92-year-old British actress Angela Lansbury noted that women "have tried to make themselves more attractive since the beginning of time" and this led to a huge number of sex scandals.
British actress Angela Lansbury, who starred in the series "She wrote the murder," said that women who are sexually harassed should sometimes be blamed for what happened, NME reported.
The 92-year-old actress noted that women "have tried to make themselves more attractive since the beginning of time" and this led to a huge number of sex scandals today.
"It's terrible that we cannot look attractive and not be raped," she added.
Lansbury clarified that she did not justify harassment from men.
"It cannot be an apology," said the actress.
Many Hollywood celebrities started talking about harassment against the backdrop of a sex scandal around producer Harvey Weinstein, whom dozens of actresses were accused of harassment and rape. In harassment accused, in particular, Charlie Sheen, Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal and Dustin Hoffman and others. Also in harassment was accused American director James Toback. Publisher Condé Nast, which produces world-famous magazines, refused to work with the famous American fashion photographer Terry Richardson, presumably because of the associated scandals with sexual harassment.