“Grey’s Anatomy” star Isaiah Washington is re-revealing his years-old feud with former co-star Catherine Ziggle.
The two appeared in a medical drama together during their opening season. Taking to Twitter on Monday, Washington recalled a time in which he allegedly stated that Washington should not speak in public.
“This woman once announced that I should never be allowed to speak again in public. The world agreed again with her announcement and protested for my job and my head in 65 languages. I wish I was on Twitter in 2007, because I. Never stop using my free speech, “Washington tweeted with a photo of Heigl.
It is unclear what Washington said about Heigl.
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In another tweet, Washington clapped at a follower who defended Heigl. He said that Hegel was not defending his gay friend, and dragging actress Chandra Wilson into the play, he wrote “he knows about it too.”
When a follower asked Washington why he was bringing the play back after 10 years, She wrote, “Because it’s TRUTH. End.”
Meanwhile, a source close to Heagle told Fox News, “Catherine stood up for her close friend twice when Isaiah threw her out in public and called her f —–. This was hateful.” Is, not free speech. She is proud that she stood up. For her. Catherine is and always will be an advocate and ally of the LGBTQ community. “
The former co-star feud dates back to 2007, when Heigl claimed that Washington committed an anti-gay slaying on set against “Grey’s Anatomy” star TR Knight.
Dr. on ABC drama Heigel, known for his role as Easy Stevens, said the abuses “made him furious and frustrated.” He claimed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that Washington apologized to him on set over the quarrel.
“Isaiah thanked me, which I didn’t understand,” he told the outlet. “He was almost grateful. I don’t know Isaiah well, but he takes his work seriously and he loves his character.”
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Washington reportedly refused to make the slur at the Golden Globe Awards that same year.
Washington opted out of the show after season 3 following the accusations. Speaking about his departure on the Fox Nation series “Isaiah Washington: Kitchen Talk” in July, he explained why he decided to publicly apologize for the incident.
“The story was a lie and a mistake. But as a father, a family boy, I felt that I was helping the family,” Washington said.
He also said that he would never apologize for it.
“So I will never apologize again,” Washington said. “That’s why Trump doesn’t apologize, because when you apologize for something, it’s considered wrong – doing something wrong. I didn’t do anything wrong.”
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Meanwhile, Hegel had her final appearance on the show in January 2010, two years after she was allegedly feather-cut to draw her name over the controversy. She later told radio icon Howard Stern that she did not take her name, and instead did not represent herself for the first time because she was not proud of her performance. She claimed that it had to do with her lack of “emotional content” for her character.
In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Schragner Krita Wernoff recalled that the script had to be rewritten after Hegel did not appear after the farewell episode.
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“All I know is that the night before one thing is about to start shooting that focuses entirely on one character and at the completion of her story arc, I got a phone call that she wasn’t going to do it. TV That’s what it is to be a writer and producer. So, yes, do I want me to go back and do that differently? Sure, “Wernoff told the outlet.
However, a source close to Hegel denied Vernoff’s claim, calling it untrue.
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“Grey’s Anatomy” is currently in its 17th season, and its recent premiere episode shocked fans with the return of Dr. Derek Shepherd, played by Patrick Dempsey.
Reps for Hegel, Washington and Wilson did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.