Hollywood’s A-listers are starting to fall like dominoes. With the outing of sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, a litany of women who’ve been sexually harassed and in other ways preyed upon by the big names of Hollywood have felt emboldened to come forward with their secrets they’ve felt too ashamed to reveal for many years.
First and foremost, we want to thank every woman who’s come forward, and we want to let you know that you have nothing to be ashamed of. You are very brave for coming forward, and our hats are off to you. You are true heroines.
It seems that refugee superstar George Clooney is the latest A-lister to be outed in the scandal.
— Cernovich Media (@CernovichNews) October 13, 2017
Vanessa Marquez, an actress on the old show “ER” written by the late great author Michael Critchon, and the show where Clooney got his start, doing something almost no Hollywood superstar has ever done- start with T.V and transition to the big screen- has come out and claimed that Clooney helped get her “blacklisted” in Hollywood. She claims she was harassed sexually and racially daily on the set of ER, and that Clooney helped bury the story, because “big names” were involved.
B.S.Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER.'women who dont play the game lose career'I did https://t.co/ur466NCkII
— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
As you can see from her Tweet above, Marquez believes that speaking up about the harassment she endured cost her her career. Since none of us have really her of her, at least no one other than ER fans, she just may very well be right.