The mysterious brunette & # 39; discovered that she was comfortable with the comic Aziz Ansari is a physicist from Denmark who has lived in London for ten years, where she studies to obtain her PhD, DailymailTV can reveal it.
Serena Campbell, 29, a Kings College, London, academic, was photographed with the comedian taking the action of the plum seats at the US Open Tennis Championships. UU In Flushing, New York, last Monday.
Serena's mother, Kirsten, who lives in Denmark, confirmed to DailyMail.com that her daughter was in the photo, but declined to comment on the nature of her relationship with the star.
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DailyMail.com may reveal that the woman is Serena Campbell, 29, of Denmark, and is currently studying for a PhD at King's College London.
Campbell shared an article last year titled "Literally, why can not I say #MeToo? & # 39; in which the author says that he struggles to identify himself as a victim despite his experiences
"Yes, it's my daughter, but I do not want to say anything else," he said.
Campbell is a researcher who is studying for her doctorate at King & # 39; s College London, one of the best ranked universities in the world. She is specializing in plasmonics, the study of electromagnetic fields.
And Campbell is also the mentor of a British project to launch a satellite that will seek to know the weather patterns on planets outside the solar system using the ultraviolet light spectrum, part of their experience.
Last year, she told her Facebook friends that she was traveling from London to South Korea in July of last year for what was called the world's leading conference in her field.
A day later, his friends told him how proud they were when he published photos of the event, and one of them commented: "Proud of how far you have traveled in your life.
Another called her a & # 39; superstar & # 39 ;, saying: & # 39; It seems an amazing event and we will (do) all your years of learning to take you there & # 39;
Ansari, 35, did not seem intimidated by her academic achievements, as the couple smiled and laughed, while the Master of None star whispered in her ear and greeted the crowd at the US Open on Monday. It indicates that it appears to be moving forward on controversial allegations of sexual misconduct earlier this year.
The scientist Serena Skov Campbell is a researcher who does a PhD in plasmonics, the study of electromagnetic fields
Campbell traveled from London to South Korea in July 2017 for what is called the world's leading conference in his field, according to his Facebook.
Campbell has an impressive academic curriculum, according to his research page, which details his work in plasmonics
The physicist also seems unaffected by the accusations made against his new boyfriend and was seen hand in hand in New York City at the beginning of August.
Campbell often shares pieces of his academic work on his Facebook page, and ironically, once shared an article questioning the MeToo movement, a few months before Ansari was accused of sexual misconduct.
In October of 2017, she shared an article titled, "Literally, why can not I say #MeToo?" by Total Sorority Move, in which the author says that she struggles to identify herself as a victim because she feels her own experiences with sexual misconduct, they are not "bad enough".
In January, Ansari was charged with sexual misconduct when a 23-year-old anonymous Brooklyn woman claimed that she ignored her verbal and nonverbal cues and repeatedly tried to pressure her into having sex with him after they went on a date last September.
The accusations were made in a story on Babe.net, where the woman, under the pseudonym "Grace", claimed that she had felt "raped". by the excessively aggressive gestures of the cartoon.
The couple was seen snogging while they watched the game of tennis. Serena's mother has confirmed that she is, in fact, his daughter in the photos with the comedian, but did not comment on the nature of their relationship
Tennis fans: The two were seen twice at the Arthur Ashe stadium in New York, watching the United States open
Ansari responded by saying that they had "ended up doing sexual activity", which by all indications was completely consensual.
Ansari said that the woman subsequently sent her a text message saying "she felt uncomfortable", which left him "surprised and worried" to hear her feelings.
"I took her words seriously," Ansari said, and "she answered in private" after taking the time to process what she had said.
He added that he supported the #MeToo movement and says he feels it is necessary and a long time ago.
The story, however, found mixed responses with some critics of the report of the incident and the narration of the woman.
Critics of the self-identified "feminist" actor claimed that their actions were misogynistic, lacked affirmative consent and promoted the cultural subordination of women.
Others, however, criticized their accuser's narrative by saying that their encounter did not constitute undue sexual behavior and also trivialized the larger #MeToo movement.
Ansari remained offstage for four months until May, when he acted in a game at Comedy Cellar in New York City, a move replicated by Louis C.K. last month in the midst of his own scandal of sexual misconduct.
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