This is the reality for women, in all industries, anywhere that powerful men abuse their power. https://t.co/RMbhd3d Oiz — Sophia Bush (@Sophia Bush) November 14, 2017 What a long time coming. I'm grateful for the opportunity to speak up in a time when change is possible. And I hope that their courage to tell the truth, will help put an end to the pervasive culture of harassment in the work place. — Bryan Greenberg (@bryangreenberg) November 14, 2017 I want to acknowledge the women of OTH who have penned their letter with deep wounds from a culture unacceptable for anyone, at any age, and in any business.
1 in 4 women (reported numbers, estimates place the actual numbers at 1 in 2) are assaulted by the time they leave college. There is still more to say but for this moment, we thank you for your support 🙌🏼💥 — Bethany Joy Lenz (@Bethany Joy Lenz) November 14, 2017 Shocked and saddened to hear what the women of OTH had to endure. I have the utmost respect of your position in righting the wrongs you have endured.
When I was 29 my writing partner @Rachel Specter and I were hired as staff writers.
— Audrey Wauchope (@audreyalison) November 12, 2017 To say we were excited was an understatement.
“I think from the moment that I arrived, I had a connection with Chad that was much more brotherly than it was an attraction that you would have towards somebody that you had a crush on. So, I feel like maybe that’s just what came off on camera and it just didn’t ever come to fruition.” While the writer-jock and singer-tutorgirl never stepped outside of the friend zone throughout the series, according to Lenz, that might not have been the original plan for the relationship.
As for Murray, his character wasn’t lacking drama in the love department, between Peyton (Hilarie Burton) and Brooke (Sophia Bush), and then Lindsey (Michaela Mc Manus).
And a few of us were put in positions where we felt physically unsafe." The letter was signed by both cast and crew: Audrey Wauchope, Rachel Specter, Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Danneel Harris, Michaela Mc Manus, Kate Voegele, Daphne Zuniga, India De Beaufort, Bevin Prince, Jana Kramer, Shantel Van Santen, Allison Munn, Jane Beck, Tarin Squillante, Cristy Koebley, and Jo Jo Stephens.
Many female cast members followed in Wauchope's footsteps by sharing their feelings via social media and were soon joined by costars like Chad Michael Murray, Bryan Greenberg, Austin Nichols, James Lafferty, Lee Norris, and Stephen Colletti.
Die Schiesserei sorgte damals für ein Grossaufgebot an Sicherheitskräfte und für eine teilweise Abriegelung des Dorfes Lachen.
The one thing we could always count on during the long-running WB/CW drama was the friendship between Haley and Lucas.
“It was also every kind of nerdy high schooler’s dream that the star jock is interested in her and I just don’t think they anticipated how many girls would really connect to and relate to that story,” Lenz continued.