Gabrielle Union has actually submitted a” harassment, discrimination and retaliation complaint” amidst claims of racism on the set of ‘America’s Got Talent’.
Gabrielle Union has submitted a” harassment, discrimination and retaliation complaint” amidst claims of bigotry on the set of ‘America’s Got Talent’.
The starlet lodged new documents with California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing in Los Angeles on Thursday (04.06.20), where she alleged NBC Home entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy wanted to” silence and frighten” her over claims she was treated badly throughout her time on the program.
Court papers sent by Gabrielle’s group declare:” Telegdy contradicted his declarations to the media and personally disregarded NBC’s ‘Principles of Company Conduct’ mandating confidentiality for office investigations by contacting Union’s representative and divulging secret information obtained during the ongoing examination into Union’s issues in an effort to silence and daunt Union from offering info to the detective about her experiences. On or about February 4, 2020, Telegdy threatened Union through her agent and warned Union’s agent that Union had much better stop from pursuing her claims of bigotry while filming AGT.”.
Meanwhile, the 47-year-old actress declares Simon Cowell’s cigarette smoking on the set made her ill.
She stated:” I couldn’t escape. I ended up remaining ill for 2 months straight. It was a cold that lingered, and turned into bronchitis, since I couldn’t shake it. It impacted my voice, which impacts my ability to do my task. It was challenging to tend to my disease without being made to feel like I’m responsible for my own sickness. It put me in a position from the first day where I felt othered. I felt isolated. I felt singled out as being difficult, when I’m requesting for standard laws to be followed. I wish to pertain to work and be healthy and safe and listened to.”.