WHO IS JESSICA MULRONEY? A TIMELINE OF THE MEDIA PERSONALITY’S FALL FROM GRACE
Jessica Mulroney is back in the headlines this week, and not for old news like her friendship with Meghan Markle or her work with Canadian designers.
Mulroney’s rise to fame has been peppered with TV appearances, hosting jobs and “secret” wardrobe consultant gigs with the likes of Markle and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. But after being called out by Black influencer and lifestyle blogger Sasha Exeter for “textbook white privilege,” the Canadian celebrity is seeing a swift fall from grace. READ MORE
4 COMPANIES THAT HAVE DROPPED JESSICA MULRONEY AMID HER WHITE PRIVILEGE SCANDAL
Dropping like flies. Just days after Jessica Mulroney got called out for acting on white privilege and lashing out over texts, several of the companies she worked with have cut their ties and said goodbye. The Canadian fashion stylist got into hot water when she reportedly threatened a Black lifestyle blogger last week.
Sasha Exeter, Toronto native and founder of So Sasha, took to Instagram on June 10 to share her “Amy Cooper” like experience with Mulroney who exhibited “textbook white privilege”. READ MORE
JESSICA MULRONEY: ‘VERY DIFFICULT FOR HER TO COME BACK FROM THIS’
Jessica Mulroney has just been flattened by the 2020 career K.O. called racism — and it may also torpedo her friendship with Meghan Markle.
The brand strategist’s personal stock has been in freefall since being slammed by fashion blogger Sasha Exeter who accused Mulroney of using her white privilege to intimidate her.
Now, according to the Daily Mail, Mulroney is being cast adrift by Markle who is allegedly “mortified” with her “tone deaf friend.” READ MORE
JESSICA MULRONEY CANCELED BY ABC, CTV FOLLOWING BLOGGER DISPUTE
Update: In response to Sasha Exeter’s widely watched Instagram video—accusing Jessica Mulroney of threatening and trying to silence her—both ABC and CTV have cut ties with Mulroney.
On Thursday, CTV announced that it was pulling Mulroney’s show, I Do, Redo, from all Bell Media channels and platforms effective immediately. In a statement, the network wrote, “Bell Media and CTV encourages our entire team including our on-air talent to practice respect, inclusivity, and allyship as we pledge to work better and more openly to listen to and amplify Black voices, and not to minimize them.”
Mulroney said she respected CTV’s decision in an Instagram Story post, and that she was stepping away from her professional engagements to reflect and learn.
“The events that have transpired over the last few days have made it clear that I have work to do,” Mulroney said. “I realize more than ever how being a white, privileged woman has put me far ahead of so many, and in particular those in the Black community. And while I can’t change the past, I can do my part to do better in the future.” READ MORE
JESSICA MULRONEY APOLOGIZES AFTER USING HER ”WHITE PRIVILEGE” TO ”THREATEN” INFLUENCER SASHA EXETER
Jessica Mulroney is taking a step back from social media after she said a “disagreement” with influencer Sasha Exeter got “out of hand.”
On Thursday, the stylist and close friend of Meghan Markle wrote in a public apology via Instagram, “I want to say from my heart that every word of my apologies to Sasha over the course of the last two weeks privately, and again both publicly and privately today is true. I did not intend in any way to jeopardize her livelihood. We had a disagreement and it got out of hand. For that I am sorry.”
She added that she will be stepping away from social media and intends to promote “Black voices by having them take over my account and share their experience.” One such voice is that of Exeter, who she invited to take over her account “whenever she is comfortable.” READ MORE
JESSICA MULRONEY WILL NO LONGER APPEAR ON GMA AFTER BEING SLAMMED FOR WHITE PRIVILEGE
Meghan Markle’s close friend appeared occasionally on Good Morning America as a fashion contributer
Meghan Markle’s close friend Jessica Mulroney will no longer appear on Good Morning America as a fashion contributor after Canadian lifestyle blogger Sasha Exeter called her out for “textbook white privilege.”
After her TV show I Do, Redo was pulled from the Canadian network CTV on Thursday, Mulroney tweeted that she has decided to “step away” from her professional engagements at this time.
“As Jessica Mulroney said last night, she is stepping away from her professional engagements and that includes Good Morning America. She will no longer appear on our show,” ABC’s morning show said in a tweet on Friday. READ MORE