Joanna Krupa Thinks Women Are Taking Advantage Of The Weinstein Scandal

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HBO, which aired Entourage, issued a statement saying it was "the first we are hearing about Ariane Bellamar's allegations concerning Jeremy Piven". Up next, actress, model and reality star Ariane Bellamar has described two times that actor Jeremy Piven allegedly sexually assaulted her.

"I love Jeremy Piven. And whether or not her accusations are true, the TRUTH is I know you". "'Member grabbing my boobies on the [couch] without asking?" .

Bellamar claimed in a later tweet she had reached out to Sprint, and they were willing to help her find these "abusive, explicit" texts.

While CBS said recently in a statement that they are investigating the claims against Piven, for the time being Wisdom of the Crowd remains in production on its original 13-episode order.

Joanna Krupa defended Jeremy Piven amid allegations of sexual harassment and voiced her beliefs that women speaking out against Harvey Weinstein may not have the best intentions.

The interview was scheduled to air on Friday, but Colbert's show chose to drop it. "Since we were unable to address recent developments in that interview, we are replacing that segment with a new guest", a spokesperson for The Late Show told The Hollywood Reporter.

Wisdom of the Crowd, in which Piven portrays a tech genius trying to hunt down his daughter's killer, premiered on October 1. Unless there were so many of us, that you can't remember, ' Freeman wrote.

The reality star's accusations are the latest in a wave of women and men coming forward with stories of sexual harassment and assault in the entertainment industry and beyond, triggered by the Harvey Weinstein scandal in which over 60 women accused the former mogul of harassment and inappropriate behavior dating back decades.

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