Thursday, June 20, 2013

Paula Deen Racist Transcript Surfaces

Shocking testimony from Paula Deen's sexual harassment case surface online.
When Paula Deen was asked, under oath, if she has ever used the N-word -- she responded, "Yes, of course" ... and the shocking admission was all captured on tape.
Deen was being deposed in connection with a pending sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former employee who claims she was subjected to a barrage of racist, sexist and generally inappropriate comments while she worked at Paula's Oyster House restaurant in Georgia.
Here are the highlights from the jaw-dropping depo:
Lawyer: Have you ever used the N-word yourself?
Paula: Yes, of course.
Lawyer: Okay. In what context?
Paula: Well, it was probably when a black man burst into the bank that I was working at and put a gun to my head.
Sidenote -- Paula was held up at gunpoint during a bank robbery in 1986.
Lawyer: Okay. And what did you say?
Paula: Well, I don't remember, but the gun was dancing all around my temple ... I didn't -- I didn't feel real favorable towards him.
Lawyer: Okay. Well, did you use the N-word to him as he pointed a gun in your head at your face? Paula: Absolutely not.
Lawyer: Well, then, when did you use it?
Paula: Probably in telling my husband.
Lawyer: Okay. Have you used it since then?
Paula: I'm sure I have, but it's been a very long time.
Lawyer: Can you remember the context in which you have used the N-word?
Paula: No.
Lawyer: Has it occurred with sufficient frequency that you cannot recall all of the various context in which you've used it?
Paula: No, no.
Lawyer: Well, then tell me the other context in which you've used the N-word?
Paula: I don't know, maybe in repeating something that was said to me.
Lawyer: Like a joke?
Paula: No, probably a conversation between blacks. I don't -- I don't know. But that's just not a word that we use as time has gone on. Things have changed since the '60s in the south. And my children and my brother object to that word being used in any cruel or mean behavior. As well as I do.
Jacked from TMZ


Anonymous said...

I didn't have to read this to know she was no good.

Anonymous said...

a lot of people feel this way, but because it's no longer socially acceptable they keep it to themselves :/ so sad. I wish all people would realize the human struggle is real and we're all in it together. No need to make someone Else's struggle harder based on the color of their skin. It's only a color, it has no bearing on a person's character.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad Food Network pulled her racist ass off the air. The only reason she's sorry now is because it hit her fat ass in the pocketbook.

Anonymous said...

This old white racist bitch's neck is wrinkled more than one of those turkeys she cooks up in a pot.

nba is fixed said...

I wish I was this clever:

several blogs have stated the following:

1. Paula Deen favorite desert is ku klux klondike bars

2. Paula loves to serve back of the bus buscuits

3. Paula Deen's main course is jim crow crawfish

4. Paula Deen's side dish is lynching lima beans

She needs her ass beat said...

This ole southern wench IS NOT SORRY, she's only sorry she was exposed for the racist she is. She's probably some where pissed, saying those damn niggers are too fuckin sensitive!!! Folks like her and her klu klux clan family don't change. Her great grandparents owned slaves mostly women and they say that's where she got a lot of her recipes. We all should've seen this shit coming. And her brother bubba just needs to be who he is and put his KKK attire on. Having black folks work in the back of his restaurant, whitey in front and so on and so forth.

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