After The New York Times flashed the news of American producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment cases, almost half million people are talking about it. After Weinstein blamed his brother, Bob Weinstein for his downfall, the news then got in the top.
Day by day, celebrities as well as the local people are speaking out against it. Some stars like Lauren Shivan revealed the sexual harassment she went through a decade ago, Alyssa Milano launched #MeToo hashtag to openly talk about the harassment and allegation, and Mayim Bialik spoke up of an allegation and harassment organizing live videos. And now, it's time for American journalist Tamron Hall.
Tamron Hall signed a development deal with The Weinstein Company has been working out find the following steps of the Harvey Weinstein's scandal.
Former NBC News's anchor, Tamron Hall shared The Huffington Post that she immediately called Weinstein after the news of his sexual harassment hit the headline. She added:
It’s a woman’s worst nightmare to be in a situation where you believe someone more powerful has control over your life.
For your information, Hall has appeared as the voice of the domestic violence and sexual assault after her sister battered to death by her abusive boyfriend.
Hall furthermore added that she thought of the women who suffered from the harassment but stayed silent and paralyzed by fear.
Hall met Weinstein last February, and she was unaware of the allegations and the charges whose admission now left her horrified.
Hall runs Investigation Discover series "Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall" deals with the crimes against the women. She said:
I hope today they are comforted by Ashley, Rose, Lauren, Asia, and Mira [some of Weinstein’s accusers], women who from the outside have everything but inside behind the closed doors suffered in silence.
We wait for more details regarding Harvey Weinstein's case!