As if her year hasn’t been crummy enough, new rumors say Paula Deen’s husband may have been having a secret affair.
According to the National Enquirer, the disgraced TV chef, 66, confronted husband Michael Groover, 57, a tugboat captain, about his alleged infidelity, which he adamantly denied.
The source claimed, “He denied cheating, but she wasn't satisfied he was telling the truth… Finally, Michael got fed up and took off in a huff.” The insider added that Groover allegedly returned home, and swore his innocence and allegiance to Deen, but that Paula “isn't convinced he's being completely honest.”
Disgraced chef Paula Deen has stepped back into the spotlight for the first time since the racial slur scandal that caused her cooking empire to come crashing down.
The lawsuit that caused Paula Deen’s cooking empire to come crashing down has been dismissed.
A charge of racial discrimination against disgraced celebrity chef Paula Deen has been dropped. According to CNN, a federal judge called Deen’s former employee an “accidental” victim, at best, because she is white.cooking empire begin to crumble in June after Lisa Jackson accused her (and her brother Bubba Heir) of making racial slurs, sexual harassment and abusive treatment.
Beleaguered former Food Network star Paula Deen doesn’t think a spin on the “Dancing with the Stars” floor would be a good idea.
A source told UsWeekly.com that Deen, 66, declined an offer to compete on the ABC dance competition show, saying, "The dance floor is not the appropriate forum for her."
Another one bites the dust. In the wake of her racial slur scandal, disgraced celebrity chef Paula Deen has split with her longtime agent, Barry Weiner.People.com, "Paula Deen has separated from her agent. She and her family thank him for the tireless effort and dedication over the many years. Paula wishes him well in all future endeavors."
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway was on the red carpet at the 2013 BET Awards on Sunday and asked some of the attendees what they thought of the Paula Deen racial slur scandal.
Jamie Foxx replied, “If you take someone from the Deep South, and I'm from the South, sometimes you’ve got to understand where they come from -- not to say it's right.
Kevin Hart added, “I think she made a mistake. I definitely think there should be consequences. I think they were a little severe. Taking everything away from the woman was a bit much.”
TV cooking personality Paula Deen has lost two more sponsors in the wake of her racial slur scandal.