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White Louisiana judge called black sheriff's deputy the N-word, has apologized but refused to resign


Added 02-26-20 05:25:02pm EST - “Jessie LeBlanc, a district court judge, admitted to using the word in text messages to a different deputy, with whom she was having an affair.” - Nydailynews.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nydailynews.com: “White Louisiana judge called black sheriff’s deputy the N-word, has apologized but refused to resign”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A Louisiana judge who called a black sheriff’s deputy and a black law clerk the N-word has publicly apologized but refused to resign.

Jessie LeBlanc, a district court judge in Assumption Parish, La., admitted in an interview with local CBS affiliate WAFB that she used the word in text messages with a different deputy, with whom she was having an affair.

LeBlanc was apparently upset after searching the phone of that deputy, Bruce Prejean, and discovering the phone number of another judge’s clerk.

“At least I was NEVER unfaithful to you with ANYONE — much less a [N-word],” LeBlanc wrote to Prejean, according to text messages obtained by WAFB.

In the text messages, Prejean denied seeing the other woman. Both LeBlanc and Prejean were married during their affair, which lasted from 2008-2016, LeBlanc told WAFB.

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