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Source: Pacific Press / Contributor

Roseanne Barr Breaks Down In Tears During First Interview Since Her Twitter Scandal

By Mark LoProto

It’s difficult to feel bad for someone who has proven to be a crass and hateful person, but that didn't stop Roseanne Barr from going for the sympathy vote during a podcast interview with friend Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. The interview focused on “Repentance, Jewish Values, and the Pain We Cause Others.”

The interview was Barr's first since her newly revived sitcom, Roseanne, was canceled in response to the public outcry over a racist tweet she made regarding former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. During the interview, Barr claimed regret.