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It is disappointing, especially considering her own past as it relates to being a victim of domestic violence and sexual assault, that this permanent A list mostly movie actress who is an Oscar winner/nominee is publicly defending and supporting the disgraced director.

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It is disappointing, especially considering her own past as it relates to being a victim of domestic violence and sexual assault, that this permanent A list mostly movie actress who is an Oscar winner/nominee is publicly defending and supporting the disgraced director.

Halle Berry

Bryan Singer

Graphic Wesley Snipes Accusations Involving Halle Berry Emerge on Social Media

Some graphic accusations resurfaced against Wesley Snipes on social media this week, which involving claims that he abused actress Halle Berry during their relationship nearly 30 years ago. The claims against Snipes emerged during his recent appearance at the 2020 Golden Globe awards, which he was attending due to his role in the Netflix comedy-biopic, Dolemite Is My Name. , which was nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. The rumors that Snipes was abusive toward Berry when they dated briefly in the early ’90s, seem to originally stem from an interview she did with PEOPLE in 1996.

During that interview, she spoke candidly about having been in abusive relationships in the past, and specifically stated that one of her exes hit her so hard during an altercation, that she was left 80 percent deaf in one ear.

It was widely rumored that Snipes was the ex who was violently abusive toward Berry, something that social media users picked up when he was revealed to be in attendance at the recent award shows. – Source

Halle Berry talks ‘angry fights’ with troubled director Bryan Singer on X-Men… and reveals why she has ‘heartbreak’ over historic Oscar win

Halle Berry is opening up about her experiences working with troubled director Bryan Singer, being the first and only Black woman to win the Best Actress Oscar, and how she came to direct her first film.

Berry, 54, is currently promoting her directorial debut, a sports movie titled Bruised, which will have its world premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival on September 12, and has given a candid interview about her career in Hollywood.

Famous for playing the role of Storm in the X-Men franchise, Halle also revealed her thoughts on director Singer, who last year agreed to settle a rape accusation of a then-17-year-old boy, but has strenuously denied any wrongdoing, among many other accusations.

He was also fired as the director for Bohemian Rhapsody for alleged bad behavior on set in 2017, which he once again denied.

‘Bryan’s not the easiest dude to work with,’ Berry told Variety. ‘I mean, everybody’s heard the stories – I don’t have to repeat them – and heard of his challenges, and what he struggles with.’

‘I would sometimes be very angry with him,’ she added. ‘I got into a few fights with him, said a few cuss words out of sheer frustration. When I work, I’m serious about that. And when that gets compromised, I get a little nutty.’

‘But at the same time, I have a lot of compassion for people who are struggling with whatever they’re struggling with, and Bryan struggles.’ – Source


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