Patricia Heaton has a net worth of $40 million. So, she can go all Marie Antoinette on all college students -- "let them wear condoms." Of course her stupid ass wouldn't know that condoms have nothing to do with the hormone estrogen or progesterone.
In the wake of Rush Limbaugh losing the majority of his advertising partners for comments relating to Sandra Fluke and the requirement that birth control be covered in all health insurance packages, Patricia Heaton has come under fire for her incendiary remarks.
Heaton, who many remember from Everybody Loves Raymond, apologized for a series of tweets that she posted criticizing Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke after Fluke testified before Congress in favor of government sponsored birth control.
Patricia Heaton, is being sued by a former personal assistant, Jennifer Lee, who claims the actress fired her and then stiffed her for good measure. She worked for Patricia from August 2007 to March 2009, earning $770 a week...Lee says friction developed after she asked about her unpaid wages -- when Patricia said Lee's child was "becoming a problem" because of the work schedule. Lee says Patricia was unsympathetic, firing her and saying "things might have been different" if Lee didn't have a child.
"Hey G-Town Gal: Plz let us also pay for your Starbucks, movie theater tickets and your favorite hot wings combo deal at KFC! Anything else?"
"Hey G-Town Gal: If your parents have to pay for your birth control, maybe they should get a say in who you sleep with! Instant birth control!"
"If every Tweaton sent Georgetown Gal one condom, her parents wouldn’t have to cancel basic cable, & she would never reproduce - sound good?"
The actress took home an estimated $9 million for the ninth and final season of Everybody Loves Raymond.
Heaton deleted the offensive tweets after many fans responded negatively, and she has now apologized for her comments. She tweeted Saturday, “Mea culpa Sandra! Wasn’t being respectful 2 u re my tweets as I hope people wd b w/me. Don’t like you being dissed -so sorry.”
Rush Limbaugh also apologized for his remarks after numerous advertisers back out of his radio show. (http://www.zimbio.com/Patricia+Heaton/articles/GFss4A06DZw/Patricia+Heaton+Apologizes+Anti+Sarah+Fluk)