Gina Carano, former star of The mandalorian, has said that an email that Disney accidentally sent him let him know that his behavior was being monitored.
The MMA fighter and actress revealed that an email showing that Disney employees were following the #FireGinaCarano movement told her everything she needed to know about her future on the show, which is a joint production of Disney + and Star Wars Lucasfilm studio.
Carano said The Ben Shapiro Show yesterday (Feb 21): “I was accidentally emailed, which was very enlightening, so I knew. He knew they were paying attention. I know there were some people who came to hit for me, but I know they didn’t win in the end. “
The actress, who was fired from the show this month after posting an Instagram story comparing being a Republican in America’s current political climate to being Jewish during the Holocaust, went on to claim that Disney picks its favorites based on their loyalties. policies.
“They’ve been on top of me and they’ve been staring at me like a hawk, and I’m watching people in the same production and they can say whatever they want, and that’s where I had a problem. I had a problem because I didn’t agree with the narrative, ”he said.
Carono also told Shapiro that his Instagram post was misinterpreted, saying that it was “inspired by the Gentile spirit of the Jewish people who went through that time.”
“When I published that it was not something that I found controversial. It was something that I thought, well, maybe we should all wonder how that happened. “
She added: “I have each and every one of the big publications saying that they are comparing conservatives and Republicans to this and that is not really what I was doing… I have love for everyone; I’m not a hateful person. “
Carono played bounty hunter Cara Dune in the first two seasons of the hit Disney + show before being fired. But he revealed that he learned of his firing on social media, not from a direct message.
“What I found out was that I searched the Internet, and you know, you check your Twitter and I’m trending and the hashtag ‘fire Gina Carano’ worked.”
Despite the incident, Carano added to Shapiro that he does not regret his comments.
“I was prepared at any moment to be let go, because I have seen this happen to many people. I have seen the expression on their faces. I’ve seen the harassment take place, so when it started, they pointed their guns at you and you know it’s only a matter of time. I’ve seen it happen to so many people, and I thought to myself … ‘You’re coming for me, I know you are.’
“They’re making it very obvious through their employees that they were coming after me, so I was like, ‘I’m going to fall down and I’m going to stay true to myself.
In other news, Carano recently alleged that his press for The mandalorian The second season was pulled after she refused to publish a written apology in the studio after she poked fun at transgender people.