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An accompanying image with the post read: “I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker.” Parker had expressed sympathy for Cattrall’s family at a red-carpet event Thursday, telling “Extra” that “we all send her our love and condolences” while, in the same interview, not ruling out the possibility of a third “Sex and the City” movie, but without Cattrall. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.” My Mom asked me today “When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone? Copy and paste link https://nypost.com/2017/10/07/inside-the-mean-girls-culture-that-destroyed-sex-and-the-city/ A post shared by Kim Cattrall (@kimcattrall) on To drive her point home, Cattrall pasted a link to an article by the New York Post’s Paula Froelich from last October, which alleged a “mean-girls culture” that ultimately destroyed the franchise.
“If somebody in your life, whether you’re in touch with them or not, is suffering for any reason, it’s involuntary that you want to convey condolences or sadness or just let someone know you’re thinking about them,” Parker told “Entertainment Tonight.” Cattrall wasn’t having it, clapping back by suggesting Parker was a “hypocrite” and saying even her mother wondered when she would leave Cattrall alone. ” Your continuous reaching out is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now. Publicists for Cattrall and Parker did not immediately respond to requests for comment Saturday.
“Your continuous reaching out is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now,” Cattrall wrote Saturday. On screen, Cattrall and Parker — along with Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon — portrayed best friends navigating their 30s (or, in Cattrall’s case, her early 40s) while pursuing careers, romance and an endless parade of brunches in New York.