Blake Lively was sexually harassed by makeup artist

Blake Lively was sexually harassed by makeup artist

In the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein, many celebrities are coming forward to speak about their experience with sexual harassment in Hollywood-including Blake Lively.

"After three months of complaining, they called me into my trailer and said, 'We need to talk to you.' I thought, 'Well finally, they're going to do something about this man who I had to have touching me all day, '" Lively recalled. "And this is very serious and we can't have this happen again.'" What is life.

Blake took her case to a lawyer, and the investigation led to the makeup artist being removed from the project.

However, Blake has claimed the team's production manager still wrote a positive letter of recommendation to the disgraced make-up artist so he could work on another project because they didn't want any "bad blood".

Blake Lively has opened up about her history with sexual harassment on set and the difficulty she had getting anyone to act on her behalf when it was happening.

It's understood that the make-up artist is still an active member of the industry.

It has now been more than a week since a series of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein began to come to light, and still more are coming almost every day.

The star told producers about what had happened to no effect. "I never heard any stories like this-I never heard anything specific-but it's devastating to hear". The producer was sacked from the Weinstein Company on Sunday after a damning New York Times expose detailing decades of abuse.

She added, "As important as it is to remain furious about this, it's important to also say that this exists everywhere so do not forget to look everywhere. It's important that we don't stand for this and that we don't focus on one or two or three or four stories, it's important that we focus on humanity in general and say, 'This is unacceptable, '" she added.

The Weinstein scandal has revealed women (and men) in the business are still being harassed. Many actresses, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd, Kate Beckinsale and Angelina Jolie have spoken out about their experiences with Weinstein's alleged inappropriate behavior.

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