Kaley Cuoco Criticized for Independence Day Photo of Three Dogs Sitting on American Flag

Kaley Cuoco Criticized for Independence Day Photo of Three Dogs Sitting on American Flag

Kaley Cuoco posted a picture with two dogs sitting on an American flag on Instagram. The caption read, “Thank you @the_pet_handler for taking care of the squad while im out of town!” It was later removed.

Kaley Cuoco took to Instagram on Tuesday, apologizing for a Fourth of July photo faux pas that sparked controversy on social media.

Referencing a now deleted photo of her dog sitting on an American flag, Cuoco penned a lengthy message in which she clarifies that she respects and America and didn’t mean to offend anyone.

“I would like to comment on a photo I posted yesterday, that has caused lots of controversy. First off, please know, I have the utmost respect for my country,” Cuoco, 30, captioned a photo of a heart-shaped American flag. “I am a proud American in every sense of the word. I understand the American flag stands for our freedom and represents American heroes, past and present.”

I would like to comment on a photo I posted yesterday , that has caused lots of controversy. First off, please know, I have the utmost respect for my country. I am a proud American in every sense of the word. I understand the American flag stands for our freedom and represents American heroes , past and present. Yesterday I made a mistake by posting the picture that was taken of my sweet dogs posing on an American flag. I sincerely apologize to anyone that has been offended by my previous post. This is no way reflects my feelings toward what the American flag represents. Living in the public eye, can be extremely difficult at times. Every mistake and every imperfection is amplified. I am not perfect. I am a proud American, today, tomorrow, always. ?

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Cuoco continues in the post, acknowledging that she “made a mistake,” and apologizes to those who may have taken offense, addingthat “living in the public eye, can be extremely difficult at times.”

“Every mistake and every imperfection is amplified,” she wrote. “I am not perfect. I am a proud American, today, tomorrow, always.”

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