“The View” cohost slams Tom Brady for allowing Gisele Bündchen jokes at roast: 'Leave Gisele the hell alone'

“The View” cohost slams Tom Brady for allowing Gisele Bündchen jokes at roast: 'Leave Gisele the hell alone'

"He should give Gisele half," Ana Navarro said of the money Brady likely earned from the Netflix special.

The View star Ana Navarro had an extra point to make after she felt Netflix's The Roast of Tom Brady turned up the heat a little too much on the football legend's ex-wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen.

Moderator Whoopi Goldberg asked Monday's panel of cohosts if they'd tolerate the live, unedited roast's roster of comedians joking about a family member the way Brady listened to Kevin Hart, Nikki Glaser, and more joke about the couple's 2022 divorce after 13 years of marriage.

"If I were getting paid what he was probably getting paid — he was an executive producer — I'd laugh at all sorts of things. But, I think the person who wasn't getting paid and ended up being part of this roast was Gisele, and I think that's a bad, lame thing to do to your ex-wife and mother to your children," Navarro said, before introducing a video of Bündchen breaking down during a traffic stop as she reportedly fled paparazzi tailing her in Miami.

"She wants to live her life," Navarro continued. "Leave Gisele the hell alone. Go make your money elsewhere. Really? I thought that was really tacky."

<p>Netflix; ABC</p> Tom Brady; Ana Navarro on 'The View'

Netflix; ABC

Tom Brady; Ana Navarro on 'The View'

Alyssa Farah Griffin, former communications staffer for Donald Trump, said that the roast "bordered on mean" and felt "mean-spirited" to her — especially a portion that saw the audience at Inglewood, Calif.'s Kia Forum boo guest roaster Kim Kardashian.

"I love comedy and I like to laugh, but not at people's expense. That makes me uncomfortable," legal expert Sunny Hostin added. "If you agreed to executive-produce your own roast and you're making money from it and you agree to it, that's one thing, but it is another thing [to bring Gisele into it]."

Navarro closed the segment by suggesting that Brady "should give Gisele half" of the earnings he made from the three-hour livestream, and further criticized the NFL icon for approaching comedian Jeff Ross to scold him for making a joke about New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft — but didn't tell others to back off of Bündchen.

Entertainment Weekly has reached out to representatives for Brady and Bündchen for comment.

The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC.

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