n an interview with CBN News, actress and producer Roma Downey said she’s saddened by the “shameful” stories of sexual harassment coming out of Hollywood.
But she says she’s hopeful they’ll lead to “real and lasting change” in the future after allegations against Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein opened up the floodgates. Since then, women and men alike have felt empowered to speak out against powerful people they say have targeted them with sexual harassment.
Allegations have come out against dozens of high-powered individuals, from actors like Kevin Spacey to executives at NPR and senators like Al Franken.
“It has been a very painful time,” Downey told CBN’s Jenna Browder. “But the lights are on now. And hopefully we will see real and lasting change.
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Roma Downey on Hollywood Sexual Harassment: ‘The Lights Are on Now’ was originally published on praisecleveland.com