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Paula Deen Blooper Reel Video Surprises Fans With Profanity-Laden Clips

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By Jim Gardner, Christian Post Contributor
September 25, 2012|1:39 pm

A Paula Deen blooper reel video has shocked fans of the celebrity cook, after the clips of her churning out profanity and acting out sexual innuendoes was revealed.

The clips were obtained by the New York Post and show the Food Network cook cursing in blooper reels, as well as performing a mock sex act on an item of food.

The Emmy award winning personality is more well known for her good natured and family image, but the clips of her have shocked some fans who have sounded off on social media networks.

"Cannot believe what I saw Paula Deen doing in that blooper," user "TJFensberg" posted online.

It has been reported that Deen's own camp put together the blooper reel video themselves, and had created it for a multi-city event called "Celebrity Chefs Tour."

However, the video was blocked before ever being shown publicly as it was deemed too "profane," according to the NY Post.

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The video has not been released in full now, but the NY Post has published the content in snippets within a full video report. It still shows enough to surprise some of her fans, although some have defended Deen saying that they are just outtakes and she looks to be making jokes and having fun more than anything more sinister.

Deen commenced her relationship with the Food Network in 1999 when she was introduced to Gordon Elliot through her friend Erin Lewis. She has gone on to appear on "Ready, Set, Cook!" as well as "Paul's Party" and "Paula's Best Dishes."

She has also appeared on "Top Chef" sitting on the judges' table on 2011, and she more recently joined "Master Chef" as a celebrity judge, making an appearance on July 17, 2012.

 

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