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Topic - Eva Hoeke
The editor of a Dutch fashion magazine has been fired after the publication used a racial slur to refer to Barbados-born Rihanna, setting off a social media furor and prompting an outraged response from the singer.
The Academy Award statuette that Orson Welles won for the original screenplay of "Citizen Kane" was auctioned for more than $861,000 Tuesday in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reports.
Eva Hoeke, editor of Jackie, and the magazine's publisher said in a joint statement on Facebook that the misuse of a racial slur - "although without malicious intentions" - was cause for Ms. Hoeke's departure after eight years on the job.
Hoeke said at first that her use of the term was meant as a joke.