George Clooney’s former colleague on the hit show “ER,” actress Vanessa Marquez, accused him on Friday of helping “blacklist” her after she went to the show’s producer with claims of crew members’ sexual and racial harassment.
The actress had accused actor Eriq La Salle and other crew members of sexual harassment, calling them “pussy grabbers.” She further said she was subject to racial abuse from Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle, and Julianna Margulies for her Mexican heritage, Page Six reported.
Marquez retweeted a story on Tuesday, showing Clooney had spoken out against Harvey Weinstein’s allegations, with her comment, “B.S.” She further said Clooney “helped blacklist” her from work in Hollywood after she came forward about her harassment allegations.
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
Marquez continued the fight on Twitter, Friday, calling out her harassers before explaining she had reported her claims to “ER” producer John Wells.
I’ve named them.Pussy grabbers:Eric LaSalle&Terence Nightingall. Racial:Anthony,Noah,Julianna&.Call WB legal.mmmkay! https://t.co/EHH78Ghfqq
— Ghoul Please (@vanessathought) October 13, 2017
Well Wells was the boss&I 1st reported …read more
Source:: Washington Free Beacon