Published report: Brother of Drew Carey's ex-fiancée demands apology from Wendy WilliamsPosted: Updated:
The brother of Amie Harwick is demanding a public apology from Wendy Williams after appearing to mock her death on the show, according to a published report.
The New Jersey native faces backlash after appearing to mock the death of the California therapist Monday during her show.
Chris Harwick says he and his family were appalled by Williams' comment, and say domestic violence is nothing to joke about.
According to police, Amie was killed over the weekend by an ex-boyfriend who pushed her off a third-story balcony.
Her ex-boyfriend has been charged with murder and is out of jail after posting a $2 million bond.
Harwick recently told friends she was scared of him and had a restraining order against him. It expired two weeks before her death.
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