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Drew Carey's Ex-Fiancee's Brother Demands Apology From Wendy Williams

By Mike Walters

Drew Carey's ex-fiancée's brother is demanding talk show host Wendy Willaims apologize to their family after she made an off-handed remark about his sister's death.

Amie Harwick's brother, Chris Harwick, broke his silence on his sister's death saying that Wendy's jokes and gestures about the subject were appalling.

In a statement, Chris told FOX News, "Domestic violence is something no one should be joking about...This is a difficult time for my family and for Wendy Williams to make light of this tragedy is very upsetting to us and extremely distasteful."

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Wendy Under Fire For Comments About The Death


As we reported, Wendy came under fire after joking on her talk show about Drew Carey's fiancee's fall over a 3rd story balcony that caused her death.

Wendy addressed Amie's death on her show, saying, “She was killed, not by Drew, but by the ex,” But, she then used the "Price is Right" catchphrase, “Come on down,” and looked down as if someone was falling down from a balcony. It seemed her audience stayed awkwardly silence during the joke, and Williams move on subjects.

Fans Slam The Talk Show Host Online...


Fans quickly took to Twitter to address their disgust for the comments, with one tweeting, "Rarely do I comment on things here. But just overheard @WendyWilliams making a joke about Drew Carey’s ex-fiancée being murdered. With a ‘come on down joke’ after she was thrown off a balcony. And people thought your fart was disgusting but what comes out of your mouth is worse."

Another added, "@WendyWilliams come on down? Real classy. Someone’s daughter was killed. Not funny. Owe family an apology #DrewCarey."

Amie was murdered over the weekend after allegedly struggling with her ex-boyfriend during an argument that turned physical and she plummeted to death off of a three-story balcony.

Her boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, was arrested on murder charges and was released from Los Angeles County Jail on $2 million dollars bail.

Drew Carey Breaks His Silence On Amie's Death...

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Drew Carey issued a statment regarding the death of his ex-finacee saying, "Amie and I had a love that people are lucky to have once in a lifetime. She was a positive force in the world, a tireless and unapologetic champion for women, and passionate about her work as a therapist. I am overcome with grief. I would like to thank you in advance for giving myself and everyone who loved Amie privacy while we try to work through this tragic situation."

So far, Wendy has not addressed the apology request from Amie's brother.

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