The woman who filed the harassment suit against Paula Deen released a statement explaining that the suit "has never been about the N-word."CNN. "It is to address Ms. Deen's patterns of disrespect and degradation of people that she deems to be inferior."Deadline reports. In the ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts noted that in order for a person to sue, they must have "suffered a concrete and particularized injury that is fairly traceable to the challenged conduct." Deen's camp has interpreted this to mean that since Jackson is white, she doesn't have standing to sue since she didn't suffer personally from the chef's racial discrimination.Since Deen's deposition leaked, the chef has lost multiple endorsements, her Food Network show and a book deal. Look at a timeline of her downfall here.
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