they transferred her to the “Socialite Room”), which features a typewriter bed frame, The Burning Bush just happened to encounter her in the hotel bar, where she started talking without us asking. Among other statements, Grace said, “Being rich is complicated. There is no ‘normal’ childhood for people like me. Do I hate my sister. Yes? But do I also love her? Yes.”

Grace's "incognito Bushwick" outfit

Grace’s “incognito Bushwick” outfit

Considering how much scandal Dunham has been causing within the Bushwick realm lately, it’s almost as though the neighborhood has reached its fill of this head case’s friend and family drama. Between Zosia Mamet fleeing Bushwick because she was too good for it and one of her fellow Girls cast members’ sister dating a Bushwick resident, The Burning Bush thinks it’s safe to say that it’s time for Dunham to go back to tormenting Greenpoint. What the area lacks in Bushwick’s lesbian-friendliness, it makes up for in sexual predator tolerance.

Written by Genna Rivieccio