‘About f *** ing time’: Bulletproof co-star Mandeep Dhillon in growing list of actors convicting Noel Clarke amid sex offense allegations
- Mandeep Dhillon was one of many Bulletproof colleagues to speak out
- Alexandra Roach, Clarke’s Viewpoint co-star ‘sees, hears and believes’ alleged victims
- Bulletproof star Ashley Walters was ‘deeply saddened’ by the claims
One of Noel Clarke’s co-stars has referred to the rise of allegations against him on social media, saying, ‘About f ****** time.’
Mandeep Dhillon, one of the main cast members in the first series of his police drama Bulletproof, was one of many colleagues who commented on the revelations.
His Viewpoint co-star Alexandra Roach tweeted that she “ sees, hears and believes ” the alleged victims, adding, “ Thank you to the women for your incredible courage to come forward. ”
Earlier, Bulletproof star and co-writer Ashley Walters said he was “ deeply saddened ” by the claims against Clarke, but couldn’t ignore them.
Mandeep Dhillon (pictured), one of the main cast members in the first series of his police drama Bulletproof, was one of many colleagues who commented on the revelations
He wrote on social media: ‘My thoughts are with the women who have come forward and told their terrible stories.
I could never condone this kind of behavior, either in the workplace or outside it, and although Noel has been a friend and colleague for a number of years, I cannot continue to ignore these allegations. Sexual harassment, abuse and bullying have no place in our industry.
“Every woman has the right to a safe workplace and I pledge my commitment to this in the future.”
Jaime Winstone, who appeared in Clarke’s breakthrough movie Kidulthood, which came out in 2006, took to Instagram to share the logo of Time’s Up, the movement founded during the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which supports victims of sexual harassment.
Noel Clarke’s Viewpoint co-star Alexandra Roach tweeted that she ‘sees, hears and believes’ the alleged victims, adding: ‘Thank you to the women for your incredible courage to come forward’