SAG Considering Actions Against Morgan Freeman After Allegations

<img src="https://" /><p>The Screen Actors Guild isn't wasting any time in considering <em>"corrective actions"</em> against <a href=";utm_medium=Social-Distribution&amp;utm_source=SR-TW&amp;utm_campaign=SR-TW">Morgan Freeman following claims of sexual harassment</a> against the 2018 SAG Life Achievement Award honoree. Freeman, of course, has been one of Hollywood's most celebrated actors, having earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for 2004's boxing drama <em>Million Dollar Baby</em> and four more Academy Award nominations, as well as a Golden Globe win for the 1989 drama <em>Driving Miss Daisy</em> and four more Globe nominations and the Hollywood Foreign Press' Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2012.</p><p>Such achievements as well as memberships in industry organizations for all actors and filmmakers have come under scrutiny, however, in the advent of the <a href="">#MeToo and Time's Up movements</a>, which began with the <a href="">studio mogul Harvey Weinstein last fall</a>. Since then, dozens of prominent industry personnel have been outed by accusers for alleged sexual misconduct, and in response, some high profile industry organizations are taking further actions to punish those named in the allegations. The irony for Freeman is that the sexual harassment allegations come after his gender equality-infused speech at the SAG Awards where he called out the statuette for being gender specific.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">SAG Considering Actions Against Morgan Freeman After Allegations</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">SAG Considering Actions Against Morgan Freeman After Allegations</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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