Val Kilmer wants a B-and-B; his neighbors want an apology
The "MacGruber" and "Tombstone" star has a 6,000-acre ranch near Santa Fe and has lived in the Land of Enchantment for more than two decades, but he's had some unkind things to say about the state -- and about veterans -- in published articles earlier this decade. Because of those quotes -- Kilmer insists he was misquoted -- several neighbors have protested his application to operate a bed-and-breakfast on his property.
The people objecting to his planning commission application say they'll drop their objections if he says he's sorry. "That's all he has to do, come and apologize," neighbor Jose Garcia tells The Wall Street Journal. "We're not intimidated by him."