John Cleese has said he will be putting in a formal complaint about the “deception, dishonesty and tone” of a recent BBC interview he took part in.
In a series of tweets on Thursday (16 December), the Monty Python star claimed that a BBC journalist had tried to portray him as “old-fashioned, uncaring and basically harmful” in the interview.
Then, Cleese claimed that the interviewer asked him a “disjointed question, clearly trying to portray me as old-fashioned, uncaring and basically harmful”.
In his tweets, Cleese also said: “The media will no doubt report that I ‘stormed out.’
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