Author Details Sexual-Harassment Allegations Against Michael Douglas

Douglas was also accused by his former colleague of having'graphic discussions about his affairs including one with actress Kathleen Turner. Douglas and Turner are

Michael Douglas' Accuser Claims 'He Was Rubbing' His Privates In Front Of Her

Braudy said she ran home after and vowed to never be alone with Douglas again.

A story in the Hollywood Reporter said, "While Douglas, whose star in the late '80s was rising thanks to the hits Fatal Attraction and Wall Street, was not often in NY, when he was, Braudy writes, she "did my best to shrug off the cloud of sexual aggression that Michael reflexively emitted". During the report, Snow said Braudy claimed Douglas "repeatedly used inappropriate sexual language" and "harassed" her while she was an employee.

She went on to allege that Douglas once masturbated in front of her during a work-related meeting at his house. She then "ran for the door". "I realized to my horror that he was rubbing his private parts", Braudy said. She told the "Today" show that he would make sexually suggestive comments toward her and once began to "fondle himself" in front of her. Douglas vehemently insisted that the story was false (other than a claim about his use of colorful language) and that he wouldn't wait "to be the villain in a narrative".

"I knew something was off but had no name for it", she writes.

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Douglas has already denied the allegations, issuing a preemptive statement in which he described the story as "an unfortunate and complete fabrication". He says his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, "has been very supportive".

"I support the #metoo movement with all my heart. I was very scared". "I can not elaborate on something that's so very personal to him".

The Journalist also claims Douglas made inappropriate sexual comments while working for Douglas. And a legitimate trade publication is going to try and print this story? Braudy protested this remark that she says Douglas made in front of everyone, telling him, "Please, don't talk like that".

Three people were willing to say publicly that Braudy had told them about the alleged harassment.

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It's been over 30 years since Susan Braudy worked for Michael Douglas.

He and his team have chalked it up to Braudy's disgruntlement over being fired from the production company.

"One screenwriter I hired asked if he could bring his daughter to meet Michael", Braudy stated, according to Fox News. Her duties were to "read scripts, hire and supervise screenwriters, and perhaps most important, to babysit Michael in his apartment", she said in her account. She always sat across the room from him and recalled that he often wore an unbuttoned blue oxford shirt and chinos, and would be barefoot.

"He thought he was the king of the world and that he could humiliate me without any repercussion", she said. I realised he thought he could do anything he wanted because he was so much more powerful than I was. He said: "Hey, thank you, you're good".

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Following the unwanted sexual encounter, Braudy was supposedly asked to sign a confidentiality agreement; her employment was terminated later that year. This, of course, was an obligatory discussion after Deadline prefaced their Douglas interview with some editorializing on the matter. He added, "she may have overheard private conversations, and if she was offended, she could have excused herself". "Suggesting so does a true disservice to those who have actually endured sexual harassment and intimidation".

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