Fired Grey's Anatomy star Isaiah Washington wasn't kidding when he told reporters last week that he was mad as hell and not going to take it. In a new interview, he speaks out about his believed "unfair treatment." Check the highlights from this low-life:
- "They fired the wrong guy. I have to clear my name. I'll start from the beginning. I'm telling everything. So here's the truth."
- "I was not fired for making homophobic slurs," he added. "I did everything I said I would do. I offered to go to counseling, to do a public service announcement. I wanted everyone to know I was remorseful... I did everything they told me to do, including not saying anything, and then they didn't renew my contract. That's not fair."
- "I feel all this was about him (T.R. Knight) getting a raise and getting his character to stop being perceived as a dopey, cooky kind of character. He perceives himself as a leading man. That’s why you could see the change this past season. That was his whole impetus behind it. I was used and I was exploited. I may be wrong but that’s how I feel about it."
Yes, Isaiah, yes I do you think you may be wrong about that. I feel like a broken record here, but sometimes saying you're sorry isn't enough.
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