Carrie Fisher once sent a cow tongue to a producer after a friend said she'd been sexually harassed

Amanda Luz Henning Santiago
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Heather Ross, screenwriter and friend of the late Carrie Fisher, called into a local morning radio in Tuscon last Thursday to recount an amazing story about Fisher exacting revenge on her behalf in 2000.

Ross said she told Fisher that a Sony executive sexually harassed her — and two weeks later, Ross received word from Fisher that she had visited the office of that same Sony executive.

Fisher told Ross she decided to go to his office, where she "personally delivered a Tiffany box wrapped with a white bow."

Ross said the box contained a "cow tongue," in addition to a note from Fisher.

According to Ross, the note said: "If you ever touch my darling Heather or any other woman again, the next delivery will be (clears throat) something of yours in a much smaller box!"

Thanks to Ross, we have one more reason to mourn the loss of Fisher. 

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