"It was a really fun set of commercials we did there and he was just a delight. He was just adorable, fun, mischievous, liked to joke around, very, very smart … He was very obedient and it was like having a kid on the set," Fairchild told TV's "Inside Edition." "I saw no aggressive behavior. I saw an adorable, much younger, smaller, chimpanzee. I read now that he weighed 200 pounds. Believe me, I lifted him in the commercial, and I cannot lift 200 pounds."
The actress went on to say when she heard the story about a chimpanzee attacking the friend of his owner in Connecticut this week, she didn't realize she knew him.
"I wish they had used a stun gun ...," Fairchild said. "For the lady he attacked, I am so sorry … it's a horrible experience that no one should have to go through. And also the lady who owns him -- it's like a death in the family. He was like a child to her … my sympathies to her, too, for this loss."
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