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Veteran TV producer Mark Gordon, an executive producer on shows such as 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Criminal Minds' and 'Private Practice,' has been accused of and formally apologized for using racial slurs at a table read for the spin-off of Lifetime's 'Army Wives.'

According to Deadline Hollywood, Gordon was at a table read for the pilot that included two African-American actresses, Gabrielle Union and Wendy Davis, and used the n-word while acting out a scene from the film 'Blazing Saddles.' He was reported to Lifetime's human resources department, which then reported him to ABC Studios.

Gordon issued this statement to Deadline: "I feel terrible about this. It was a stupid lapse in judgment. I didn't meant [sic] to offend anyone, and I've apologized to everyone involved."

Source: tvsquad

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