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Elisabeth Hasselbeck says Rosie O’Donnell‘s claims of a mutual crush — and her characterization of female athletes’ sexuality — were “offensive” and “disturbing.”

In Variety writer Ramin Setoodeh’s upcoming book “Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of ‘The View,” O’Donnell says she had “a little bit of a crush … but it was in no way sexualized” on Hasselbeck when they worked together on “The View” — despite their on-air feuding. She went on to say of Hasselbeck, who has been married to ex-football player Tim Hasselbeck since 2002: “I think there were underlying lesbian undertones on both parts …  She was the MVP of a Division 1 softball team for two years that won the finals. There are not many, in my life, girls with such athletic talent on sports teams that are traditionally male that aren’t at least a little bit gay.”

Hasselbeck, who played softball at Boston College, went on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning and spoke out about the claims by saying, “I think her casting a stereotype on female athletes in what she said … and that all female athletes are a little bit gay … That’s an unfair stereotype and it seems selfish in a way and I think that it’s untrue.”

Adding that it “was disturbing to read those things and it was offensive to me,” Hasselbeck said she “immediately started praying” after reading the excerpt after it was released on Monday. She then brought up workplace harassment: “I pray now the holy spirit gives me the words to articulate this. I think it can be addressed with both truth and grace. And the truth is … if you took her words and you replaced Rosie for Ronald, there would be an objectification of women in the workplace. So that is disturbing and it’s wrong. And whether you’re a man or you’re a woman and you’re objectifying women in the workplace it’s wrong.”

Hasselbeck said she tried to call O’Donnell Monday after the book excerpt was released but that she had an old phone number for her former colleague. Ultimately, Hasselbeck said she forgives and prays for O’Donnell and hopes the two can “be at peace.” 

Hasselbeck, 41, worked on “The View” from 2003 to 2013.

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