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‘Brady Bunch’ actress Susan Olsen fired from L.A. radio show hosting gig after homophobic rant

Here’s the narrative of a not really beautiful woman.

Performer Susan Olsen — who played the most youthful little girl Cindy on “The Brady Bunch” — was simply let go from her facilitating gig on a L.A. radio show over a homophobic tirade she sent over Facebook.

The Donald Trump supporter co-facilitated the show “Two Chicks Talkin’ Politics” before she was expelled by the station, as per reports.

Olsen utilized the slur “f – t” again and again toward transparently gay on-screen character Leon Acord-Whiting, who chose to distribute the once private message freely.

“Good day little p – y, let me get my enormous kid pants on and Reallly take you on!!! What a snake in the grass you will be you lying bit of s- – t too fearful to go up against me, in actuality, so you do it on Facebook. You are the greatest f – t a- – on the planet the greatest p – y! My D- – k is greater than yours Which ain’t sayin much! What a genuine bit of s- – t you are! Lying f – t! I trust you meet your karma SLOWLY AND PAINFULLY,” she allegedly composed.

The previous kid star’s rage took after an appearance by Acord-Whiting on the radio show and a consequent Facebook post he made where he blamed Olsen for spreading “over the top data” and being “unsafe and amateurish.”

Olsen, 55, posted various statuses on Facebook tending to the contention, taking note of that “Trump is correct” and will tune in. She additionally shared that individuals ought to have the capacity to have distinctive sentiments.

It’s gonne be okay,” she composed.

After Acord-Whiting promoted the forward and backward amongst him and Olsen — and requested she be given up from LA Radio — the station eventually let go its host.

“LA Talk Radio takes pride in its nearby and synergistic association with the LGBT people group… ” the station said in an announcement presented on Facebook. “We won’t endure scornful discourse by anybody connected with our radio station and have separated our ties with a host that veered off the bearing in which we are going.”

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