Eliza Dushku's Scathing Op-Ed : I worked at CBS. I didn’t want to be sexually harassed. I was fired

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In and op-ed essay published by the Boston Globe, actress Eliza Dushku finally confirmed what the rumors were saying: She was written off the show “Bull” after she confronted actor Michael Weatherly about sexually charged comments he made on set.

"For weeks, Weatherly was recorded making sexual comments, and was recorded mimicking penis jousting with a male costar, this directly on the heels of the “threesome” proposal, and another time referring to me repeatedly as “legs.” He regularly commented on my “ravishing” beauty, following up with audible groans, oohing and aahing. As the tapes show, he liked to boast about his sperm and vasectomy reversals (“I want you to know, Eliza, I have powerful swimmers”). Weatherly had a habit of exaggerated eye-balling and leering at me; once, he leaned into my body and inhaled, smelling me in a dramatic swoon. As was caught on tape, after I flubbed a line, he shouted in my face, “I will take you over my knee and spank you like a little girl.”

Folks, when a 50-year-old man with three kids of his own (including a daughter) is acting like this, he doesn't deserve to be in the industry.