Alyssa Milano Responds to Jay Mohr's Comments on Her Weight

The actress takes a stand against "fat shaming."
3:00 | 01/09/14

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Transcript for Alyssa Milano Responds to Jay Mohr's Comments on Her Weight
Shall we? Alyssa milano speaking out about so-called fat shaming after comic jay mohr's comments about her weight. The actress is standing up for all women who put on, yeah, a little baby weight. Abc's abbie boudreau has the story. I'm not going to be in a relationship with him. Reporter: "Mistresses" actress alyssa milano appearing on "extra" setting the record straight after comedian jay mohr public criticized the star's post-baby weight. I don't think it's fair. No, it's not. I gained 55 pounds when I was pregnant. I still have 10 more to lose and he's 2 in four months. Reporter: The host of "project runway" was a presented at the nascar sprint cup series award which mohr was hosting. In a now removed segment of his podcast he joked about milano appearance saying "it seems like she had a baby and said I don't really give a, expletive." I read it on her gut. It hurt me. Sure. I was affected by it and i wanted to remind him that like I'm a human being and that, you know, this hurts. Reporter: This is a reminder that celebs like everyone else have feelings and emotions and especially someone who recently became a mother. Reporter: The 41-year-old former child star responded to mohr insults by tweeting "so sorry you felt the need to publicly fat-shame me. Be well and god bless. Please send my love to your beautiful wife. Mohr then took to his blog sometimes comedians go too far. I went too far. Milano responding, thank you, apology accepted and jokingly added #pa#passthecookies. She admitted it stung. People think they can rip a woman's body apart after having a baby. Unfortunately, everyone is fair game. Reporter: Mohr insists my heart is broken that I hurt her. I am very sorry. For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. You have to stop and think before you hit that send button. Absolutely. Come on. Can't get it back.

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