AIDS-infected psycho Andrew cozied up to the Friends star at a Hollywood dinner party — and discussed his ambition to become an actor. He even posed for a photo with her!
“Lisa told me, ‘This guy really gave me the creeps! He cornered me and wouldn’t go away! He was this intense, strange person who wouldn’t leave me alone!’” said a friend of the now-54-year-old blond beauty.
The news is a shocking wrinkle to the story of Gianni’s murder — and one you won’t see portrayed on the hit FX TV show The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.
The bloodthirsty creep murdered four men in three states before shocking the world by gunning down the internationally renowned designer in cold blood in front of his Miami Beach mansion on July 15, 1997.
Kudrow's memories of meeting the soon-to-be infamous killer at the April 1997 dinner party are still vivid — and stomach-turning.
“He had this wild look in his eyes, and he kept talking and talking — about HIMSELF!” the actress told her pal. “He told me what a great actor he would be and he dropped name after name. I was SO uncomfortable.
“I was trying to think of anything to say to get away from him. And when no one came over to rescue me, I decided to say I had to go to the bathroom — just so I had a reason to get up and get out of there.”
Writer/director Todd Haynes remembers being a guest at the dinner party.
Cunanan flashed an expensive Rolex watch when he arrived with boyfriend David Madson — who would tragically become his second murder victim! David snapped the photo of Cunanan and Lisa. According to police, the photo was missing when David’s body was discovered.
“Lisa was sitting, drinking a glass of wine and nibbling on a salad,” Todd recalled.
“Cunanan immediately focused on her, sat by her side and wouldn’t leave!
“The more she tried to get away, the more irritated he would become. When she finally walked away, he looked furious!”
Cunanan then bragged about how much money he had and said he would fly everyone, including Lisa, to Mexico for the weekend, according to Todd. “The hostess later said to me, ‘You have to understand, Andrew is a little nuts.'"
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