A retired judge and a brokered lawyer will mediate a meeting between Michael Richards and the black men he offended during his gig at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. In case you were caught in between of Brit Brit’s pubic hairs last week, Michael called the men the “n-word” over and over and over again.
Three of the four men announced with their lawyer, Gloria Allred (of course), that a meeting will take place with possible cash settlement.
The L.A. Times reports:
One of the men, Kyle Doss, read a statement in which he said he was “very hurt by what happened at the Laugh Factory”, and welcomes the chance for the four men to tell Richards “how his words made us feel.” Richards’ spokesman, Chris Giglio, said Richards had been in touch with Allred since she emerged as a representative for the men, hoping to arrange an apology meeting. “He’s really happy that he has a chance to do this,” Giglio said. “The time and
the place haven’t been determined yet… I imagine it would be sooner rather than later.” Do they really deserve cash? I mean they do deserve a face-to-face apology, but I don’t think they deserve cash money. But more power to them!