Barr: #MeToo attack victims – they’re hoes
COMEDY legend Roseanne Barr has launched an attack on the #MeToo movement.
Barr, 66 ( above), who was fired from ABC’s Roseanne for a racist tweet in May last year, sat down with far-right commentator Candace Owens for an interview published on Sunday.
“They were there in the room because they thought they were going to get a job 15 years ago. Cuz they’re hoes,” Barr told Owens as they discussed their views on the #MeToo movement.
Barr said some of the women who were in men’s hotel rooms at 3am are “pretending that they didn’t go to trade sexual favours for money”.
#MeToo was founded in 2006 by activist Tarana Burke, who started using the term to raise awareness of sexual abuse and assault.
It became a broader movement in 2017 when allegations ranging from rape to sexual harassment came out against film boss Harvey Weinstein. BRICKLEHAMPTON is the longest place name in the UK with no repeated letters. MULLING IT OVER: Lisa has had big offers CHILD star Dana started appearing in TV adverts from an early age, but there was one role that really defined her.
She starred as Kimberley Drummond in the legendary U.S. sitcom and stayed there for six years.
After leaving the show, she invested in a boob job and appeared in several soft-core adult flicks like during which she declared she was a lesbian – only to change her mind later.
Sadly, she died in 1999 aged just 34.