Paula Deen Canned For Using N-Word After a Bank Robber Held a Gun to Her Head in 1986

Have you now or ever used the n-word?

Popular chef Paula Deen issued an apology today for her use of the N-Word and asked for forgiveness.

Deen acknowledged using the “N word” years ago once after she was held at gun point during a bank robbery in 1986 and a couple of times since then.

Later today Paula Deen was canned from the Food Channel.
CNN reported:

The language in question was revealed recently as part of a deposition of Deen by Jackson’s lawyers in May.

Jackson lawyer: “Miss Deen, have you told racial jokes?”

Deen: “No, not racial.”

Jackson lawyer: “Have you ever used the ‘N word’ yourself?”

Deen: “Yes, of course.”

Deen testified that she probably used the racial slur when talking to her husband about “when a black man burst into the bank that I was working at and put a gun to my head.”

“I didn’t feel real favorable towards him,” she said, referring to the robber.

Jackson lawyer: “Have you used it since then?”

Deen: “I’m sure I have, but it’s been a very long time.”

That punishment seems a bit harsh.
Have the lib media linked her to the Republican Party yet?

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