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Roseanne Lashes Out On Hollywood During 'Drunk Tweeting' Session

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Comedian Roseanne Barr took to Twitter last night and launched into a tirade of tweets aimed at television producers who apparently have been giving her the go-around for more than a year as she attempted to develop a show. The saga involved a show runner who wanted to collaborate with Roseanne on a new project, only to completely bar her from exercising her input.

It's easy to make fun of Roseanne for doing something like this (because, let's face it, people have been making fun of Roseanne for a while now), but if her allegations are true, it's sad for her to be put through the ringer by the very same people who were collaborating with her. One can only wonder how many times this has happened to people far less notable than Roseanne who were just trying to develop their project on their own terms.

The expletive-laden tirade is as follows:

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