Amy's Baking Company co-owner Amy Bouzaglo is not holding back on how she feels about Kitchen Nightmares host Gordon Ramsay following their controversial appearance, exclusively telling RadarOnline.com that he's "a ginger head troll" who is "obsessed with my husband's balls."
Yes, you read that right.
When asked if the restaurant would ever invite the famed chef back on the heels of their grand re-opening Amy told Radar, "Never! He is a ginger head troll! He tried to ruin my business and my life. And he is obsessed with my husbands balls! No cake for him!!!
"We are so guarded now, and there is such a wrong impression of us out there," Amy said of business since they appeared on Kitchen Nightmares.
"We have to screen our customers now. If they don’t speak feline they don’t get in........meow that was a joke!"
As Radar previously reported, Amy and her husband Samy Bouzaglo had a press conference planned for their re-opening last Tuesday but had to cancel after they received a threatening legal letter from producers of the hit FOX show — which clearly hasn't stopped the loud-mouthed owners from speaking their minds.
"It has been emotionally taxing on Samy and I having such hatred and hostility directed towards us," Amy said of their new fame.
"It was just a show for entertainment purpose; people really need to lighten up!"
Amy and Samy claim to be victims of "cyber bullying" from several online bloggers and customers, who they habitually responded to online, adding fuel to the fire.
"Since Kitchen Nightmares aired we have not replied to anyone online. In the beginning we replied because these people were spreading malicious gossip and untrue slanderous things about my business. I took them for losers and opened fire with them to let them know that my husband and I are not suckers," Amy told Radar.
"And we are not going to let the 'Camel Toe Mafia' try to 'extort us out of a free pizza.' But that was when we were dealing with a handful of bullies here in Arizona. Now it is us versus the entire Internet. We are using our energy towards more positive lucrative opportunities now."
Speaking of lucrative opportunities, the Bouzaglos have become such an overnight sensation that they tell Radar they are currently entertaining "several" reality TV show offers.
"It would be fantastic entertainment, and a great chance for us to use it as a platform to help bring awareness to cyber bullying," the Scottdale, Ariz. restaurant owner said.
"Also then they can see I make my cakes and they can all shut the F&*^%$@! Up!!"
And if there's anything Amy wants the public to know about Amy's Baking Company, it's this:
"We care a great deal about our customers and our employees. Samy and I work 18 hour days, and we do not think that we are better than anyone. We do the best we can and we believe 100% in our food," Amy said.
"We don’t back down from a fight and no amount of wishing we would kill ourselves or go out of business is going to actually make that happen. We are here to fight. Meow!"