Trump Basher, George Clooney Accused of Sexual Assault
After seeing the way Hollywood celebrities have been treating President Trump and his supporters it’s refreshing to see big names in Leftist Hollywood being taken down. George Clooney has been very vocal about his hatred for President Trump and anyone who supports him, so it’s great to see his career come crashing down.
A former E.R. actress has come forward to claim that George Clooney both sexually and racially harassed her while on set. She has stated that it wasn’t just a one time thing, either. As soon as she came forward about the harassment, she was blacklisted.
If I’m being totally honest, it doesn’t surprise me. Clooney has made some great movies, and his acting is on point, however, multiple sources over the years have said some not-so-nice things about his character in real life. George Clooney is the type of guy who allows his ego to take over every single aspect of his life. He’s the kind of man who thinks that he can get away with anything because he’s good looking and has money. Hollywood celebrities like Clooney have been dictating the way that many Americans dress, eat, and their lifestyle choices, but times are changing. Now, the everyday American is standing up for themselves.
Page Six reported:
“Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER.’women who dont play the game lose career’I did,” tweeted Vanessa Marquez, who played a nurse on the show’s first three seasons.
She accused actor Eriq La Salle and a crew member of being “p—sy grabbers” and said racial abuse about her Mexican heritage came from “Anthony, Noah, Julianna,” referring to cast members Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle, and Julianna Margulies.
The actress explained that she brought her complaint to the attention of executive producer John Wells. She stated, “Wells was the boss and I first reported it to him. His first question: Did George do something to you?”
Marquez has been in numerous short films as well as television movies since the 1990s. Her IMDB page explains that she has appeared in “Under Suspicion” and “Stand and Deliver” along with many other movies. She also appeared on the A&E show “Intervention” to talk about her personal issue with a shopping addiction in 2005.
Marquez accused Clooney of sexual assault after Clooney denounced producer Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault. He described the actions Weinstein was accused of as “indefensible.” He also said he had no idea what the movie mogul was doing when he was out of the public’s eye.
It’s interesting now that Clooney seemed to take Weinstein’s side. If these accusations are true, it would make both of them sexual predators, and in that case they would have a lot in common. It’s sickening to see men with well-known names use their platforms to take advantage of other people. They are under the impression that they can do whenever they want, but in reality the truth always comes out.
Marquez took to Twitter to explain her side of the story, and she didn’t hold back when it came to slamming Clooney for his actions. While Marquez is another Hollywood Liberal, she still has rights, like every other American, and I stand by her in this case. She deserves justice for what Clooney put her through.