Within the fallout of the numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against movie producer Harvey Weinstein, actors varying from James Van Der Beek to Tippi Hedren have shared their very own tales of harassment in Hollywood. Now, it’s Blake Lively’s turn.
Talking to the Los Angeles Occasions inside a recent interview, the “All I See Is You” actress remembered the “terrifying” experience with using a makeup artist who allegedly harassed her.
“It’s essential that women are furious at this time,Inches she ongoing. “It’s essential that there’s an uprising. It’s essential that we don’t are a symbol of every part we don’t concentrate on a couple of or 3 or 4 tales, it’s essential that we concentrate on humanity generally and say, ‘This is unacceptable.’”
The makeup artist was finally taken off the work after Lively circumvented the producers if you take in the problem with her lawyer, which led to an analysis into his behavior.
“It transpires with women everywhere, constantly, enough where women have no idea believe that this can be a real assault,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “I’ve had lots of unexpected things happen in my experience may it be fitting an outfit for promenade at some clothing store, to some director being inappropriate, to some guy walking lower the road in which you don’t think, ‘Oh well, that wasn’t really sexual assault — this person just, like, grabbed my butt.’”