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One Tree Hill showrunner Mark Schwahn has been blamed for inappropriate behavior

Written by Tanya Jones

One Tree Hill showrunner Mark Schwahn has been blamed for inappropriate behavior by individuals from the show’s thrown and team.

Beginning affirmations were made by Audrey Wauchope, one of the show’s authors, who depicted her association with Schwahn on Twitter.

Two days after those online networking posts, One Tree Hill performing artists Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, and Bethany Joy Lenz, alongside numerous others, posted a joint letter blaming the showrunner for provocation.

“[We] have picked this gathering to stand together in help of Audrey Wauchope and each other,” composed the performing artists, as distributed by Variety.

They called Schwahn’s conduct an “open mystery” on the show’s set, charging that “bosses in the room were not the defenders they should be.”

“Huge numbers of us were addressed in ways that ran the range from profoundly irritating, to damaging, to out and out unlawful,” the letter proceeds. “Furthermore, a couple of us were placed in positions where we felt physically hazardous. More than one lady on our show had her vocation direction undermined.”

Wauchope had beforehand depicted being supposedly unwontedly touched by an anonymous man, indicated photographs of a stripped performing artist without their assent, and her written work accomplice Rachel Specter being brought into an office and proposed to.

“I’m enraged and pitiful and everything else for the ladies who have sat on that love seat alongside that man,” she composed. “Also, I’m irate and miserable and everything else that years after the fact I don’t feel safe to have the capacity to do anything genuine about various things it is by all accounts happening everywhere on this town.”

Schwahn made and officially created One Tree Hill — an arrangement that kept running for eight arrangement in the vicinity of 2003 and 2012 — and in addition The Royals.

E!, Universal Cable Productions, and Lionsgate Television — who are behind The Royals — said in an announcement: “We are observing the data precisely. E!, Universal Cable Productions and Lionsgate Television are focused on giving a protected workplace in which everybody is dealt with deferentially and professionally.”

Schwahn has not reacted to remark on the circumstance. The affirmations come in the midst of various Hollywood individual being blamed for inappropriate behavior, including Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and James Toback.

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Tanya Jones

Senior reporter for JBH News Games & Tech section. Graduated from York College, City University of New York in 2012.