TV producer Charlie Hanson has been suspended by Bafta and removed from Netflix’s After Life following accusations of being a sexual predator.
In response to the 5,000-word letter sent by these women urging Netflix and Bafta to take action against Hanson, Bafta has suspended the producer’s membership.
As reported by The Times, 11 women have written to Bafta and Netflix with accusations of serious sexual assault against Hanson to have occurred between 2008 and 2015.
Last month, actor Noel Clarke had his Bafta membership suspended after the Guardian published testimony from 20 women who accused him of sexual harassment.
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