From Reese Witherspoon to Selma Blair and Gwyneth Paltrow, in recent months many women in Hollywood have shared their own #MeToo story as the movement continues to gather pace in 2018.
And now, Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman, has added to it by sharing details of the sexual harassment she suffered onset of the successful TV series.
Without naming the individual, Carter revealed that he had “violated a lot of people”.
“He’s already being done in. There’s no advantage in piling on again,” Carter told The Daily Beast, adding that she’d explored legal options in naming him, but to no avail.
The TV series, which ran from 1975-79, saw Carter play the iconic character with aplomb. But, she was subjected to a second instance of sexual harassment during filming when a cameraman thought he could spy on her. Read more