Shenae Grimes slams 90210 writers

By Tribute on May 28, 2012 | 2 Comments

Shenae Grimes may have spent three seasons playing good girl Annie Wilson on the CW-sudser 90210, but in real life, the actress is not happy with her character’s recent turn. At the CW upfronts in New York earlier this month, the Canadian starlet blasted her show’s writers for putting her naïve principal’s daughter in situations she felt were grossly out of character.  “It seemed really off-base that my character would even be behaving that way because she does come from a pretty solid family and there was never any mention of her reaching out to her parents at all for money or anything,” Grimes told US Weekly at the event. “They had a house in Beverly Hills, her mom’s living in Paris—it’s not like they’re broke. So I couldn’t really wrap my head around the thought process behind what was going on, so that made it difficult.” However, the Scream 4 star isn’t down on everyone behind the teen soap, praising her cast, including BFF Jessica Stroup for lifting her spirits and making her job easier. Grimes’ character flirted with the dark side in the show’s fourth season, graduating from high school only to become a prostitute, engage in a relationship with a 40-year-old man and seduce a priest. ~Kyle Sharp

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  1. mitch • May 28, 2012 @ 12:08 PM

    The new 90210=”Jump The Shark”

  2. anonymous2 • May 28, 2012 @ 3:30 PM

    Watch on the first episode of the new season Annie Wilson has a fatal accident.

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