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Topic - Bobby Deen
Paula Deen, the celebrity chef who's fending off a public relations disaster that finds her guilty of racism, now has a couple staunch defenders coming forward — her two sons.
"Neither one of our parents ever taught us to be bigoted toward any other person for any reason," said Bobby Deen, in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo. "Our mother is one of the most compassionate, good-hearted, empathetic people that you'd ever meet. These accusations are hurtful to her, and it's very sad."