Ariel castro jokes

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Queen of tasteless jokes Joan Rivers has outdone herself, comparing accommodations in her daughter's guest room to those the Cleveland women kidnapped by Ariel Castro experienced when they were held captive and raped for 10 years. Rivers' remarks on the "Today" show on April 22 , that "those women in the basement in Cleveland had more space" than when she was staying with her daughter, have unsurprisingly offended the kidnapped victims Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, whose lawyers want an apology from the year-old "Fashion Police" co-host. I know what those girls went through. It was a little, stupid joke," she said in an interview with local Cleveland paper The Plain Dealer. I made a joke.

Joan Rivers Won't Apologize For Joke About Ariel Castro Victims

Joan Rivers Refuses to Apologize for Joke About Kidnapped Women

The year-old compared her living arrangements with her daughter to the confinement of the three women held by Ariel Castro in Cleveland. Michelle Knight, Gina DeJesus and Amanda Berry escaped from his basement last year after 10 years of rape, starvation and emotional and physical abuse. Castro was sentenced to life, plus 1, years in prison, where he later hung himself. They now have to endure this, which is a new low, and we believe a sincere apology is warranted. But Rivers maintains that she was completely within her rights as a comedienne to fire off jokes about the women who have recently undergone such extreme abuse. It was a little, stupid joke. There is nothing to apologise for.

Cleveland Website Mocks Ariel Castro Kidnap Victims In Bizarre Christmas Facebook Post

Joan Rivers continues to joke about the three Cleveland women held captive for a decade by Ariel Castro. She told one television show that they "lived rent free for a decade. The Associated Press.
After the comment, social media lit up with backlash and outrage. But the year-old comedian has refused to apologize for her remarks. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now. Please enter a valid email address. Please attempt to sign up again.