Pescatelli and fellow comedians Wendy Liebman and Kathleen Madigan had accused Schumer of using jokes lifted from their material.
Tammy Pescatelli, one of the comedians who accused Amy Schumer of joke stealing has back tracked on her comments, admitting that she may have taken things too far. Appearing on Opie with Jim Norton, Pescatelli apologised to Schumer, saying the Trainwreck star has 'every right to be mad'.
Tammy Pescatelli has apologised to Amy Schumer for accusing her of joke stealing.
“I said what I said, and it is probably, you know, parallel thinking. That does happen. I’m no genius on that,” Pescatelli said. “I’m not breaking any new ground, as I’ve witnessed time and time again during my shows and especially on the Internet over the past couple days.”
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