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UK film academy suspends Noel Clarke over misconduct claims

Britain’s motion picture academy suspends actor-director Noel Clarke after a newspaper reported that multiple women had accused him of sexual harassment or bullying.

4/30/2021 1:33:00 PM

Britain’s motion picture academy suspends actor-director Noel Clarke after a newspaper reported that multiple women had accused him of sexual harassment or bullying.

Britain’s motion picture academy has suspended actor-director Noel Clarke after a newspaper reported that multiple women had accused him of sexual harassment or bullying

Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.The Associated PressLONDON -- Britain’s motion picture academy on Thursday suspended actor-director Noel Clarke after a newspaper reported that multiple women had accused him of sexual harassment or bullying.

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The film and television academy said it was also suspending Clarke’s award for outstanding British contribution to cinema, given to him earlier this month at a ceremony in London.It said in light of the allegations reported by The Guardian, “BAFTA has taken the decision to suspend his membership and the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema award immediately and until further notice.”

The Guardian reported that it had spoken to 20 women who accused Clarke of misconduct including sexual harassment, unwanted touching, sexually inappropriate behavior on set and bullying. It named several of the women.Clarke, 45, who starred in “Doctor Who” and created the film trilogy “Kidulthood,” “Adulthood” and “Brotherhood,” strongly denied all the claims. headtopics.com

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BAFTA Suspends 'Doctor Who's' Noel Clarke Amid Sexual Misconduct AllegationsThe move follows a report in the The Guardian newspaper regarding claims of groping, harassment and bullying by 20 women made against the British actor after he received an April 10 tribute 20? That's too many not to be true. So good for them that they did that. When are people going to understand that enough is enough? Ever? Hopefully they get the message now, not later. Time to end this crap! Why was BAFTA so quick to suspend Noel Clarke on allegations but reacted so slowly on convicted members including Roman Polanski and Mel Gibson Shit.... not Mickey🤦🏿‍♀️