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EntertainmentRoseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people

18:50  21 may  2019
18:50  21 may  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Roseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people . TMZ caught up with the politically minded comedian at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on May 20 where she freely admitted , "I have a lot of troll accounts so I say what a want under anonymous names."

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Roseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people© Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock Roseanne Barr attends the premiere of the Nearly a year ago, Roseanne Barr got herself in serious trouble after she posted a racist tweet about former President Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. The move also famously led ABC to cancel her eponymous rebooted sitcom and fire her from the network.

Yet despite months of explanations mixed in with apologies concerning that fateful tweet, Roseanne -- who's still tweeting under her own name -- just admitted that she's also tweeting controversial missives anonymously so she doesn't spark backlash again.

TMZ caught up with the politically minded comedian at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on May 20 where she freely admitted, "I have a lot of troll accounts so I say what a want under anonymous names." Under these anonymous accounts, "I say the stuff I want to say," she added.

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Roseanne Barr 's plan to stay out of more trouble on Twitter isn't by deactivating her account it's by creating secret burner accounts where she can tweet her mind freely. Mainly, she says instead of posting under her verified account she uses anonymous troll accounts she sets up herself.

Roseanne Barr is still speaking her mind on Twitter — you just don’t know it’s her . The fired Roseanne star recently told TMZ that she has set up multiple troll Twitter accounts which she uses to post about controversial topics. Barr ’s verified Twitter account is still up and running, buts she ’s

She doesn't employ others to tweet for her on either her public account or her burner ones. "I do it all," she said, though she did not reveal what, exactly, she tweets about under her "troll" accounts.

Roseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people© Craig Ruttle/AP/REX/Shutterstock Roseanne Barr takes part in a special event and podcast taping at Stand Up NY in New York on July 26, 2018.

Roseanne also said she doesn't think she's the only famous person who operates on social media in this way. "I think everybody's got troll backup accounts," she told TMZ. "Really, if they want to say anything."

In May 2018, Roseanne made headlines when she posted a controversial tweet in the middle of the night that read, "Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj." Roseanne, who quickly took the tweet down and apologized, later claimed she didn't know Valerie was black and blamed the tweet on her use of the sleep aid Ambien.

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Roseanne Barr has found a scapegoat for the racist Twitter tirade that got her sitcom cancelled Tuesday: Ambien. In a pair of since-deleted tweets early Wednesday morning, Barr blamed the sleep aid for causing her to make a racist joke about former President Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett

Two days after Roseanne torpedoed her show -- and her TV career -- with the racist tweet, she called into a friend's podcast to give her first post-scandal interview when she was in the throes of regret. That friend -- Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- waited several weeks to actually share the audio publicly.

Roseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people© Adam Rose / ABC via Getty Images Roseanne Barr and Sara Gilbert appear on an episode of ABC's

"I'm a lot of things. I'm a loudmouth and all that stuff, but I'm not stupid, for God's sake, and I never would have wittingly called a black person... say they are a monkey. I never would do that! And I didn't do that," Roseanne told her friend of more than 20 years through tears on the podcast that aired in June 2018.

"I am so sorry that I was so unclear and stupid. I'm very sorry but I don't think that, I never would do that," Roseanne insisted in the interview. "I've lost everything. And I regretted it before I lost everything and I said to God, 'I am willing to accept whatever consequences this brings because I know I've done wrong.' I'm willing to accept what the consequences are. And, I do. And I have."

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After Roseanne Barr blamed her racist tweet on Ambien, Twitter was the exact opposite of asleep, quipping about previously unrevealed side effects and Though she earlier admitted she 'd gone too far and her tweet comparing former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett to an ape was "egregious" and

Barr ’s rebooted sitcom ‘ Roseanne ’ returned to screens last year to huge ratings and widespread acclaim. In her latest interview, Barr also unloaded on newly minted Muslim congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, saying “It’s scary that we have Hamas in our Congress.”

Roseanne Barr admits she uses anonymous Twitter accounts to troll people© ABC John Goodman, Michael Fishman, Lecy Goranson, Laurie Metcalf and Sara Gilbert star in

Days before the podcast aired, ABC ordered a 10-episode "Roseanne" spinoff, "The Conners," that started airing in the fall of 2018. The move came after Roseanne reached an agreement with the network and signed off on the new sitcom. Under the terms, she does not have creative input into the new show or benefit from it financially, despite a previous deal ensuring both.

"I regret the circumstances that have caused me to be removed from 'Roseanne.' I agreed to the settlement in order that 200 jobs of beloved cast and crew could be saved, and I wish the best for everyone involved," she said in a statement at the time.

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