Actress: ‘How to survive in a world full of Harveys’

Conservative Firing Line | 11/17/2017 | Staff
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Amidst the sexual harassment allegations surrounding several high-profile members of the Hollywood film industry, the Harvey’s, (Harvey Weinstein) which comes as no surprise to most people, actress, singer, and model Julienne Davis outlines how to deal with these issues.

Unknown to many outside of Hollywood and the fashion world, Davis herself was drugged and molested in her 20s.

Julienne - Davis

Julienne Davis explains:

Reports of past sexual misconduct by actors Kevin Spacey, Dustin Hoffman, Charlie Sheen, comedian Louis CK, director Brett Ratner and others in Hollywood are being added on an almost daily basis.

Floodgates - Change

The proverbial floodgates have well and truly opened. But will it force a lasting change?

In the short term possibly, but it the long term I’m not so sure.

Take-down - Sleazebags - Fashion - Industry - London

Why do I say this? Because a similar take-down of some of the sleazebags in the fashion industry in London, Paris and Milan in the late 1990’s happened when the BBC aired a huge expose.

I was one of the models at the time who secretly gave the BBC information about the goings on that led to the undercover expose about the industry. It was a huge story that generated lots of headlines. People were named, shamed and fired. It literally dismantled some of the fashion industry…for a time.

Years - Predators - Industry - Positions - Power

Tragically, only a few years later, many of those same predators were back in the industry, in positions of power, denying wrongdoing and covering up the truth.

Like many in the fashion and film industry I had experienced some horrible incidents and bad and precarious situations over the course of my career. The worst occasion was when I was a naïve 20-year-old. I was drugged and seriously molested by a now deceased Hollywood producer I had met.

Shame

Thankfully I wasn’t actually raped, but I was traumatized by what had happened. I felt shame that I’d allowed him to convince me...
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