Brit TV features time bomb in sex scandal as male surnames face abuse complaints


A host of male celebrities face sexual abuse charges in the wake of Noel Clarke’s allegations.

Some women in showbiz may go public with a range of accusations, including rape.

A source said: “It’s a time bomb waiting to explode.”

A series of women plan to go public with allegations of rape, sexual harassment and assault against men in the world of showbiz.

The dramatic revelation follows allegations of sexual abuse against actor and director Clarke, who vehemently denies any wrongdoing.

The celebrities, known to the Mirror, are among those facing the latest complaints and some have reportedly taken legal advice.

Women in the industry are believed to share the names of sexual predators in order to avoid their advances.

A source said: “The MeToo movement was massive in Hollywood, but there are a lot of claims about British stars. There are victims who were too afraid to come forward, but now they feel they can do it.

“Some of the allegations are horrific and if true they would end the careers of several big names and lead to police action.”

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A number of women have alleged inappropriate behavior (stock photo)

Among those facing the allegations is a male TV star who is accused of sending videos of himself engaged in sexual activity to co-workers and friends, as well as lobbying on vulnerable women to have relationships with him.

A comedian and actor faces charges from at least six women, including rape, sexual assault, and abusive and controlling behavior.

Another comic and television star is accused of sexual harassment by at least three women, whom he silenced with a nondisclosure agreement.

A well-known TV star is said to have made inappropriate advances to women.

And an award-winning actor is accused of having exploitative and manipulative relationships with multiple women at once.



Lily Allen spoke out against ill-treatment
Lily Allen will put names in track titles

Another source said: “There is a comedy festival that women comedians are boycotting because a woman claims to have been raped by one of the organizers.

“There is a spreadsheet shared by female actresses naming industry predators, male comedians, club promoters, club owners.

“It’s a way of warning women that it’s not sure to be alone with.”

Clarke faces allegations of trial and error, sexual harassment and intimidation from more than 20 women.

Married father-of-three apologized for acts which “affected people in a way I had not intended”, but he “vehemently” denied “any sexual misconduct or criminal act” .



Rebecca Ferguson went to police with her allegations
Rebecca Ferguson claims she was harassed



Dermot O'Leary
Dermot signed an open letter

X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson, 34, reportedly went to police for harassment and coercive control against an elderly male showbiz personality.

Singer Lily Allen is reportedly exposing alleged abuse on her new album, with each track’s title being the first name of a man in the music industry who she says abused her.

More than 900 people in the entertainment industry, including Dermot O’Leary, have signed an open letter calling for “an end to this culture that turns a blind eye to predators operating in plain sight.”



Jeremy Kyle's former agent Jonathan Shalit says his behavior has been overlooked
Showbiz agent Jonathan Shalit says his behavior has been overlooked

Showbiz agent Jonathan Shalit OBE said, “There is a culture where sexual harassment and inappropriate innuendos and behavior are pervasive.

“In the past, we laughed at unforgivable behavior and ignored it. Young people of both sexes find it more difficult to challenge this situation.

Fortunately, the culture shift is changing and organizations are taking sexual harassment, racism and the lack of diversity more seriously.

“People have more confidence in themselves to express themselves.”



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The stars of television at the center of the claims

1. Comedian and actor

A comedian and actor faces charges from at least six women, including allegations of rape, sexual assault, and abusive and controlling behavior.

One of them complained to the police, but after being questioned on bail, he was told that he had no further action to take.

But it is understood that at least two of the women are planning to go public with the allegations or report them to the police.

We understand that this person has at least two nondisclosure agreements in place with former sexual partners.

2. Comedian and TV star

Another comedian and TV star faces charges of sexual harassment by at least three women.

We understand that two of the women are talking about being traumatized and humiliated by his unwanted attention.

A third that we understand to be gagged by a nondisclosure agreement.

3. Male TV star

A male TV star is accused of coercive and controlling behavior dating back at least a decade.

A coworker described how he would send unsolicited videos of himself engaged in sexual activity to co-workers and friends.

An ex-partner described him targeting a series of vulnerable women to cheat with them, pressuring them to send him sexual photos of themselves.

He is charged with drug use and collecting extreme pornography.

4.TV star

Another well-known TV star is accused of improper advances to young women.

5. Award-winning actor

Another award-winning actor is accused of exploitative and manipulative relationships with multiple women at once.

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