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Jane Seymour was s-xually assaulted by Hollywood star at his home

Jane Seymour. 27/11/2006 Photograph: ©Fran Veale


Jane Seymour was s-xually assaulted by Hollywood star at his home


Actress Jane Seymour has revealed that she was sexually assaulted by a Hollywood producer and that her son was roofied and assaulted by a powerful male publicist.

In an interview with Megyn Kelly Today, Seymour described her experiences in detail, becoming the latest person to lend her voice to the #MeToo movement.

Seymour did not name the producer who assaulted her but described attending a screening of her film test at his home after being told that he wanted to screen it for her.

When she arrived, there were no other people there, and the producer put his hand on her thigh, saying, “you know what you’ve got to do,” prompting her to leave his home immediately.

The producer threatened her, saying, “if you ever tell anyone that you were ever here, let alone what happened, you will never work again anywhere, anywhere in the world.”

Seymour decided to tell her team that she did not attend the meeting and quit acting after the incident.

Years later, she found herself at the same home for a dinner in honor of Princess Margaret’s visit to Los Angeles, and the producer did not recognize her.

He later offered her the chance to audition for the role that would make her a star in Somewhere In Time.

Seymour’s experiences of sexual assault did not end with her.

Her son Sean Flynn was roofied and assaulted by a publicist after a film premiere.

The publicist offered to take Flynn and a friend to meet influential people, but he roofied Flynn and started to assault him in the car.

Flynn’s friend saw what was happening and was able to help him escape.

Seymour said that she was speaking out now to help others who might be going through similar experiences.

“We have to talk about it, and we have to be brave enough to say something because otherwise, nothing will change,” she said.

The Hollywood producer who assaulted Seymour has been identified as Ray Stark, who launched Barbara Streisand’s career after casting her in Funny Girl.

Stark also produced The Way We Were, The Owl and the Pussycat, Annie, Steel Magnolias, California Suite, and The Goodbye Girl, earning two Oscar nominations over the course of his career.

Seymour did not name the publicist who assaulted her son, but she did say that he was a powerful man in Hollywood.

She also noted that her son was lucky to have escaped the situation relatively unscathed.

“My son was very shaken by it,” she said. “But he wasn’t physically hurt.”

Seymour’s experiences are sadly not unique.

The #MeToo movement has highlighted the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood and other industries, with many people speaking out about their own experiences of abuse.

Seymour hopes that by speaking out, she can help others who might be going through similar experiences.

Seymour was appearing on Megyn Kelly Today to promote her new book, The Road Ahead, a collection of inspirational stories.

However, her revelations about her experiences of sexual assault quickly became the focus of the interview.

The interview with Seymour is the latest in a series of high-profile revelations about sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood.

The #MeToo movement has led to the downfall of numerous powerful men in the entertainment industry, including Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Louis C.K. Seymour’s decision to speak out is an important step in raising awareness about the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood.

By sharing her experiences, she is helping to give a voice to those who have been silenced for too long.

The interview is a reminder that sexual harassment and assault can happen to anyone, regardless of their age, gender, or profession.

It is important that we all work together to create a culture where these types of behavior are not tolerated.

Seymour’s experience also highlights the power dynamics at play in Hollywood and other industries.

The fact that she was threatened with never working again if she spoke out shows how difficult it can be for victims of sexual assault to come forward.

However, Seymour’s decision to speak out shows that there is hope for change.

The #MeToo movement has empowered many people to speak out about their experiences of abuse, and this has led to a greater awareness of the problem.

Seymour’s interview is also a reminder that sexual assault can have a long-lasting impact on its victims.

She quit acting after her experience with Stark and only returned to the industry years later.

Her son was also affected by his assault, and it is likely that he will carry the trauma with him for the rest of his life.

The fact that Seymour and her son were both victims of sexual assault highlights the need for greater awareness of the issue.


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