Rebel Wilson says the co-star didn’t just sexually harass her – she ‘tried’
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Rebel Wilson 7 giving more details about a “disgusting” incident with his previous co-star
In an interview with Dr. PeopleThe 42-year-old actress opened up about her new set Netflix Movies Senior year, Note that he likes to have “humor and heart”. But most importantly, he wanted to “make sure there is a lot of respect for everyone” because he knows very well that not every movie set is always like that.
You may have heard of him before, there was a moment in his career several years ago, even before the #MeToo movement started, when he was harassed on the set by an unnamed male co-star. He recalled at the outlet:
“He called me into a room and took off his pants.”
Then, as he revealed earlier, the unnamed actor requested that he do an obscene act in front of his friends. He doesn’t get into dirty details with People, But he has spoken before. He first complained Twitter November 2017 thread, written at the time:
“A male star, in a position of power, told me to go to a room with him and then repeatedly told me to stick my finger in his ass. When her male ‘friends’ tried to film the incident on their iPhone and laughed. I didn’t say it over and over and I finally got out of the room. “
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The comedian had earlier said that he and his agent had made “an official complaint” at the studio. But the revenge was more terrible!
The Pitch Perfect The star says People:
“It was horrible and disgusting. And all the behavior after that – it was all before #MeToo – where they tried to destroy me and my career. If it had happened after #MeToo, I could have exploded them.”
Honestly, we wouldn’t blame him if he wanted to call her Now To do something terrible like this. We mean, they tried to kill his career, it would be fair play, right?
But he won’t. And as far as we can tell, no one was able to determine who it was. So we guess they’ll just get away with it? Ike
Rebel, who has a law degree University of New South WalesHe uses his legal training to do what he can at the moment, explaining:
“Because I’m a lawyer, I registered it. I called my representative. I got some written things about what happened. Of course within the industry circles, I made sure people knew what had happened. “
But in the end, as we have seen, studios only work when enough fans demand it and force their hands. So he’s probably still making movies there.
Understandably, Rebel is still struggling with his decision to continue working with the actor and finish the film after the incident:
“Why am I in that situation … with that horrible guy? I should have left. It wasn’t worth it. But at the same time, I think, ‘Oh well, do the right thing, be professional and finish the movie.’ Now I would never do that. I thought it was a big step to even complain to my company. And to complain in the studio. I found out that I was the fourth person to complain against the man. Done. “
The Fourth?? Oh, now we really want to know who this jerk is! Rebel added:
“If it happened again, I would probably be able to stand up for myself more just because of the courage of other women who have stood up and now have given me a chance.”
Now, she hopes to use her platform and movies for positive change:
“I want to have strong girl-power and women empowerment themes in the movies I make. I want to entertain people and I want people to take something positive. “
Unfortunately, many people have faced similar situations from their colleagues. But we’re glad that Rebel is talking about this moment and seems to be trying to change something in other film sets. Senior year.
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