Paula Deen, the queen of butter, was diagnosed with diabetes several years ago, but she waited to go public with it-after lining up a lucrative drug endorsement deal.
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Even before Friday’s announcement, several big Food Network advertisers had already begun sharpening their knives. A rep for Home Depot insisted they do not advertise specifically on Paula Deen’s programs, informing us just before news broke of her contract ending that they “are not a sponsor of the Paula Deen show or any of her other properties, but have asked the Food Network to ensure (their) ads do not run alongside her show. “
Food Network star Paula Deen seemed close to tears in a televised apology on Friday. A transcript surfaced earlier this week of Deen seemingly nonchalantly describing different racist jokes she'd told and her penchant for saying the n-word.