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Paula Deen sued: $40 million buys a lot of butter

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Paula Deen, Food Network star and restaurateur, is being sued by Celebrity Chefs Tours LLC for an alleged breach of contract involving a ten-city promotional tour with Paula, her two boy-toy sons and her bearded snowman husband.

In its suit, CCT claims it had multiple problems with the Deens, including bad language and over-the-top sexual innuendo.

It seems that Paula loves her men like she likes her food: a bit salty and primed with butter.

The two brothers and their mother also turned in a promotional video "loaded with profanity and sexual innuendo" that the promoter couldn't use, the suit charges. These tapes are probably languishing in a warehouse, waiting to be discovered by Larry Flynt.

According to CCT, audiences were disappointed in Paula's stage show, because she rarely cooked for the masses. But that didn't stop her alleged sexual hijinxs when she was moving her own mass -- like this one.

I think I just went blind.

Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth.

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