Paula Deen: Sign this petition to help restore her contracts!

Paula Deen: Sign this petition to help restore her contracts!

    1. Tami Robb
    2. Petition by

      Tami Robb

      Ludington, MI

We have all made mistakes in the past, what I have seen before me is a beautiful, talented Chef who is being condemned for something done many years ago about a very tense situation. I am not saying what she said isn't wrong, but I would hate to be condemned the rest of my life for something I said when I was younger in hurt or anger. Please sign to let the networks know we want her back! And the media can stuff it!

Sign this petition to help restore her contracts!

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 25 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Sharon Latta ATHENS, GA
      • 12 months ago

      Paula Deen has the gift of pulling you in to her world. Not just by sharing her AWESOME recipes, but by sharing her family with us... She really does make you feel like you are just another member of her family and I can't get enough of her. I am sure if we were to research every member of the Food Network and other organizations that are severing ties with Paula Deen, we would find the same mistakes and some even worse ones. Since no one is taking the time to expose them, they are safe and retain their positions. Paula Deen has shown so much love for all of her fans so we owe her all of our love and support!!! Please please please bring her back to the Food Network because I am banning everyone in my house from watching that channel until she is brought back and I miss watching it so much!!! XOXOXO

    • amanda whittaker MARSHALL, MN
      • about 1 year ago

      You can not punish one person for something that long ago whenever there are stores (i.e. walmart) selling items consitently with the same content you are trying to destroy paula deen for. The only thing she is guilty of is making healthy food into something delicious and amazing. She is a staple in homes for cooking and youa re destroying her for your own selfish reasons.

    • Charles Dever BLOOMINGTON, IL
      • about 1 year ago

      She has admitted to her mistake and apoligized publicly. I don't think she should lose her career for it

    • Arlene Schultz FRUITPORT, MI
      • about 1 year ago

      Everybody makes mistakes and does stupid things. She should not be made a scapegoat.

    • Robert & Jan Ontolchik WESTLAKE, OH
      • about 1 year ago

      Paula Deen should not be judged by a remark she made describing a bank robbery where a gun was held to her head more than thirty years ago. We support Paula Deen as a person of integrity & high moral standards. We have never heard a defamatory word from her. She is a proud Southern womanwho employs people & tries to make our world a better place. This seems to be a personal attack by a disgruntled fired employee. Allowing this disgruntled employee to further her revenge on Paula Deen through the media & her business entities is beyond unfair.


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