Michael Douglas‘ accuser will not be silenced.
In her first TV interview, author Susan Braudy opened up about the sexual harassment she allegedly suffered while working with 73-year-old actor in the ’80s. As we reported, Catherine Zeta Jones‘ husband has vehemently denied Braudy’s account.
Speaking to the Today show on Friday, the 76-year-old writer — who was hired to run the New York office of Douglas’ Stonebridge Productions decades ago — said:
“He thought he was the king of the world and that he could humiliate me without any repercussions.”
She went on to describe one incident in particular where she says the celeb began masturbating during a one-on-one script meeting in his apartment:
“He slid down to the floor, unbuckled his belt and put his hands inside his trousers. I could see what he was doing. He began to sort of, fondle himself. I was very scared.”
Watch her testimony (below)!
We’ll keep you updated should Douglas respond.