Roseanne Barr: Hollywood Sexism Based In ‘Sado-Spiritual NecroPedoism’

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Roseanne Barr, who accused Louis C.K. of exposing himself in front of female comedians as far back as 2015, weighed in on sexism in Hollywood on Saturday afternoon, calling it “sado-spiritual necroPedoism” on Twitter.

Barr tweeted late Saturday afternoon to give her thoughts on the recent scandals in Hollywood. As Department of Memes covered days before the accusations against C.K. broke, Barr went on the record during an interview with The Daily Beast to accuse C.K. of corning women and asking to masturbate in front of them.

In her series of Tweets, Barr claimed that C.K. only came forward and apologized for exposing himself because there were multiple accusers.

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Barr then set the tone for her the rest of her tweets by saying she believed the “sexism” in Hollywood to be “based in anti-semitic sado-spiritual necroPedoism.”

The comedian famously accused C.K. of this behavior in 2015, and today claimed that if C.K. had come forward in 2015, he would have already been forgiven. She also questioned the sincerity of his apology letter.

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In one of her tweets, Barr noted that she has been given “carte blanche” to speak her mind on Twitter and elsewhere. Barr’s television show “Roseanne” is set to return to ABC in 2018, after it left the air in 1997.

A vocal Trump supporter, many were curious if Barr’s political views would be used against her by ABC, as is suspected to be the case with the cancellation of Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing.” Allen famously told Fox News that there was “nothing more dangerous than a likable conservative character.”

 

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