Crash director Paul Haggis accused of sexual misconduct

She states that Haggis told her he had an arrangement in his marriage that allowed him to sleep with other women before trying to kiss her, the report continues to claim. Haggis is yet to reply to the three new accusations. 2018-01-06T13:44:58+00:00″>
Published: January 6, 2018 1:44 pm

Paul Haggis has been accused of sexual misconduct by four women. A third accuser claimed to have met Haggis while pitching him a TV show idea in his office. Now, three other women have come forward with accusations. “The power, the anger, the financial resources, you feel like you are not really a match for that,” she said. The director, 64, denied his publicist Haleigh Breest’s allegations and counter-sued her. The final accuser claims that in 2015, Haggis forcibly kissed her before following her into a taxi. Haggis had previously said that he was used to defending himself against “false allegations” because he was a notable critic of Scientology. She claims he forced her to perform oral sex on him before raping her. Top News
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