Defending the court, Chart added, “Notice how each and every person makes comments, and not a single one of them rejecting his underlying point that ‘anti-racist’ training teaches and advocates color discrimination.”
“Man, I really have to scare @tiffanymoonmd if she has to block me for no reason,” shared Chart in another post. “I spoke to her twice, once when she was drunk at my house but had to go home for early work. Wonder if she had a hangover while working on her patient?”
At this point, Court deactivated his Twitter account. E! News has also requested a comment from Kameron’s rep and we have not yet received a response.
In response to the messages she’d received from the Westcotts, Tiffany’s attorney Andrew Brettler Von Lavely and Singer told Variety, “The allegations the Westcotts made in these tweets are ruthless, defamatory and appalling.”
“Dr. Moon is literally a professional and deserves the excellent reputation she has earned as a medical doctor and a hardworking mother,” Andrew said. “These attacks on your character will not be tolerated. The Westcotts would be wise to keep mentions of Dr. Moon out of their social media feeds.”
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