Jeffrey Tambor Fired from ‘Transparent’ After Amazon’s Sexual Harassment Investigation

Jeffrey Tambor is officially off his award-winning show, “Transparent” — Amazon Studios announced the firing after investigating the sexual harassment allegations against him. Amazon didn’t release the results of its internal investigation, but…


Jeffrey Tambor Quits Transparent Amidst Sexual Harassment Scandal

Jeffrey Tambor has dropped out of Transparent.

The Emmy Award-winning actor, who has been accused of sexual harassment by two women who worked on the Amazon series, released a statement along with his resignation that was anything, but…well…

… resigned.

Quite the opposite, in fact, as Tambor did not admit to any wrongdoing, while lashing out at the toxic environment that he says has engulfed the critically-acclaimed program.

Transparent recently wrapped up its fourth season.

“Playing Maura Pfefferman on Transparent has been one of the greatest privileges and creative experiences of my life,” Tambor said in his statement.

He added:

“What has become clear over the past weeks, however, is that this is no longer the job I signed up for four years ago.

“I’ve already made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being aggressive, but the idea that I would deliberately harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue.

“Given the politicized atmosphere that seems to have afflicted our set, I don’t see how I can return to Transparent.”

Among other allegations, Tambor has been accused by a transgender co-star of making lewd, sexually suggestive remarks.

This same co-star says the actor even pressed up against her in a sexual, suggestive manner.

A former assistant has also made troubling claims against the veteran star.

In a previous statement, Tambor said the following:

“I know I haven’t always been the easiest person to work with. I can be volatile and ill-tempered, and too often I express my opinions harshly and without tact.

“But I have never been a predator — ever.”

In the wake of these disturbing allegations, Amazon announced it was investigating the matter.

Meanwhile, numerous individuals and groups – including Transparent writer-producer Our Lady J and GLAAD – have called for the show to continue without Tambor.

Neither creator Jill Solloway nor Amazon has commented since Tambor announced he is leaving the show.

The veteran actor has won a pair of Emmys for his portrayal of Maura, while he also brought two other iconic television characters to life:

1. Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show.

2. George Bluth on Arrested Development.

Transparent now becomes the second award-winning series to face an uncertain future in the wake of its lead star being accused of sexual harassment or misconduct.

After Kevin Spacey faced on specific claim of attempted sexual assault, along with multiple allegations of creating uncomfortable working conditions on House of Cards, Netflix let the actor go.

It’s unclear just how or when the show will continue.

And the same can be said of Transparent.


Jeffrey Tambor Accused of Sexual Harassment by Fellow ‘Transparent’ Actor Trace Lysette

Jeffrey Tambor is once again facing allegations of sexual harassment … and once again by a person who happens to be transgender. Fellow “Transparent” actor Trace Lysette — who plays Shea on the Amazon TV series — claims Tambor made lewd,…


Jeffrey Lord Posts Nazi Salute on Twitter, Gets Fired by CNN

It took Jeffrey Lord outing himself as a possible Nazi sympathizer for him to finally be fired by CNN.

The contributor, who was hired by the cable network to defend Donald Trump at all times and through all tribulations, was let go by the company on Thursday after he Tweeted the Nazi salute “Sieg Heil!”

Despite protestations that he did so in order to make fun of fascism, Lord is now out of a job.

“Nazi salutes are indefensible,” a CNN spokesperson said simply. “Jeffrey Lord is no longer with the network.”

The back-and-forth that landed Lord in hot water took place between him and Angelo Carusone, the president of Media Matters for America, a liberal media watchdog organization.

It has been supporting an advertising boycott of Sean Hannity’s program on Fox News, which prompted Lord to pen a column in the American Spectator Thursday scolding the group as “anti-free speech bigots who, in typical fascist style, make it their mission to shut down speech they don’t like.”

He had previously this week compared MMFA to the propaganda machines in Hitler’s Germany and Mussolini’s Italy.

After Carusone replied to Lord and mentioned that name was misspelled in the headline of Lord’s piece… Lord responded, “Sieg Heil!”

Seems like a bit of an overreaction, no?

jl tweet

In a multitude of follow-up message, Lord argued that invoking the Nazi salute was a way of “mocking” Carusone and the organization.

Shockingly, this contention did not sway his bosses at CNN.

Following the controversial “Sieg Heil!” tweet, Carusone issued a statement on Twitter asking for Lord to be fired.

It read as follows:

Carusone tweet

To many CNN viewers and media critics, the only surprising development here is that it took so long for CNN to give Lord his walking papers.

The pro-Trump pundit has said many things over the past several months that many people thought would get him fired.

On Super Tuesday in 2016, he described the Ku Klux Klan as “the military arm, the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party, according to historians.”

In reference to Democratic congressman Bakari Sellers, an African-American, he once asked:

“When is Bakari going to get around to apologizing for slavery? I’m still waiting on that.”

With a serious face, he said at one point:

“Think of President Trump as the Martin Luther King of health care.”

More recently, Lord brushed off Trump’s encouragement of police brutality by saying that was simply a “New Yorker” having a “sense of humor” and he had gone on record by defending the President against talk of collusion with a foreign adversary.

“I don’t care what he says to the Russians,” Lord says of Trump.

The only positive to the existence of Jeffrey Lord is that he got into an on-air tiff with Anderson Cooper a few months ago, which led to Cooper saying to the biased non-journalist:

“If he took a dump on his desk, you would defend it.”

We’re almost glad CNN hired Jeffrey Lord just for that one exchange.

But he’s a horrible human being.