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Let me say right up front that I don't know all the ins and outs of the recent Paula Deen scandal. I've read bits and pieces, watched snippets of the problem on TV and the Internet, and heard varying radio accounts of the Paula Deen issue. For someone who reads, watches and listens to a lot of news, the entire situation seems somewhat convoluted and confusing.
From what I've gathered, Deen, who owns Deen's Lady & Sons and Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House (along with her brother) — both in Savannah, Ga., is being accused of numerous acts of violence, discrimination and racism toward a former restaurant manager, Lisa T. Jackson. Jackson is suing Deen and her brother for sexual and racial harassment.
I read a bit of the transcript from Deen's deposition where she admitted to using the "N word" many, many years ago, testifying she uttered the racial slur "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."
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