Teenage Mutant Ninja Trouble.
Jason Biggs provides a voice for Nickelodeon's upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, but not everyone's OK with the American Pie star being on a kids' network. The Media Research Center's Culture and Media Institute, a conservative, family organization, recently slammed the 34-year-old actor for his persistent "filthy and perverted tweets" that are "nowhere near kid-friendly or appropriate."
In a post, the MRC cites "graphic language" (when he retweeted a user saying "everyone needs to grow a f--kin sense of humor") and "perversion" (when he mocked Paris Hilton's antigay cab conversation and retweeted a tweet saying she could "[autograph] copies of her sex tape in an ejaculate soaked tank top."
The conservative organization, who quotes Ann Coulter on their homepage, also points out that Biggs is married to Jenny Mollen, who they describe as "a former Playboy playmate [who] famously hired a prostitute to share with Biggs."
Neither Biggs nor Nickelodeon immediately responded to requests for comment. Earlier this month, however, Nickelodeon released a statement to the Hollywood Reporter apologizing for Biggs' "vulgar" tweets (which have since been deleted) during the Republican National Convention.
Biggs voices Leonardo in the upcoming animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show. It premieres Sept. 29 on Nickelodeon.
(Originally published Sept. 27, 2012, at 11:19 a.m. PT)