Expelled “Mandalorian” star says Disney “bullied her”


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Former “Mandalorian” actress Gina Carano said that she and others who have not been named have been “bullied” and “headhunted” by Disney after backlash over her controversial social media posts. In an interview for her first session since the controversy began, Carano assured conservative commentator Ben Shapiro that she had done nothing wrong after losing her role on Disney +. “I was ready at any time to give up, because on Sunday’s edition of the Ben Shapiro Show, I said it happens to a lot of people.” “I saw the looks on their faces. I saw the bullying going on, and so when this started, they pointed their guns at you, and you know it was only a matter of time. … they are what made it very clear through their employees who were coming for me, and so I was like , “I’ll go swing, and stay true to myself.” USA TODAY reached out to Disney, Lucasfilm, and Carano for comment. The Daily Wire, co-founder of Shapiro, announced earlier this month that Carano will partner with the news site to produce and stage an upcoming movie. “This is just the beginning,” Carano wrote on Twitter at the time. Welcome to the rebellion. “My body is still shivering. It’s devastating,” she said to Shapiro on Sunday, “but thinking about this to anyone else, especially someone who can’t handle this the way I can, no, they can’t do it. They don’t have to make people feel that.” … if you veered, it would make it convenient for these companies, which have a history of lying, to lie and do this to other people … and I wouldn’t go without a fight. ”On February 10, Carano received an online backlash for sharing a series of posts and notes The scathing on social media mentions Geoffrey Epstein and comparing conservatives in the United States to victims of the Holocaust. And Lucas Film later confirmed to USA TODAY that Carano would no longer star in “The Mandalorian”. In her Sunday appearance on Shapiro’s podcast, Carano said she didn’t feel the post was controversial and that the message was about bringing people together. “I have every big print that says she compares conservatives and Republicans to this and that’s not really saying“ what I’ve been doing. ”“ I have a love for everyone. I’m not a hated person. ”“ Saturday Night Live ”touched upon Carano’s controversy in his February 20 show: Cecilie Strong played Carano on a talk show hosted by Britney Spears (Chloe Feynman) in any famous faces including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo offered public apologies.Carano Strong was lacking remorse: “Look, I wouldn’t have made this Nazi comparison if I knew everyone would be like a Nazi about it,” she said. Contribution: Brian Truett and Charles Trippani, UEx star – ‘Mandalorian’ Jenna Carano Collaborates With The Daily Wire: ‘They Can’t Cancel Us If We Don’t Let Them More’ SNL: Britney Spears Skewers Ted Cruz On Cancun Vacation Amidst Winter Storm Crisis In Texas


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