Liam Neeson said he isn’t racist and that he was “shocked” by his “primal urge” to attack a black man nearly 40 years ago after learning a close friend had been raped.
The actor, who first owned up to the stunning story in a recent interview with the Independent, opened up Tuesday on “Good Morning America” about what was going through his head after a woman close to him, whom he has not identified, told him she’d been raped by a black man.
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