VIDEO: Megyn Kelly challenges actress over threats: ‘Why don’t you come and f*** me up?’

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Megyn Kelly on Friday challenged actress Charlize Theron – who portrayed her in the 2019 film Bombshell – to ‘come and f*** me up’, after Theron vowed to attack anyone who had issues with drag queens.

Theron, whose adopted seven-year-old son Jackson identifies as female, on May 7 addressed a ‘Drag Isn’t Dangerous’ telethon to lobby against the mass of legislation currently being debated statewide to curtail trans rights.

Theron said she would ‘f*** up’ anyone who is ‘trying to f*** with you guys’.

On Friday, Kelly responded with a challenge.

“Why doesn’t Charlize Theron come and f*** me up?” she asked.

“I’m 100 percent against her on this,’ Kelly continued. “Yes, there are fun drag queen shows – I’ve been to them. When we lived in Chicago I went to one and it was super fun. It was all adults.

“But there are drag queen shows out there right now that are deeply disturbing, and they are happening in front of young children.”

Kelly said that could “include the grooming of young children,” adding, “Even she should be against this, trans kid or not.”

“If you introduce sexual behavior to children too young, it gets them used to it,” Kelly said later.

“You don’t know who’s in that child’s life. The child’s defenses are now down, because you put them down.

“So it is a problem, Charlize.”

WATCH: Actress threatens to ‘f— up’ conservatives worried about drag queens sexualizing children

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