High Society star Tinsley Mortimer denies a co-star's allegations that the show is a "docu-soap," and says if Jules Kirby is unhappy with the way she's portrayed on the CW series, it's her own fault.read more
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Mortimer also invites viewers to watch a video posted on TVGuide.com showing Kirby's raw interviews for the show, which she says prove Kirby wasn't misrepresented. Kirby is quoted on the show saying she uses the N-word and believes it's OK, that she only likes white men, and that her friends tend not to be gay, Jewish, or fat.
Watch our interview with Mortimer below:
Tinsley Mortimer, the star and executive producer of CW's High Society, says it's "ridiculous" for one of her co-stars to claim she was manipulated into making offensive comments about African-Americans, gays, Jews and overweight people on the show.
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One of the socialite stars of CW's High Society complained last week that she was the victim of unfair editing after the show's debut episode showed her saying she sometimes uses the N-word, only likes white guys, and tends not to have gay, fat, or Jewish friends.
Now you can decide if the show's producers treated her fairly: TVGuide.com has obtained exclusive interview footage for the show, in which Jules Kirby defends using the N-word ("if a guy can say 'whore,' then you should be able to say the N-word"), says fat people are "gross to me," and explains that when joking around, "I say some pretty terrible things about certain groups of people who aren't like myself."
"I'm not like exactly racist ...read more