TV Networks Pull Shows After British Actor Noel Clarke Accused of Groping, Harassment, and Bullying by 20 Women

TV Networks Pull Shows After British Actor Noel Clarke Accused of Groping, Harassment, and Bullying by 20 Women


In the latest #MeToo scandal to hit the entertainment industry, TV networks are yanking shows starring British actor Noel Clarke after the left-wing Guardian published accusations from 20 women who claim the star engaged in acts of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, groping, sexually inappropriate behavior on set, and bullying.

The CW network is pulling the British cop procedural Bulletproof from its streaming platforms, including the free CW Seed, following the Guardian’s article, according to Deadline. Meanwhile, Britain’s ITV canceled the most recent episode of the limited series Viewpoint that was set to air this week, according to multiple reports.

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The broadcaster said it has “a zero tolerance policy to bullying, harassment and victimization.”

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Deadline also reported that All3Media has suspended Clarke and his business partner, Jason Maza, from their production company, pending an investigation.

Britain’s Sky has reportedly said it is halting work with Clarke. The Comcast-owned Sky is

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