Bill Maher’s ex girlfriend Coco Johnsen is adding more fuel onto the fire that is currently roasting his soul.TMZ caught up with her to ask her about Maher’s n-word controversy and she revealed that she wasn’t shocked at all.Then again, Cara's Web site (carasantamaria.com) reveals she's also fond of piercing, fishnets and merry widows.Bill confirms to us that he and Cara are serious but cautions, “Neither one of us believes in God or marriage, so I guess a big church wedding is out.” - Sean and Robin Wright Penn may have made up again, some friends believe.is an American comedian, political commentator, and television host.He is well known for the HBO political talk show Real Time with Bill Maher (2003–present) and the similar late-night show called Politically Incorrect, originally on Comedy Central and later on ABC.The group would discuss topical issues selected by Maher, who also participated in the discussions. Maher's remarks after 9/11 were not the first time he had sparked controversy on Politically Incorrect.Politically Incorrect won an array of awards, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Technical Direction, two Cable ACE awards for Best Talk Show Series, and a Genesis Award for Best Television Talk Show. In the same year, he expressed his deep regrets and apologized after being widely criticized for comparing his dogs to retarded children.
She also claimed he verbally abused her with degrading racial comments. But he's so into his new young girlfriend, Cara Santa Maria, that he's telling friends he may break his own rule, according to a source.Cara, who got her masters in neurobiology at 22, seems a departure for 53-year-old Bill Maher, whose taste has run toward mocha beauties like centerfold Nancy “Coco” Johnson and “video vixen” Karrine Steffans.Maher earned numerous award nominations for his producing, writing and hosting of Politically Incorrect, including ten Emmy nominations, two TV Guide nominations, and two Writers Guild nominations. The show was canceled on June 16, 2002, and the Sinclair Broadcast Group had dropped the show from its ABC-affiliated stations months prior.ABC decided against renewing Maher's contract for Politically Incorrect in 2002, after he made a controversial on-air remark six days after the September 11 attacks. On June 22, 2002, just six days after the cancellation of Politically Incorrect, Maher received the Los Angeles Press Club president's award (for "championing free speech").