Doctor Who’s Noel Clarke Faces New Harassment Allegations From Sci-Fi Set - Gizmodo
May 07, 2021 1 min, 29 secs
Two weeks before Doctor Who star Noel Clarke was set to receive a BAFTA for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema, the organization received multiple anonymous tips from women alleging to have been sexually harassed and assaulted by him in a variety of different ways in professional settings.

BAFTA subsequently suspended Clarke and took back the award—with the Guardian adding a new statement from the charity to their piece “In light of the Guardian’s piece, which for BAFTA provided for the first time detailed accounts outlining serious allegations regarding Noel Clarke’s conduct, we have immediately suspended the award and Noel Clarke’s membership of BAFTA until further notice.” Additionally, ITV decided to hold back the final episode of Viewpoint, a series the actor stars on, and Sky announced its intentions to no longer work with him.

This week, 800 people working within the U.K.’s entertainment industry signed an open letter explaining how the sort of behavior Clarke’s accused of is part of what creates toxic work environments that ultimately harm everyone involved.

Though the level of accountability Clarke is being held to is what many have been pushing to see more of in cases of alleged sexual misconduct, the open letter’s message about the danger of complicity’s important to bear in mind, because it gets at the real heart of the issue.

For example, the current attention being paid to Clarke has brought further scrutiny to allegations of fellow Doctor Who franchise veteran John Barrowman repeatedly exposing his genitals to people while working on set of that series and its spinoff Torchwood.

“Contacted by the Guardian, Barrowman admitted to ‘tomfoolery’ that he now understood upset colleagues, but stressed it was never intended or interpreted as sexual in nature,” the piece says.

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