Lord Sugar accused of ‘mocking Epstein and Weinstein victims’ after sharing meme

Lord Sugar has been accused of mocking victims of Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein after sharing a controversial meme online.

The Apprentice legend took to Twitter to share a meme of Mount Rushmore with the faces of Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump super imposed.

Lord Sugar captioned the post to his to his 5.3million followers: "Love this! Very funny."

Not impressed by Lord Sugar's post, one fan hit out: "How long before you delete this? I’m giving you 12 hours."

A second added: "Not even remotely funny. Especially for their victims."

"This is cheap, Alan. What about the victims of Epstein, et al? You seem to be degrading and laughing at them," a third continued.

Lord Sugar is yet to respond to the backlash surrounding the tweet.

However a number of his fans rushed to his defence.

One said: "Just don't get why people are getting irate about this picture? It's just banter people, take a chill pill."

And another said: "Oh for heaven's sake, can we just see the humour in this and laugh? World is way too [politically correct] now!"

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Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years behind bars after being found guilty of sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree. He denied all charges.

Epstein was found dead in prison after facing a string of accusations that he sexually assaulted underage girls, as well as soliciting.

In 2019, Epstein was arrested on charges of sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York.

Bill Cosby was once one of the biggest stars in America thanks to his leading roll on The Cosby Show.

However he was jailed in 2018 after being found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump, the current US President, has been accused of sexual assault and sexual harassment by multiple women since the 1970s.

He has denied all allegations against him.

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