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Jian Ghomeshi Fired Over What?? Newspaper Reveals Details About The Horrifying Sexual Violence Allegations!

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When Jian Ghomeshi was fired from the CBC, he had a lot to say on the subject.

The Q host wrote a lengthy Facebook post explaining his side of some sexual allegations and accusing the CBC of firing him for what it viewed as unseemly bedroom proclivities.

He dismissed any accusations of sexual misconduct, saying there were no formal allegations. He also noted that a newspaper had looked into it and found the accusations unworthy of publishing.

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Well, that newspaper was Toronto's The Star, and they responded to Ghomeshi's post by publishing their findings.

According to the paper, three young women have claimed that Ghomeshi was violent with them, and not consensually.

One woman says he slapped and choked her the moment she entered his home - without any discussions of safewords.

Another woman said that in their flirtations, Ghomeshi said he was "aggressive." She said:

"I thought this meant he would want to pull my hair and have rough sex. He reassured me that I wouldn't be forced. (Later) he attacked me. Choked me. Hit me like I didn't know men hit women. I submitted."

So scary!

And a third woman said she worked at the CBC with Ghomeshi, and that what he did to her was straight-up sexual harassment, including unwanted comments and touching!

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But why wouldn't these women come forward with formal complaints?

It may have to do with Carla Ciccone. The online journalist wrote a piece on xojane.com about a horrible date with a popular Canadian radio host.

When fans assumed it was Ghomeshi, Ciccone received hundreds of threats.

According to the accusers, it's fear of this kind of abuse that has kept them anonymous.

Eesh. It's starting to sound like the evidence against Ghomeshi is much stronger and more horrific than he implied.

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30 comments to “Jian Ghomeshi Fired Over What?? Newspaper Reveals Details About The Horrifying Sexual Violence Allegations!”

  1. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    …Greasy Ugly Slimey Sleazebag….

  2. bE-aTCH says – reply to this


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    …I would like to sh*t all over his face…wonder IF he would like that…would match his skin, and be an improvement, that is for sure ! LOL ! UGLY !

  3. Mitanni says – reply to this


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    The CBC is correct. The CBC is publicly funded and the Canadian people will want H&M out, as there is no brother, father, husband or boyfriend that would approve of a employee of the CBC treating a girl in her early twenties like a dehumanized object he should be fired. The thing is…it sounds like he is a public figure, working for a public company who is pushing 50 and taking advantage of his status to blindside women less than half his age without their approval. Ego…out of control…

  4. Rad says – reply to this


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    Actually if you heard the whole story and what he wrote you would be on his side. He has proof that all these women consented to "Rough" sex with him….and that he had safe words. Also some of the women have retracted their statements. Also the CBC has stated that he showed proof that he had the consent of all these women…but they are firing him because it looks bad on their part that he works for them when he is into fetish….

  5. Hales says – reply to this


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    What evidence? I can't help but think this is nothing but a smear campaign. If these allegations are true then why are the police not involved? Better the media? I don't think so. Also, the ciccone woman's article was only telling of a less than desirable date. He did nothing wrong, he was flirtatious on what he thought was a date. She wasn't interested so of course any romantic advances would be unwelcome. We've all been there.
    Nothing out of the ordinary. Takes more to convince me of someone's guilt & to support ruining their life.

  6. TeamJian says – reply to this


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    Show the world you are #TeamJian with the Official Team Jian tee!

  7. Hmm says – reply to this


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    Re: Rad

    Incorrect. Notice that the things he's defending from in that statement in no way to relate to the actual allegations against him. The co worker he groped didn't consent to anything. Nor did the other I'm aware of. Nor the latest to have emerged. And that's before you get into the issue of the three who've made the most serious allegations.

    So, to buy Jian's narrative, you have to believe all six of those women came up with complimentary stories independently, by complete coincidence. For Jian to be telling the truth, those six women must be lying - plus Jesse Brown, plus Keith Donovan, plus pretty much the entire body of Toronto media.

    And I am telling you now that this is only the tip of the iceberg. There is much, much more to come.

  8. Hmm says – reply to this


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    There's a lot of women in Toronto with very bad and very true stories to tell about this loser. You'll be hearing from them shortly.

    Consider that very carefully before deciding to play champion for him. He's not a good person.

  9. bE-aTCH says – reply to this


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    …He is a greasy slimeball…and don't give me that sh*t that 'not all may approve of my bedroom activities'…Yeah, right, ya dirty OLD MAN ! Greasy is as GREASY does ! Yuck - WHO'D wann be hitt'n dat ???? UGLY !



  10. 10

    This guy may or may not be a massive perv but I'm finding it hard to believe the reasoning behind these women not coming forward with what happened to them. If what they say is true (and it may very well be) then that's assault. He should be in jail. Carla was nothing more than an opportunist and THAT is what she got shit all over. Go look up Adam Buckley's "Scumbags of the internet" video on the subject to see why people are REALLY pissed at her. Being physically attacked isn't the same at ALL. Punched, choked, humiliated….that's a crime. Totally different world, and these so called educated women should have saw the difference. If someone did that to me I'd be screaming from the hills until someone listened. Something's off about this…

  11. Mitanni says – reply to this


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    Re: bE-aTCH – we live in a patriarchal society and if any of these women want to work in a public forum/ broadcasting- and he had senior positions over them unfortunately they will not want to be smeared by this pig and his legal team. It is a criminal justice system…only the criminals get justice…victim identities need to be protected and there should be publication bans on this type of crime. The best defence is a good offence- this predator is no dummie

  12. Las says – reply to this


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    Re: Mitanni – Read this from the New York Times and maybe you'll understand:

  13. ronorris says – reply to this


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    if the women were actually telling the truth they would of come forward right when it happened. his ex whatever she is needs to get a life and stop trying to ruin his life (which she has already done) im 100% sure anyone of you wouldnt want your deep dark secrets revealed to the world. especially when its so personal and private.

