The drama began when Heigl accused Washington of using anti-gay slurs in 2007.
Isaiah Washington called out former star Katherine Heigl on Twitter, which reignited a feud from their days in “Grey’s Anatomy”.
On Monday, the actor Spread Heigl photo with the caption, “This woman once stated that I should“ never ”be allowed to speak in public again. The world agreed to her announcement at the time and protested my job and my head in 65 languages. On Twitter in 2007, because I will never stop On the exercise of freedom of expression. “
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He later added, in the comments, “I have learned that all money is not good money and no amount of money can replace your dignity and integrity. Some call it living by your principles.”
The feud first began in 2007, when Heigl alleged that Washington used an anti-gay insult on the group while referring to co-star TR Knight during a fight with Patrick Dempsey. Knight appeared as gay after the incident, which only worsened when Washington, at the Golden Globes that year, denied the allegations, and told Access Hollywood, “No, I didn’t call TR af —- t.” At the time, Heigl replied, “I’m going to be really honest now, he needs to not speak publicly. Point.”
Shortly thereafter, ABC announced that Washington would not be returning for the next season of “Grey’s Anatomy”. The actor has been going on to write an apology – saying he’s sorry for the “unfortunate use of words” in his fight – and releasing the PSA ad for GLAAD.
However, in another post on Monday, Washington again clapped a follower claiming that Hegel was only defending her gay friend, writing, “She wasn’t there, so die on this hill, whoever. Friend.”
Then he pulled vet “Grey’s Anatomy” Chandra Wilson into the mix, adding, “Chandra Wilson knows everything about that too.”
And when you are a fan Requested Why did Washington stir the drama after more than a decade and dump Chandra under the bus, to which he replied, “Because it’s the truth. The end.”
In July, during the Fox Nation series “Isaiah Washington: Kitchen Talk,” Washington explained why he apologized for the incident.
He said, “The story was a lie and it was misunderstood. But as a family man, and a father, I thought I was helping the family,” he said, adding, “That’s why I won’t apologize again – to this day. That’s why Trump does not apologize, because when you apologize for something , Then the mistake is acknowledged – doing something wrong. I did nothing wrong. ”
It’s unclear what prompted Washington to tweet about Hegel in the first place, but it has yet to respond.
TooFab has reached out to Heigl representatives for comment.