Actor Noel Clark just won a BAFTA, but it’s not because of his acting that he’s making the front pages these days. The actor is accused by 20 women of verbal abuse, bullying and sexual intimidation. He denies everything himself.
Thirteen days before the awards ceremony brought Watchman The allegations were reported to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) after a thorough investigation. But it was decided to keep quiet and reward Clark for his performance. But according to the British newspaper, it was precisely this award ceremony that ensured the 20 women did not want to remain silent.
A Star Trek representative said in a statement that he denies all allegations. “If anyone who has worked with me feels uncomfortable or disrespectful, I apologize. But I deny any sexual and other misconduct and intend to defend myself against these false accusations.” In a 29-page letter, his lawyers said he categorically denies all other allegations and in some cases their credibility is called into question.
Bafta confirmed in a statement that anonymous emails and reports have already been viewed through The Guardian, but no evidence has been provided. So no investigation was considered. “If the allegations are proven, we will take the necessary measures,” she said before the British newspaper published a new article on the case on Thursday.
“Following the Guardian article, which for the first time revealed detailed reports identifying serious allegations about Noel Clarke’s conduct, we have decided to suspend Noel Clarke’s membership in BAFTA immediately and until further notice.” Then it looked.
Clarke is one of Britain’s most influential actors and directors. With the ‘Kidulthood’, ‘Adulthood’ and ‘Brotherhood’ trilogy alone, he earned £8.6 million. In addition, he has starred in dozens of films and series and has also won several film awards.