Margot Robbie Says Misconduct Claims Created ‘sense Of Neighborhood'

The wave of sexual assault allegations in Hollywood has one optimistic final result: The ladies who assist one another.

Margot Robbie mentioned the spate of accusations and subsequent firings has created a neighborhood amongst actresses.

“On one hand, you’ve got an incredible alternative, however then again you’ve got an incredible accountability to deal with it appropriately and produce one thing optimistic out of a horrible state of affairs. I believe it is a very particular person factor,” the “I, Tonya” star advised the Hollywood Reporter.

“I’ve by no means spoken to so many actresses that I’ve by no means met, than I’ve within the final couple months. Actresses — who if I met them, I’d be starstruck — are reaching out to be like, ‘Hey, there’s a gaggle of us having a dialog about this, do you wish to be concerned?’ There’s a sense of neighborhood, which is admittedly fantastic, and it’s unhappy that that needed to come out of a horrible state of affairs, however there’s a assist community there and prepared.”

Matt Lauer, who was fired from NBC amid allegations of sexual misconduct, seems in “I, Tonya,” a task that wasn’t minimize after the accusations.

Stars accused of sexual harassment and assault

Robbie beforehand praised “Suicide Squad” co-star Cara Delevingne, who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.

“Cara is a pricey good friend of mine and I already knew she was a fierce, courageous lady. At the moment simply proved that once more,” Robbie advised Leisure Tonight on the premiere of “Goodbye Christopher Robin” in October.

“I believe the entire state of affairs is so disturbing and unhappy however I believe the dialog surrounding it, hopefully, good comes out of it.”

Robbie lately appeared on the quilt of Los Angeles Instances Journal with Jessica Chastain, Saoirse Ronan, Kate Winslet, Diane Kruger and Annette Bening in a photograph shoot that was blasted for an absence of range.

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