'It was everywhere': Lynda Carter experienced sexual misconduct on 'Wonder Woman' set

Angelo Anderson
March 14, 2018

"I believe every woman in the Bill Cosby case".

Lynda Carter, the actress who played Wonder Woman from 1975 to 1979 in the TV show of the same name, has finally spoken out about the sexual harassment faced by her back in the 70s. However, she revealed that he has already been named in the sexual abuse scandal sweeping Hollywood as he had violated "a lot of people".

She said executives caught the peeping Tom, who she refused to name, fired him and "drummed him out of the business".

"He's already being done in. There's no advantage in piling on again", she said, and added that the justice he is receiving "isn't enough". For Wonder Woman, Lynda initially had a male stunt double for the unsafe action scenes. Pictures" "Wonder Woman' last May.

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The Wonder Woman actress also said that celebrities who have called the Time'sUp and #MeToo movements a "witch hunt" need to understand the clear difference between hitting on a woman, which everyone has, and cornering them or locking them in a room. Constand is one of dozens of women who have accused Cosby of an extended pattern of sexual misconduct.

Carter also shared that she suffered further sexual harassment and abuse during her career from at least one person, and though she didn't identify him, she said he is now facing an impending legal punishment.

One such experience, she said, took place on the set of Wonder Woman, which ran for three seasons on ABC and CBS and was produced by Warner Bros.

'There was a cameraman who drilled a hole in my dressing room wall on the Warner Brothers lot, ' she said. "So we felt strong in that, but there were still not a lot of parts for us".

The actress said that while sexual harassment and abuse were rampant, she and other women often didn't report it because they feared negative consequences and disbelief. You'd say or hear, 'Stay away from that guy.' 'Watch out for this casting director.' And so you would hear it from other people, other people would hear it from other people. But the man might also laugh off her accusation, "so there was an element of deniability there", she said.

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