Is she a victim or complicit?

The question is not whether this A list podcast host will lose his podcast because he sure as hell should, it is whether all those other television jobs he has will also go by the wayside. Will they do what is right and fire him for what he put six women through or will they ignore them? I'm also curious what his A- list celebrity wife knew and when she knew it. Is she a victim or complicit?

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The question is not whether this A list podcast host will lose his podcast because he sure as hell should, it is whether all those other television jobs he has will also go by the wayside.

Will they do what is right and fire him for what he put six women through or will they ignore them?

I’m also curious what his A- list celebrity wife knew and when she knew it.

Is she a victim or complicit?

Chris Hardwick

Wife: Lydia Hearst
Fashion model, actress and lifestyle blogger. She is a great-granddaughter of the newspaper publisher and politician William Randolph Hearst.

Chris Hardwick Accusations: Social Media Outrage About Abuse Allegations

Chris Hardwick is trending on Twitter after his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra posted an article on Medium highlighting alleged years of emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of Hardwick during their three-year relationship.

“I quietly posted an article today, unlisted on Medium. It clearly made the rounds. I’m overwhelmed and I want to thank all of you for your support and kind words- they mean so much to me. I may take some time off the internet, please know your support means everything to me,” Dykstra tweeted.

Dykstra described years of abuse from Hardwick, including a list of “rules” that Hardwick allegedly put in place for the actress when their budding relationship was just starting, as well as continuous incidents of sexual assault, claiming Hardwick expected sex from her regularly. She claimed he threatened to leave, stating “the reason my last relationship didn’t work out was because of the lack of sex.”

“Every night, I laid there for him, occasionally in tears,” Dykstra wrote. He called it ‘starfishing.’ He thought the whole idea was funny. To be fair, I did go along with it out of fear of losing him. I’m still recovering from being sexually used (not in a super fun way) for three years.”- Read more here