An actress who starred in the US series Mad Men has accused Oscar nominated screenwriter James Toback of trying to 'dry hump' her and licking her armpit during an audition. Becky Wahlstrom said she fought off Toback's unwanted advances, knocking over a glass table and trashing his hotel room in her desperation to escape. She documented the alleged assault in 1998 in seven pages of her diary - including pencil drawings of her alleged abuser.
An actress who starred in the US series Mad Men has accused Oscar nominated screenwriter James Toback of trying to 'dry hump' her and licking her armpit during an audition. Becky Wahlstrom, who was a student at London’s Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, said she fought off Toback's unwanted advances, knocking over a glass table and trashing his hotel room in her desperation to escape.
His grandfather Tank Commander 2/Lt Frank Heap was awarded the Military Cross for ‘great gallantry and skill’ a century ago after he commanded one of the original Mark IV tanks at the Battle of Cambrai. And, on Remembrance Day, retired university lecturer Tim Heap commemorated the man who, at the tender age of 25, steered his tank D51, known as Deborah, through enemy lines and into the French village of Flesquieres, before it was struck by two shells.
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Selecting a term
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