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More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress,” the cast and crew wrote in the letter.
“Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.
She screams bloody murder and I smile because she is so wildly alive.
So now that folks know she's here, I don't want her birth to cause any other woman to weep at her kitchen table.
I see her in her daddy's arms and I don't take any of it for granted. If anything, my wish is that she would restore hope for others. And for the other couples out there who have had dark days, we want to introduce our miracle baby to you and send you our love and support in finding yours. For six seasons, Hilarie Burton played Peyton Sawyer, the female lead on “One Tree Hill,” a Warner Bros. For the first two seasons, Burton said, she struggled against Schwahn’s efforts to gratuitously sexualize her character — fights that earned her a reputation for being “difficult.” But after the show’s second season, according to Burton, inappropriate behavior by Schwahn that she and her costars dismissed as social awkwardness grew more intense. “That’s when Mark decided that I was his muse.” Speaking to , Burton recalled years of harassment and assault that she alleges Schwahn perpetrated against her and other women on the show.That letter was prompted by a Twitter thread that “One Tree Hill” season seven writer Audrey Wauchope posted Nov. In the Twitter thread, Wauchope described being subjected to frequent and unwanted touching by a male showrunner she had worked for; seeing him display naked photos of an actress that he was having a sexual relationship with to staffers without the actress’ knowledge; and calling Wauchope’s writing partner into his office to try to talk her out of getting married and into dating him. But as multiple women who worked on “One Tree Hill” began tweeting their support for her — including several actresses such as Burton, Sophia Bush, and Bethany Joy Lenz — it became obvious that the showrunner she had written about was Schwahn.Wauchope decided to share her experience after reading a report by .
Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal.