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David Glasser has been Harvey Weinstein’s right-hand man for the better part of a decade.
Now, after Weinstein’s spectacular downfall in a sex harassment scandal this week, Glasser has been put in charge of the mogul’s imploding entertainment company alongside Weinstein’s brother, Bob.
Vanessa Marquez, who starred in the show for its first three seasons, said that actor Eriq La Salle and another crew member were “p*ssy grabbers,” and said she suffered racial abuse from at least three of her castmates.
From Page Six: A former “ER” actress claims that she was sexually and racially harassed daily on set — and George Clooney helped “blacklist” her from Hollywood when she complained.
“Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER.’women who don’t play the game lose career’I did,” tweeted Vanessa Marquez, who played a nurse on the show’s first three seasons.#Women Boycott Twitter was trending big on Thursday night and continued to balloon in the U.
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Kelly said that she agreed to the meeting but refused to go to Weinstein’s room, and instead met him at the restaurant inside his hotel with an assistant.
‘He bulls*** me for 5 minutes re: movies he could put me in, then asked the assistant to excuse us,’ said Kelly.
They don’t feel safe enough to do so, period,” Wood explained. Everyone believes she sided with him because he was set to produce a miniseries from one of her books.
“I’m guilty of this as well because I have not named my abusers not because I don’t plan on saying these people’s names eventually but because to start that process is an emotionally draining, financially draining, really everything draining thing to do and to go through. when I’m ready.” Update – p.m.: Feminist attorney Lisa Bloom is again trying to dig herself out of the hole she dug by advising Weinstein. The real career-killer, though, is the news she sought to discredit Harvey’s victims.
But Glasser, who serves as president and chief operating officer of the Weinstein Co., has long been dogged by legal issues that date back more than two decades.