On Thursday, Jenny McCarthy retold her harassment story involving Steven Seagal from 1995.
"I got to the hotel at 10:40, and she wasn't there". "But I so wanted to legitimately read for this part that I wasn't gonna give up yet". I said, 'Excuse me, I am changing in here, ' but he insisted, 'I need to see what you look like.' I told him that I wasn't comfortable and began screaming for the wardrobe person. According to Miz McCarthy, Seagal sexually harassed her during an audition for the film Under Siege 2.
She said the actor told her there was nudity in the part and that he couldn't tell what her body looked like in the oversized dress she was wearing.
"So I stand across from (Seagal) and he plops onto a sofa that's near a fireplace", McCarthy recalled.
Hear McCarthy's full account on The Jenny McCarthy Show.
She wrote: "I'm proud of my wife". She says she came forward to back up the claims of two other women who accused Piven of sexual misconduct. "In my head, I'm like, 'Okay here we go". "Activate all defense systems, '" she said.More news: Duncan woman receives deferred sentence for marriage to biological mother
"He told me how important it was to have chemistry off-screen as he sat me down and unzipped his leather trousers", de Rossi tweeted late Wednesday. Then, I hope she sent him/her a picture of her wedding to Ellen DeGeneres with the caption, "Steven Seagal was not my type".
You know de Rossi is telling the truth in this case because of the outlet she used.
"I told him, 'You're married, ' and he just said, 'Ah, you are no fun, '" the executive claimed. I'm just really excited to read for this part.
Going from "shocked to sadness", McCarthy yelled, "Go buy my Playboy video".
She added that her agent was "unfazed" when told of the matter.
"I thought about like, 'I was the last girl that day". How many girls had to take off their clothes? Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi's partner of 9 years, has written a supportive tweet in response. When she entered his hotel room, "I saw his gun, which I had never seen a gun in real life".