Jennifer Esposito Blasts Fox News, Says She Didn't Skip Town

Jennifer Esposito Blasts Fox News, Says She Didn’t Skip Town

Fox News article, which cited a source that spoke with Page Six, said former “Blue Bloods” star Jennifer Esposito was reportedly skipping town to Denmark after her gluten-free bakery, Jennifer’s Way, was hit with a $43 million lawsuit.

Just one problem: Esposito is calling shenanigans on the whole skipping town thing.

The lawsuit was filed in March by her investors, including her soon-to-be-ex husband, and alledges that Esposito’s bakery is failing.

In a recent Facebook post, Esposito said: “Sadly the only scandal here is that you don’t do any research to what your writing and call yourself ‘news.'”

Ouch. But it doesn’t end there.

“In this time of celiac awareness month, not sure if you were aware of that, it’s an important month for information and EDUCATION. Something it seems you and the disgraceful people who gave you a bogus story need much of,” she said.

Go onnnnn.

“My Jennifer’s Way Bakery is doing wonderful thank you as we now ship all over the US and I’d actually love a vacation at the moment but am in my bakery where I usually am baking as I do for the people of this community,” Esposito continued. “Happy to educate you and come see me in “Denmark” on 263 east 10th street NYC anytime.”


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