'Cry baby' Roseanne Barr called up a rabbi friend sobbing about her ABC axing.
The motor-mouth comic phoned a Jewish podcast in floods of tears over her racist tweets.
Barr, 65, reached out to New Jersey-based, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, who is a longtime spiritual advisor to the Jewish actress.
Ironically, the rabbi is a controversial figure himself because he is known for his opposition of gay marriage.
Barr was reportedly crying over her May 29 tweets that cause shockwaves around America.
'She was sobbing and very apologetic about the whole thing,' claimed a source.
The controversial comic has been extremely distant following the firing, even cancelling a planned appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast that was scheduled for Friday.
ABC axed Barr after she called Barack Obama's former advisor Valerie Jarrett a product of a 'Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes.'
Barr reportedly vented on the backlash from her tweets to the rabbi while it is understood that she hides away at her home in Utah until the controversy dies down.
Following her 'no show' on Joe Rogan's podcast he revealed that Barr was not on a good place after the scandal.
"She's not doing well and doesn't want to travel, and she's gone radio silent on me, so I'm just going to step away," he said.
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