In an interview with Barbara Walters on her XM radio show on Monday night, Paula Abdrool decided to commit career suicide on air.
Like, okay, we get that Paula may want to move out of the house that crazed fan Paula Goodspeed killed herself in front of, but she needs to stop whining about it like she's the victim. A girl with obvious untreated problems killed herself and all Paula can do is bitch! This time it's about the American Idol producers.
When Goodspeed arrived for the ill-fated AI audition, Abdul begged producers to turn her away, but they insisted otherwise for "entertainment value" and Abdul said the encounter had her shaking.
You know what would have been smarter for everyone? To maybe help Goodspeed find treatment instead of exploiting her crazies and selfishly whining.
We want to know who let this girl even go to the audition? Why wasn't anyone taking care of her?
Goodspeed had been sending letters to Abdul for 18 years, and Paula had restraining orders against the girl. Following the disastrous audition, Goodspeed's letters turned dark, featuring nude photos of the fan and threatening bodily harm.
Paula said, "She said the only way I will serve her purpose is when I'm up in heaven being her guardian angel."
Why didn't anyone do anything?
When Babs asked Abdrool why she continues to work for American Idol, she responded, "Well, I'm under contract."
You won't be for long!