- Ryan Seacrest wore a Time’s Up bracelet at the 76th annual Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Sunday, and Twitter was angry.
- Seacrest, accused of sexual misconduct last year, was seen wearing a Time’s Up bracelet as he conducted pre-show interviews on the red carpet.
- Seacrest has persistently denied the allegations made against him, describing them as ‘reckless.’
Television host and producer Ryan Seacrest wore a Time’s Up bracelet while conducting pre-show interviews at the 76th annual Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Sunday.
Seacrest was accused of sexual misconduct by a stylist for E! News in 2017.
Suzie Hardy worked as Seacrest’s stylist for “E! News” from 2006-2014, and in a November 2017 letter to NBC Universal, her attorneys outlined allegations of harassment and assault, according to Variety.
Seacrest has persistently denied the allegations, describing them as ‘reckless.’
People took to Twitter to voice their criticism and outrage of Seacrest’s decision to wear the bracelet despite the allegations against him.
— goth chola (@V_A_L) January 7, 2019
During the broadcast, actress Regina King spoke to Seacrest about the Time’s Up movement.
Now that I'm reminded of the allegations against Ryan Seacrest, I love Regina King and her son even more for making sure he acknowledged the #TimesUp movement. Can he go yet?
— Sarah Ikard (@sarahmikard) January 7, 2019
HOW is giuliana unironically talking about Time's Up TO RYAN SEACREST
— J. Escobedo Shepherd (@jawnita) January 6, 2019
Many of the acting community’s most recognisable stars walked the red carpet wearing brackets and ribbons commemorating Time’s Up ribbons in a show of solidarity for the victims of sexual harassment.
Oh wow that’s so funny about how women should be treated fairly in the workplace when Seacrest has been accused of being gross af over a year ago by his makeup artist. #GoldenGlobes
— ????????????????•???????????????????? (@valsmercy) January 6, 2019
“Oh wow that’s so funny about how women should be treated fairly in the workplace when Seacrest has been accused of being gross af over a year ago by his makeup artist. #GoldenGlobes, wrote one Twitter user.
While another suggested we’re all just ignoring this:
Cool cool I guess we're still ignoring this https://t.co/bHIEA06ELY
— Stephanie Hallett (@stephhallett) January 6, 2019
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In a letter sent in November of 2017, Hardy’s lawyers asked E! to “come up with a plan to address the treatment of all women at the networks and to take responsibility for the wrongful treatment” (of Hardy).
A week later, Seacrest took her allegations public, announcing that E! was investigating a claim of “misconduct” against him without using Hardy’s name: “someone that worked as a wardrobe stylist for me nearly a decade ago.”
“Total exasperation was my definite feeling when I heard about it,” Hardy told Variety.
She was interviewed three times by an independent investigator, she said. “I felt like by the third interview, it was obvious the investigator was whitewashing it for Seacrest’s side.”
Seacrest has repeatedly denied her allegations.
Seacrest is also the co-host of “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and the radio show “On Air with Ryan Seacrest,” and is head of his own clothing and skincare lines.
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