The allegations came to light after Franco faced criticism for wearing a “Time’s Up” pin at the Golden Globes to show support for a movement launched by Hollywood women to fight sexual harassment and gender inequality. 10 that it had suspended Achenbach, a reporter, for 90 days without pay following allegations of “inappropriate workplace conduct” with current and former female colleagues.The newspaper did not detail the allegations against Achenbach.10, days before Braudy’s allegations went public, Douglas told Deadline that his attorney had been contacted by The Hollywood Reporter regarding allegations, which align with Brady’s, against him.
Copperfield’s spokesperson declined to comment to TIME.
In a statement released on his Twitter and Instagram pages shortly before The Wrap published its report, Copperfield said: “The #Me Too movement is crucial and long overdue.
In an email to the Associated Press, Testino’s lawyer Andrew Brettler said, “We are not providing any further comment at this time.” Actress Eliza Dushku said Joel Kramer, a stunt coordinator, molested her when she was 12 years old while in production for the 1994 film .
Kramer, who was 36 at the time, was involved in her stunt coordination during the production of the film.
Other former colleagues and associates of Levinsohn said they had seen him aggressively kissing a woman at an event. “This week, we became aware of allegations that Ross Levinsohn acted inappropriately.
We are immediately launching an investigation so that we have a better understanding of what’s occurred,” A spokesperson said on Tronc’s behalf.We all want people who feel they’ve been victims of sexual misconduct to be empowered, and as a rule we should listen, so more will feel comfortable coming forward.” “But imagine what it’s like, believing in the movement, and having also been falsely accused publicly in the past,” he wrote.“Always listen, and consider everything carefully, but please for everyone’s sake don’t rush to judgment.” Copperfield’s statement appears to reference a 2007 allegation made by Lacey Carroll, who told authorities Copperfield invited her to his home in the Bahamas and sexually assaulted her.Levinsohn told NPR’s CEO Jarl Mohn that the allegations against him were “lies,” according to NPR.The law firm Lavely & Singer, which represents Testino, challenged the character and credibility of those who spoke out.In a statement to the , Achenbach said: “I’m very sorry to say that I’ve behaved badly and have been suspended by The Post for three months for inappropriate workplace conduct.I’ve said and done things that were unprofessional, and I apologize to the women affected by this and acknowledge their courage in speaking out.” NPR reported on Jan.In a Facebook post, Duskhu said Kramer intentionally injured her in a stunt after she told an adult about the incident. 11 that five women accused Franco of sexually inappropriate behavior.Four of the women were Franco’s former acting students, while another said Franco was her mentor.The duo is known for their chaotic live shows and lo-fi melancholic homemade productions. Since the New York Times and The New Yorker first published allegations of sexual harassment and rape against Harvey Weinstein by Rose Mc Gowan, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd and dozens of others, the disgraced producer has been fired from his company and Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance is reportedly seeking an indictment against him.