Roseanne Barr had a tough go when she first became famous, losing her mind "like Charlie Sheen," she tells Chelsea Handler on "Chelsea Lately." Part of the reason for her difficulties was the intense media scrutiny she dealt with. To that end, Barr tells Handler that Rupert Murdoch, who yesterday testified before British parliament about the News of the World hacking scandal, was behind some of the dubious reporting tactics Barr had to endure.
"I'm so happy to see Rupert Murdoch's stuff crumbling, because when he came to our country, I was one of his first targets. He tapped my phones and people went through my garbage, and all that kind of stuff does kind of drive you crazy."