How rich is Paula Deen?
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|Birth date:||January 19, 1947|
|Birth place:||Albany, Georgia, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Profession:||Chef, TV chef, Restaurateur, Cook, Author, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Michael Groover (m. 2004), Jimmy Deen (m. 1965–1989)|
|Children:||Bobby Deen, Jamie Deen|
|Parents:||Corrie A. Paul, Earl Wayne Hiers, Sr|
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Paula Deen, cook, restaurant owner, writer, and host of several Food Network show has built a media conglomerate that’s slowly beginning to crumble. The southern belle established her career on her delicious recipes and warm persona. Produced in 1947 Paula Ann Hiers Deen has two sons Jamie and Bobby who she began a catering company with.
She grew up in a Southern Baptist family. Following a number of poor unions which started when she was still a teen, Paula uprooted from Albany Georgia and started living in Savannah. Following the success of the of her parents’ sandwich catering company The Bag Lady she started several restaurants in through the city. With critical praise and news outlets rating the of her parents’ dishes as a few of the finest she grew her company even farther to other southern states including North Carolina.
Paula Deen Net Worth $10 Million
23 years was presented to Gordon Elliott who was a TV personality and producer. Paula was featured in a number of Food Network show before landing her own “Paula’s Home Cooking” which premiered in 2002. Since then she’s released over 14 cook books as well as a biography, and has appeared on Oprah. Now the Southern cook has landed in a slue of difficulty for use of the N word in public. Deen and her brother are being sued for alleged sexual and racial harassment by a former supervisor of Deen’s eateries in Savannah, Georgia.
Inquired whether she’d used the term since, she replied, “I am certain I’ve, but it is been a lengthy time.” When Dean was questioned under oath to get a deposition, she was asked whether she’d used the “N-word.” On Thursday, Target said it could discontinue Deen’s merchandises. Home Depot announced it had ceased selling Deen’s kitchen and cookware line. Several others, including Walmart as well as the food network, additionally have called it quits in recent days.