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Gloria Allred Chimes in on Meg Whitman 'Whore' Comment

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In a brief statement this afternoon, high-profile attorney Gloria Allred, a staunch supporter of equal rights, entered the conversation about the recent controversy, in which an unidentified associate of Brown called gubernatorial hopeful Meg Whitman a "whore."

"The person who referred to her as a 'whore' was wrong. It is offensive for anyone to have used that term," Allred said. "The individual who said it should apologize."

Allred is currently representing Whitman's former undocumented housekeeper, who claims the former eBay CEO violated labor laws.

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