Veteran television casting professional Ty Harman (Santa Clarita Diet, The Real O’Neals) is among the latest to strike plea deals with Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer in the midst of an ongoing crackdown on pay-to-play auditions. Casting associates Eddie Jaszek (Castle) and Kate Reed (Shooter) also worked out arrangements with the prosecutor’s office.
A woman who worked on HGTV star Carter Oosterhouse's popular show Carter Can alleges he coerced her into performing repeated acts of oral sex during production, an experience that she says eventually led to her becoming hospitalized for depression and losing her job.
Earlier this year, the upstart June Pictures impressed by taking three films to Sundance and Cannes. One of those, The Florida Project, has since become an awards contender. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter before Sundance, June co-founder Andrew Duncan said one key to the company’s early success was its focus: “We keep outside noise on a minimum,” he said. But the outside noise cannot be contained.
New: A dozen insiders tell @kimmasters and I why June Pictures (Oscar hopeful "Florida Project," etc.) imploded last night: allegations of FaceTime masturbation, prostitution payments, threesome requests, unwanted kisses, and more. https://t.co/NsUbKVJB3R
Exclu: A makeup artist tells me TV host Carter Oosterhouse coerced her into repeated oral sex by threatening her job on his HGTV show. He says the relationship was mutual but wouldn't answer when asked how a show's staffer could truly consent to its star.
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Selecting a term
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