Paula Deen acknowledged using the N-word during a videotaped deposition last month - but that's not the only eyebrow-raising admission from the celebrity cook.
According to The Daily Beast, Deen also said during the deposition that she wasn't bothered by the fact that her brother watched pornography at work and showed it to other co-workers, and stated that she and her husband taught their children that it was only OK to use the N-word in a joke, or when repeating something that a black person had said.
When recalling that she once had to fire a female manager after discovering that she had had sexual relationships with underage servers, Deen referred to the employee as "a piece of p---y," the Daily Beast reports.
And in regards to the now-infamous "Southern plantation"-themed reception she wanted to plan for her brother's wedding, Deen explained: "What I would really like is a bunch of little n----rs to wear long-sleeve white shirts, black shorts, and black bow-ties. You know in the Shirley Temple days, they used to tap dance around."
Read more of Deen's testimony here. What do you think of her admissions?
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