Actress Eliza Dushku Testifies to Congress: CBS Fired and Silenced Me After Confronting Sexual Harasser

Actress Eliza Dushku Testifies to Congress: CBS Fired and Silenced Me After Confronting Sexual Harasser


Actress Eliza Dushku told the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday that she faced sexual harassment on the set of CBS’s Bull and was fired from the show and forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement after calling it out.

Dushku said that when she became a co-lead in Bull, she was told “that the role would be a six-year commitment to play a smart, strong leading lady, a confident high-powered lawyer meant to counterbalance the existing male lead, and that the role had been written specifically with me in mind.”

“However, in my first week on my new job I found myself the brunt of crude, sexualized, and lewd verbal assaults,” the actress added. “I suffered near constant sexual harassment from my co-star. This was beyond anything I had experienced

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