  14. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    He was in a union. Has no business hiring a lawyer. Ugly twit has to go thru union grievance procedure. He is not the brightest bulb on the chandelier… J s

  15. Hmm says – reply to this


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    Re: Be-Atch

    He knows he can't win. Even outside of the union contractual issues preventing it, his case makes no sense. He's accusing CBC of "defamation", but they didn't release the ugly details - HE did.

    If he thought he had a real case, he'd be going for the, what are we at now, six women? who've come forward so far, or The Star, or Jesse Brown. Watch him not do that.

    It's not about that. He and his legal know they can't win, that's not the point. The suit is just another press release venue for him, effectively, and one that won't do any good, the dam's about to break all over him.

    Ask any venue people, security guys or female media people around Toronto about him. He's going to look fondly back at the time it was *just* four.

  16. Hmm says – reply to this


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    Re: Be-Atch

    He knows he can't win. Even outside of the union contractual issues preventing it, his case makes no sense. He's accusing CBC of "defamation", but they didn't release the ugly details - HE did. They offered him the option of quietly bowing out and he refused.

    If he thought he had a real case, he'd be going for the, what are we at now, six women? who've come forward so far, or The Star, or Jesse Brown. Watch him not do that.

    It's not about that. He and his legal know they can't win, that's not the point. It's not about "winning", that's not possible. The goal is just to get his spin on record, as loudly and as early as possible. The suit is just another press release venue for him, effectively, and one that won't do any good, the dam's about to break all over him.

    Ask any venue people, security guys or female media people around Toronto about him. He's going to look fondly back at the time it was *just* four.

  17. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    This little guy is UGLY. He musta had good drugs or something to lure those guys and gals into his bedroom. I mean - look at him ! It would be like f*cking a terrorist ! yUCK !

  18. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    I think all the broads and guys he had rough sex with oughta all come around and take a sh*t on his face…sad thing is, he prolly enjoy it ! YUCK !

  19. lisanicole says – reply to this


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    "Men who admit to beating up women for sexual gratification cannot claim the moral high ground."

  20. aerial says – reply to this


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    There's something sinister about a man who likes to punish women during sex. And sadly our culture is seeping with casual misogyny. Many will write that both men and women enjoy BDSM, but the fact is that men don't habitually get called slags, whores, sluts, skanks, tarts etc. Women do. You google 'porn' and the adjectives you meet when you click on the site, are full of words like 'whore' and 'punish'. Don't automatically assume that this is a case of "a woman scorned". This type of thing is not unheard of - society has a huge problem with female sexuality. I'd like to distance myself from those comments which seem to be referencing Ghomeshi's ethnicity or appearance, as this type of thing helps nobody.

  21. aerial says – reply to this


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    Re: lisanicole – Amen. I always shiver when I read about this kind of thing. Utter creeps, the lot of 'em.

  22. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    …He just looks creepy and perverted……..and OLD !

  23. Be-atch says – reply to this


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    Reports out coming out now that he bleaches his skin a la Michael Jackson - another WEIRDO !

  24. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    50 Shades - of Brown ! LOL ! Yuck !

  25. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    WHAT do this Freak Jian and Mama June have in common ??? They is both UGLY, and Perverted !

  26. sara says – reply to this


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    I am a woman but I refuse to jump on the bandwagon to victimize Carla Ciccone for being harassed online. People were not harrasing her but rather bringing to light that her public smearing of a man she tried to use for career gains were wrong. that is unacceptable. why? because it undermines the validity of other female victims who actually are prey to sexual predators which will lead to serious allegations to not be taken seriously.

    The fact is, that these woman have not come forward. they have remained anonymous. So who is a victim of harrasment? MR. Jian ghomeshi. He is the only one who has been penalized and harassed for several months due to allegations against him. He lost his job and now defamed by an article in the Toronto Star which announced these allegations of physical abuse. Please note, that in the article, even the Toronto Star very purposely strayed from defending the women or providing any information more than the reason mr ghomeshi was fired: the allegations.
    Before you penalize a man, lets ask some questions: why do these women not consider the sex they had after being physically abused to be rape? "physically violent to them without their consent during sex.. or in the lead up to sex" . Their story does not add up. More information needs to be revealed before anyone can judge.

  27. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    Little brown popsicle is guilty ! And, those broads all went home with him 'cos they assumed he was gay… LOL !

  28. Ishmael says – reply to this


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    Women shouldn't work with men, they should be segregated at home and made to do housework, sewing and cooking - all day. They need to be locked in the house by their parents and forced to marry who their parents approve of. Then they need to submit to their husbands every whim and have as many children as he requires or he will divorce her and have her stoned in the village square. American women all need to submit to this even though they are sluts and would find it difficult

  29. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    True Dat ! ;)

  30. @v@ says – reply to this


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    The different tales are pretty horrifying. If no one reported him to police, it's going to be a tough legal road to uphold his firing unless his contract has a morals clause of some sort. Not team Ghomeshi but rather team applied justice.