Tyson Ritter suggested he put his fingers in Megan Fox's mouth while filming "Johnny & Clyde."
The actor-and-singer claimed that Fox's fiancé Machine Gun Kelly "went ballistic" at the idea.
Ritter said Kelly's reaction inspired his performance in the 2022 movie "Prisoner's Daughter."
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly have always been open about the intensity of their relationship — like when Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, admitted to wearing a vial of Fox's blood in a necklace.
But according to The All-American Rejects singer Tyson Ritter, it doesn't just stop there.
Ritter recalled working with Fox on the 2023 movie "Johnny & Clyde" while appearing on the "Tuna on Toast with Stryker" podcast Monday, and shared an anecdote about Fox and Kelly.
The actor-and-singer said that he suggested to Fox that he put his fingers in her mouth in one scene as a way of getting revenge on her character, but Kelly didn't react well to the idea.
"I go over to Megan's trailer because, in the film, there's a scene she basically teases me, putting my fingers in her mouth. She's like a villain. I'm like her henchman," he said.
"So I go over there and there's her man in there with her, this Colson guy, who you know as Machine Gun Kelly. Yes, I call him Pistol Pete."
Ritter said the act of putting his fingers in Fox's mouth would be a "sort of resolution to my character getting his revenge," however, he claimed that Kelly got angry at the suggestion.
"Colson like, just goes from zero to like, awesome, like, rage, and awesome, super angry," said Ritter. "He was super bummed about me asking if I could put my fingers in Megan Fox's mouth. I knew she was right there and he just went ballistic."
"He was fully unhinged and I was just like, 'OK, man, I'm just gonna receive you.' Because obviously it wasn't gonna be anything crazy," Ritter continued.
The actor went on to say that the alleged incident inspired his performance in the 2022 movie "Prisoner's Daughter," in which he starred opposite "Succession" star Brian Cox.
"It was the greatest gift," he said, adding: "I was like, 'This is really confrontational, but also thank you, dude.' There's a little bit of Pistol Pete in my role for 'Prisoner's Daughter.'"
Representatives for neither Kelly nor Fox immediately responded to requests for comment.
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