Celebrity chef Paula Deen has hired new lawyers from an internationally known firm to defend her in a well publicized employment discrimination lawsuit, according to court filings.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen, who lost book deals, contracts and her television cooking show on The Food Network after she admitted using a racial slur, is set to be a comic book star of female empowerment, a publisher said on Wednesday.
Letter to the editor
The controversy over Paula Deen is one that should cause us to consider one another for what we are — now — not what we were many years ago. I do not know Paula Deen and, to the best of my knowledge, have never used any of the items that I understand she sells.
Controversy from her past use of a racial epithet has not hampered ongoing museum efforts.
A New York man, formerly from Savannah, is accused of attempting to extort money from Paula Deen.
A New York man is accused of attempting to extort money from the embattled celebrity chef.
Jimmy Deen, of Albany, tells The Albany Herald the national media has begun to hound him and his family.
Albany native and celebrity chef Paula Deen is dropped by Walmart after controversy surrounding a past racial slur.
Smithfield Foods has dropped its association with the Albany native.
While an Albany group’s plans to build a Paula Deen Museum are no doubt low priority for the celebrity chef today as she goes into damage-control mode to try and keep her considerable empire from crumbling around her, the museum idea that generated so much excitement in this community has taken a damaging, if not mortal, hit.
Amidst a racial slur controversy, The Food Network will not renew Paula Deen’s contract when it expires this month.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen is being sued.
Paula Deen finally got her face on some butter, y'all!
There is a general concensus here — as is the case in most communities with self-image issues — that the people with the power to actually make significant changes are talkers more so than they are doers.
It’s hard to come up with a bigger name that has come out of Albany than the Southern belle of Food Network, Paula Deen.
Even with the emergence of a growing list of sports and entertainment celebrities from this region — baseball’s Buster Posey, country music’s Luke Bryan and Dallas Davidson, TV’s Phillip Phillips — there is arguably no local celebrity more, well, celebrated than Albany girl Paula Deen.