ER Alum Says George Clooney Had Her Blacklisted For Complaining About Sexual Harassment On Set

Vanessa Marquez is calling B.S. on George Clooney‘s condemnation of Harvey Weinstein!

As we previously reported, the 56-year-old industry vet publicly denounced the indie movie mogul following The New York Times and The New Yorker‘s exposés detailing Weinstein’s decades of sexual misconduct. While the A-lister has dubbed Harvey’s behavior as “indefensible,” a former ER costar has since accused Clooney of being a “predator” as well.

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WHAT?? Earlier this week, Miz Marquez took to Twitter to accuse George of having her “blacklisted” for speaking out about the harassment she witnessed on the set of the medical drama. Vanessa, who played Nurse Wendy Goldman for three seasons, wrote:

Whoa. The TV veteran then proceeded to double down on her allegations as she continued:

Vanessa also added that showrunner John Wells and Steven Spielberg had a hand her ousting from Tinseltown. Marquez relayed:

Sadly, these unsavory allegations come amid Ben Affleck‘s own Weinstein denouncement backlash. As you surely saw, shortly after releasing a statement about Harvey’s scandal, Affleck was put on blast for groping actress Hilarie Burton without her consent.

Not to mention, Annamarie Tendler Mulaney has accused the Oscar winner of grabbing her ass at a Golden Globes party in 2014. It’s said multiple women have experienced something similar with Affleck. Tsk, tsk.

Sounds like the boys’ club in Hollywood is about to be dismantled. Tear the walls down, ladies!!

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