On Monday, actress and actuality TV character Ariane Bellamar took to Twitter to air groping allegations towards actor Jeremy Piven. Bellamar claims Piven groped her breasts in his trailer whereas he was engaged on the HBO collection Entourage (a present which, by the way, revolved round a click on of piggish Hollywood males). Bellamar additionally accused Piven of groping her on a separate event, on the Playboy Mansion.
Piven denied Bellamar’s allegations in a statement he gave to Deadline on Tuesday:
“I unequivocally deny the appalling allegations being peddled about me. It didn’t occur. It takes an excessive amount of braveness for victims to return ahead with their histories, and my hope is that the allegations about me that didn’t occur, don’t detract from tales that must be heard.”
On Tuesday, a spokesperson for CBS, the community that carries Piven’s present TV collection Knowledge of the Crowd, stated, “We’re conscious of the media stories and are wanting into the matter.”
HBO additionally launched an announcement addressing the allegations towards Piven on Tuesday:
“At the moment, through the press stories, is the primary we’re listening to about Ariane Bellamar’s allegations regarding Jeremy Piven. Everybody at HBO and our productions is conscious that zero tolerance for sexual harassment is our coverage. Anybody experiencing an unsafe working atmosphere has a number of avenues for making complaints that we take very critically.”