Nicollette Sheridan Testimony
March 2, 2012 by staff
Nicollette Sheridan Testimony, Nicollette Sheridan’s Desperate Housewives character was a real tramp—and she couldn’t be prouder.
“That was embarrassing,” the actress quipped on the stand Thursday after her attorney showed the jury a five-minute montage of a number of Edie Britt’s more salacious scenes throughout her five seasons on the ABC series—before she was unceremoniously fired by Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry and ABC in 2009, as Sheridan is alleging.
“She was a colorful character,” Sheridan said of Edie. “She was a singular voice on the show. She was sxy, audacious, honest and overt. She had a heart and people loved to hate her.”
Sheridan testified about her earlier days on the job in the morning, but her afternoon testimony kicked off with her describing a fight with Cherry on Sept. 28, 2008, that allegedly turned violent.
Upset about her character not having a funny line to close out a particular scene in episode No. 507, Sheridan asked Cherry if he would write her a good exit line, she told the court.
“He got agitated and annoyed and didn’t respond,” Sheridan said. When she approached him again, after rehearsal, he “got agitated” again and, when she led him away from the group, he responded testily, “What is it you want?”
Sheridan said that, when she offered to explain herself again, Cherry “stepped toward me and with his right hand he hit me upside the head.”
According to the actress, she then told Cherry, “You hit me in the head! That is not OK. That is not OK.”
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