Vanessa Marquez, who played the role of nurse Wendy Goldman during the first three seasons of NBC's ER, is alleging that George Clooney helped blacklist her from Hollywood after she spoke up about harassment on the set of the show. In her tweets, Vanessa writes that George Clooney helped blacklist her, telling her that women who don't play the game lose their career. She goes on to say that her allegations are on record and that she spoke to Entertainment Tonight in 1995 about the harassment. Vanessa also adds that John Wells and Steven Spielberg had a hand in blacklisting her since it was a "group decision." Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, the company that produced the show, provided John Wells as one of ER's executive producers.
B.S.Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER.'women who dont play the game lose career'I did https://t.co/ur466NCkII— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
Thank u for that. It's all on record w/legal&I told Entertainment Tonight in '95.I hope things change but don't know https://t.co/leQK8gK2Wb— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
Clooney&Wells r liars who organized my being BLACKLISTED for 25 yrs&still stands "wom who dont play game lose career https://t.co/9s76pwvxlI— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
CLOONEY is a predator! Don't be fooled. https://t.co/hPppaZzJ9N— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
And in order to BLACKLIST me, it had to be a group decision. Not just John Wells WB NBC but Spielberg(Amblin) too! https://t.co/FsHcBc3Wdt— Ghoul Please 👻 (@vanessathought) October 10, 2017
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