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Sherri shows her support for Bill's victims, posting, 'It's so incredibly difficult for a woman to come forward to say she was raped, especially if it's a powerhouse. Such courage they have shown.'
The former co-host of 'The View' spoke out about her custody battle with ex-husband Lamar Sally over their baby who was reportedly born via surrogate on August 5.
The exiting co-host manages to generate laugh as noting, 'When I joined 'The View' seven years ago,...I was going through a very public divorce. Now...I'm going through another very public divorce.'
The two exiting co-hosts got emotional during their final live taping of the show on Thursday without moderator Whoopi Goldberg among the panel.
The exiting 'View' co-host joins Keke Palmer who has been earlier cast as the fairytale princess in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical production.
The departing co-host of 'The View' was not present at the labor and reportedly doesn't want parental rights and responsibilities over the baby boy.
A judge has ruled against her ex-husband Jeffrey Tarpley's request of temporary physical custody and says that Shepherd will retain the primary physical custody of their son Jeffrey.
According to a new report, Shepherd's estranged husband Lamar Sally is preparing legal action to prevent her from quitting a surrogate contract they signed.
Emotional Shepherd says she made the decision not to renew her contract in the spring, while McCarthy says she already has taken a new job that she will announce in the next few weeks.
Though she knew that 'it might happen one day,' the former 'View' co-host who left the show in 2013 says, 'I was shocked, in some ways.'
Shepherd, who has been on the ABC talk show for seven years, says that 'after careful consideration it is time for me to move on.'
The 'The View' co-host appeared on May 12 episode of the talk show without mentioning her divorce from Lamar Sally.
Lamar Sally wanted the judge to grant him custody of their upcoming baby boy and that their prenup be revoked based on fraud.
A day before Walters says goodbye to the television show, eleven women will share the stage for the first time ever.
After appearing on 'The View', Knox, who pays her tuition by appearing in adult films, says that Shepherd's comment on the show was 'incredibly condescending.'