Morgan Freeman is being accused of Inappropriate Behavior by eight women and harassment…
According to CNN:
Young production assistant says that she was harassed by the actor back in 2015, while working on the set of Going In Style’, which was about a bank heist that starred Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin. She confesses that Mr. Freeman subjected her to unwanted sexual advances such as lifing up her skirt and asking if she was wearing underwear…. This went on every day and he would even rub her lower back…
He would touch it and try to lift it, she would move away, and then he’d try again. Eventually, she said, Alan [Arkin] made a comment telling him to stop. Morgan got freaked out and didn’t know what to say.
Freeman’s alleged inappropriate behavior was not limited to that one movie set, according to other sources who spoke to CNN. A woman who was a senior member of the production staff of the movie “Now You See Me” in 2012 told CNN that Freeman sexually harassed her and her female assistant on numerous occasions by making comments about their bodies. She said,
He did comment on our bodies… We knew that if he was coming by … not to wear any top that would show our breasts, not to wear anything that would show our bottoms, meaning not wearing clothes that [were] fitted.
In all, 16 people spoke to CNN about Freeman as part of this investigation, eight of whom said they were victims of what some called harassment and others called inappropriate behavior by Freeman. Eight said they witnessed Freeman’s alleged conduct. These 16 people together described a pattern of inappropriate behavior by Freeman on set, while promoting his movies and at his production company Revelations Entertainment.
Of those 16, seven people described an environment at Revelations Entertainment that included allegations of harassment or inappropriate behavior by Freeman there, with one incident allegedly witnessed by Lori McCreary, Freeman’s co-founder in the enterprise, and another in which she was the target of demeaning comments by Freeman in a public setting. One of those seven people alleged that McCreary made a discriminatory remark regarding a female candidate for a job at the Producers Guild of America, where McCreary is co-president.
No no no not Morgan. He played GOD wtf. Nobody’s safe!