‘A lot of the people who were part of the story are still with us’: Whoopi Goldberg Plunges The View into Bizarre New Controversy, Blasts Netflix’s Jeffrey Dahmer Series

Ryan Murphy’s controversial masterpiece was released on Netflix last week. Dahmer Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is a series about the American serial Jeffrey Dahmer who murdered seventeen people. He was active between the years 1978 and 1991. On Wednesday’s episode of The View, the show’s host Whoopi Goldberg attacked and argued against the show.

Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg

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Whoopi Goldberg blasts the show and shows her concern for the victim’s family members

Dahmer Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story has remained the top show in Netflix’s Top 10 since its release. The host of The View, Whoopi Goldberg is visibly not happy with the show’s violence and the effect it can have on the victim’s family members. She first appreciated the creator of the series Ryan Murphy by saying he “is an amazing artist.

Whoopi Goldberg
Goldberg attacked the show saying it is very traumatizing for the victim’s family members.

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She further added that she would be really angry had the show been about her family. Whoopi Goldberg said, “Because it is being killed over and watching your child get [killed], and then you have to listen to how it went and all this other stuff that.

Netflix did not ask for permission from the victim’s families before making the show

The relatives and family members of the victim have called out the show’s creators for their negligence. Rita Isbell was the sister of Errol who was a victim of Dahmer, and her person is a character portrayed on the show. She said that seeing herself on the show “felt like reliving it all over again.” The victim’s families feel like Netflix should have asked for their consent first before making such a disturbing series. Isbell added, “It’s sad that they’re just making money off of this tragedy. That’s just greed.

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer poster
Netflix didn’t ask for the victim’s family members’ permission before making the show

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Despite Goldberg’s critical take, many people are liking the show, like her co-host, Sunny Hostin. He added that some minorities are still marginalized and treated the same way that helped Dahmer in selecting his targets. The show has been in the limelight since its release and has a variety of both fans and critics.

Source: Decider

Shikhar Tiwari
Shikhar Tiwari

Shikhar Tiwari is a Hollywood news author at Animated Times. He is a student at Manipal University Jaipur currently aspiring to be a Computer Science Engineer. Shikhar loves to combine his passion for writing with his love for Hollywood updates.

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