First, Cassandra Hilborn's current facebook photo.
Cassandra's lost weight. That happens when people get famous. They become conscious of how they photograph.
Given Cassandra's profound understanding of the quotes she posts to express her personality, I'll assume she knows who popularized the quote on her t-shirt, which says: "The heart wants what the heart wants."
Woody Allen was in a relationship with Mia Farrow. Mia had a bunch of adopted kids, and after the Woody/Mia thing blew up, Woody explained that they were adopted kids, not real family (he really said that).
Woody also had a bio kid with Mia Farrow, named Satchel (now Ronan Farrow). He adopted two of her other kids - Moses and Dylan.
One day Mia found a bunch of medical-shot calibre photos of her 'adopted' daughter Soon Yi, taken by Woody, and learned they were having an affair.
Concurrently, little Dylan said Woody had molested her.
A lot of Woody defenders think the Dylan accusation was just scorned woman stuff, but the girl is now an adult and hates him, his bio son hates him, and I, personally, think that a guy who thought he could just linger, lurk and hang out at his own kids' grade schools on the upper east side til admin kicked him out has left himself open to suspicion that he's capable of things.
Which is not factoring in that when she was a little girl, prior to the scandal, Woody Allen never let Dylan's feet touch the ground, he carried her everywhere and she always had to sit in his lap. She looked miserable.
When the affair was discovered Woody said the heart wants what the heart wants. He put that quote into the lexicon.
What his heart wanted was to fuck his girlfriend's daughter in secret while continuing a relationship with his girlfriend and being father to three of her kids.
He said a lot about how it wasn't a real family so he didn't really break one up, even though his eldest 'son', Moses, disagreed with his views quite vocally and the other two kids of 'his' grew up to disagree even more.
Mia's other two adult girls - Soon Yi contemporaries - said Woody had made overtures to them before finding a more responsive target in Soon Yi.
When Allen married Soon Yi he adopted two daughters - privately, it is presumed, as one hopes no agency gave him the green light. Based on his logic, we can also presume he doesn't consider them "real daughters", so if they're lucky they're growing up stronger than he is and can kick his ass. Plus Soon Yi looks hard ass herself.
This is him with "daughter"* Bechet some years back.
And both 'daughters":
So the "heart wants what the heart wants" was the justification of an old perv for degenerate, destructive behavior.
Or, as Cass would spin it, it expresses the extravagant romanticism with a streak of rebellion that both she and Woody share, charismatic attributes not found in every dental hygienist in Ontario, I'll bet.
Her presentation of herself is pretty theatrical for someone we're meant to believe is simply a young woman dating an available single guy. She postures as a defiant heroine flipping the bird to critics and naysayers.
How is that part of the narrative she's supposed to be selling? Two nice young single people get together and start a relationship. There's nothing epic there.
She seems to be double messaging. Her tone would be more apt for a woman who actually WAS fucking a married man with a child, and telling us all to get bent because the "heart wants what the heart wants". The slogan of homewreckers everywhere. That's a homewrecker quote.
Otherwise it's misplaced histrionics because exactly what obstacles or opposition would a single 24 year old from Ontario face when she dates a single 25 year old from Ontario.
Nada. But Scott's fake gfs do tend to try to feed their ego and piggyback their vanity onto the platform of being his 'gf', and I guess just being a 'gf' isn't a big enough role for them to play.
So are the basics all too pedestrian for Cass? Is she hoping to push the boundaries and lead people to believe she actually is dating the married dad, Scott Moir? Otherwise her posturing is a little illogical.
She's such a student of literature and music, right? She finds that she herself amazingly personifies the subjects of many song lyrics and the character of some of the literary world's most notable personalities.
Boy, Scott Moir is just batting 1,000 in the entire "daughter" area, considering the shirt his social media girlfriend is wearing and the sordid origin of its displayed quote. At this rate, Scott may as well cut to the chase and hire Piper Gilles as his gf.