George Clooney is speaking out after his former ER co-star Vanessa Marquez accused him of helping blacklist her from the medical drama. The actress took to Twitter this week after Clooney spoke out against Harvey Weinstein and then accused him of helping “blacklist me when I spoke up [about] harassment on ER.” Here is what [...]
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In yet another stunning twist to the Hollywood-wide sex abuse scandal, former “ER” actress Vanessa Marquez took to Twitter Friday, accusing George Clooney of helping to get her blacklisted after revealing to show management that she was “sexually and racially harassed daily on set.” I know quite a bit but I'd love to know more. Show More Summary
George Clooney denied that he “blacklisted” a fellow ER star after she complained about sexual harassment on the set of the hit TV show, amid the Harvey Weinstein sordid sex scandal exploding in Hollywood. Vanessa Marquez, who played Nurse Wendy Goldman on the NBC show from 1994 to 1997, Tweeted that Clooney hurt her career Read More
New phone, who dis. George Clooney is speaking out against ER actress Vanessa Marquez's claim that he played a role in having her "blacklisted" for speaking out about harassment she witnessed on the set of the medical drama. Related: Harvey Weinstein's Male Collaborators Get Called Out For Remaining Silent In a statement on Friday, the industry vet denied [...]
Clooney denies blacklisting Vanessa Marquez for speaking up about harassment on set.
As we continue to play the painfully frustrating game of "How Many Men in Hollywood Suck?” we may be adding George Clooney to the list. Vanessa Marquez, who played nurse Wendy Goldman during the first three seasons of ER, claims that Clooney helped blacklist her for speaking up about harassment on the set of the show.
George Clooney says he had no part in blacklisting ER actress Vanessa Marquez for speaking out about harassment, nor even knew she’d been blacklisted. "I had no idea Vanessa was blacklisted,” Clooney said in a statement. “I take her at her word. Show More Summary
In yet another stunning twist to the Hollywood-wide sex abuse scandal, former “ER” actress Vanessa Marquez took to Twitter Friday, accusing George Clooney of helping to get her blacklisted after revealing to show management that she was...Show More Summary
Vanessa Marquez is calling B.S. on George Clooney's condemnation of Harvey Weinstein! As we previously reported, the 56-year-old industry vet publicly denounced the indie movie mogul following The New York Times and The New Yorker's exposés detailing Weinstein's decades of sexual misconduct. Show More Summary
'Harvey Weinstein’s reported behavior is abhorrent and unacceptable, and it has no place in our society,' Bob Iger said.
George Clooney, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep and more stars respond to allegations of rape and sexual harassment against the once-most powerful man in Hollywood.
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"I can tell you that I’ve never seen any of this behavior — ever," Clooney said.
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Even more Hollywood actors are going public to speak out against producer Harvey Weinstein after the New York Times reported on decades of alleged sexual harassment. Weinstein has already lost his job at the company he founded, and celebs including Meryl Streep have already denounced him. Show More Summary
"There’s nothing to say except that it’s indefensible." George Clooney is the latest Hollywood star to speak out against Harvey Weinstein, describing the alleged acts of sexual misconduct carried out by the film producer as “indefensible” and comparing his behaviour to that of President Donald Trump. Show More Summary