Noel Clarke told actress he likes s-x from behind
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Actor Noel Clarke, who is facing allegations of inappropriate conduct towards 20 women, is now facing additional accusations of s**ual harassment and inappropriate behavior on the set of the popular BBC series Doctor Who.
The broadcaster expressed shock at the new reports and pledged to investigate the specific claims.
One female costume assistant claimed that Clarke told her he had a preference for women with long hair so he could hold onto it during certain s**ual positions.
Another female crew member alleged that Clarke repeatedly touched her inappropriately and pressured her to engage in s**ual activities with him at his hotel.
She pleaded with the assistant director to no longer be alone with Clarke.
Furthermore, a former runner on the show accused Clarke of s**ually harassing her and a coworker at a bar in a hotel in Cardiff during the mid-2000s.
When they rejected his advances, he allegedly became rude and aggressive towards them and spread rumors about them on set.
Clarke, however, denied these allegations and his lawyers claimed that he does not drink and therefore had no reason to be present at the hotel bar.
Clarke has vehemently denied all allegations of s**ual misconduct and inappropriate behavior, including these latest accusations.
Following the public disclosure of the claims, he was stripped of a BAFTA award he had received earlier in the month.
Clarke gained widespread recognition through his role as Mickey Smith, the vehicle technician, on Doctor Who from 2005 to 2010.
The BBC issued a statement expressing shock at the allegations and reaffirming its stance against inappropriate behavior.
They promised to thoroughly investigate any specific claims made and encouraged individuals who have experienced or witnessed inappropriate behavior to report it directly.
The statement emphasized the BBC’s zero-tolerance approach and the existence of robust processes to handle complaints and concerns with utmost seriousness and care.
In addition to the allegations against Clarke, his Doctor Who co-star John Barrowman, who portrayed Captain Jack Harkness, has also been accused of exposing himself repeatedly on the set of the show.
A video from 2015 resurfaced in which Clarke can be seen making jokes about Barrowman exposing his genitals.
Barrowman acknowledged his behavior but stated that it was intended as harmless humor and entertainment for his colleagues.
He expressed regret for any upset caused and highlighted that he was not aware of any allegations against Clarke.
In response to the revelations surrounding Clarke, over 980 figures from the TV and film industry, including actors, producers, and broadcasters, signed an open letter demanding an end to the industry’s sexist culture.
The letter acknowledged that Clarke’s case is not isolated and called attention to the prevalence of s**ual harassment and abuse within the industry, perpetrated by individuals in positions of power.
It emphasized the need for men to condemn such behavior and advocated for greater representation of women in senior positions to effect meaningful change.
The letter shed light on the experiences of women who have faced various forms of harassment, from workplace comments on appearance to groping and s**ual assault.
It emphasized the exhaustion and anger felt by women who are constantly navigating these situations, often fearing retaliation or being dismissed as “killjoys.” The letter called for a reevaluation of the culture in the TV and film industry and an end to the normalization of sexism and harassment.
It also highlighted the intersecting issues of race, gender, sexuality, and disability within the industry.
The ongoing allegations against Clarke and the discussions they have sparked reflect a larger problem of discrimination and abuse within the TV industry.
Recent data has shown a decrease in female representation in senior roles, along with underrepresentation of transgender, Black, Asian, minority ethnic, and disabled individuals.
The letter emphasized the urgent need for a cultural shift, one that holds predators and harassers accountable and provides a supportive and inclusive environment for all individuals working in the industry.
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