Emily Bett Rickards, who's now on Arrow, was more direct in her message addressing Kreisberg (but not by name) as she praised the women who spoke up while criticizing the men who were complicit in allowing sexual harassment to happen. She continued, thanking the women who have spoken up: "You are heroines".
Kreisberg is the latest Hollywood power player to be accused of sexual misconduct, with Harvey Weinstein, James Toback, Brett Ratner and Kevin Spacey among the other names linked to the scandal sweeping the industry. Fans have had mixed thoughts about Rickards' Arrow character Felicity Smoak, but they can probably agree with her statement. Warner Bros. has already suspended the EP while it conducts an internal investigation over the matter, Variety reported.
"To the men who committed harassment, who perpetuated rape culture, who turn a "blind eye, ' and complain about 'reverse sexism": you are weak and complicit", Rickards wrote.
She went on to add, "Sadly, the show and my career are part of an industry that doesn't always mirror these sentiments".
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Arrow star Stephen Amell has come forward to speak about the sexual harassment allegations against the show's producer Andrew Kreisberg. TV Group said the studio takes the allegations "extremely seriously", adding officials are "committed to creating a safe working environment for our employees and everyone involved in our productions". "You are the ones ushering in change that would allow all of us to work in an environment where we are respected and safe", Caity Lotz posted to Twitter. Several women said the environment got so "toxic" and hostile that they would leave the room as soon as the producer entered.
He denied to Variety that any inappropriate touching or massages occurred.
Following allegations of sexual harassment against Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, stars from the DC superhero shows on The CW are speaking out. He's also reportedly made sexualized comments about "women's appearances, their clothes, and their perceived desirability". All of should, without fear or shame. "Going to H.R. never crossed my mind, because it seems like nothing's been enforced", one woman said; Variety notes that human resources began interviewing female staffers once stories about Kreisberg's behavior began to spread.
"Though the 29-year-old did not identify herself as one of the 15 women who spoke out against Kreisberg (all of the sources in Variety's original exposé requested anonymity), she did allude to the situation, writing, "...
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