It has been nearly four months since Nashville publicity powerhouse Kirt Webster — who represented country icons like Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers and Charlie Daniels — was accused by a former client of sexually assaulting and drugging him. But according to Parton’s sister Stella, despite the rash of righteous indignation that the allegations sparked, nothing has really changed in Music City.
“It’s a good ol’ boys town and it’s always been a good ol’ boys town,” the younger sister of Dolly Parton told Fox News. “They hide behind their religion, all of them, a bunch of Southern Baptist hypocrites.”
A source noted to Fox News that Webster is Catholic, not a Southern Baptist.