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I’m sure Paula Deen was counting on a scandal-free 2014, but she can kiss that pipe dream goodbye.
The restaurant at the center of the racism and sexual harassment lawsuit brought against her last year by a former employee and ended up leveling her cooking empire, abruptly shut down Thursday.
Paula Deen is speaking out for the first time since the 2013 discrimination lawsuit that brought down her cooking empire.
Speaking with PEOPLE exclusively, the 67-year-old southern chef is ready to rebuild, but knows there are still hurdles to jump.
“I’m fighting to get my name back,” she told the mag.
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Not Paula Deen, ya’ll.
Paula Deen can officially breathe a sigh of relief.
A federal judge has approved the deal dismissing the lawsuit against the celeb chef, according to court docs filed Monday.
As originally reported by Celebuzz, the remaining charges in the civil case against the silver haired chef were dismissed last Friday in Georgia…
On Friday, Deen’s legal team filed a motion for issuance of juror questionnaires, according to court papers obtained by Celebuzz.
Things aren’t all gloom and doom for Paula Deen.
In a world where everyone is turning their backs on the disgraced celeb chef, she’s got a friend in employee Ineata Jones, who’s shooting down a report that she was asked to wear an Aunt Jemima costume at work.
Dora Charles, a…
The Backdoor Teen Mom who sold her sex tape to Vivid Entertainment for $1.5 million is reportedly still bringing home the bacon. Huffington Post has the details on the 22-year old’s ever-growing fortune.
The Duchess of Cambridge is keeping tradition alive by…
Fans of Paula Deen’s are organizing. Using the name Butter for Paula, a group is encouraging the TV chef’s fans to mail butter wrappers to the companies that dropped her after Deen admit to having used the n-word during a deposition. The Butter for Paula website claims “a company without Paula is like a wrapper…
In court docs obtained by Celebuzz, the Savannah, Georgia law firm of Oliver Maner has stepped down as the former Food Network star’s legal representative and…