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Gal Gadot Is Confirming This Rumor About What Happened While Working With Joss Whedon

More details about Joss Whedon‘s behavior on the set of Justice League has come out in a new interview with Gal Gadot.

The 35-year-old actress has opened up about the disgraced director in an interview on Israeli news outlet N12, and revealed just what she experienced working with him and confirming rumors.

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Joss Whedon Threatened to Harm Gal Gadot's Career During 'Justice League,' Bombshell Report Claims

A bombshell new report has emerged about Gal Gadot‘s working relationship with Justice League director Joss Whedon. Whedon has been disgraced over various allegations against him in the recent past, including allegations about what went down during filming of the DC Universe movie.

A new report has emerged suggesting Joss threatened Gal‘s career. Gal’s Wonder Woman was released in June of 2017 and Justice League was released a few months later, for context.

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Joss Whedon Faces Additional 'Buffy' & 'Angel' Toxic Workplace Allegations

Joss Whedon is being called out.

Eleven individuals under anonymity who worked directly on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Angel, or were closely familiar with the productions at The WB and UPN, spoke out in a story for Variety on Friday (February 26).

The writer-producer was accused of “a pattern of inappropriate, imperious and disparaging behavior toward those who worked for him” in the report. The allegations come after Charisma Carpenter came forward with allegations of misconduct in February.

A source who allegedly worked with Charisma on set corroborated her story with Variety, saying that she would often discuss the mistreatment at the time, describing it as “very, very bad,” “mean-spirited” and “verbal abuse.”

He is accused of creating a “cult of personality,” with those on the inside earning praise, and those on the outside receiving “scorn, derision and callousness.”

“Another major factor contributing to the messy nature of the Buffy set: Stories of Whedon engaging in affairs with women working on the show quickly spread, according to three independent sources. As the executive producer and showrunner, Whedon was the boss, including of the women with whom he engaged in relationships. The alleged behavior contributed to a toxic workplace and heightened competition on set, blurring the lines between personal and professional demeanor for the cast — dynamics that continued long after Whedon’s purported affairs ended,” the outlet reported.

Those allegations coincide with those made by his ex-wife, Kai Cole, who in August of 2017 wrote in The Wrap that he had engaged in multiple affairs with actors and co-workers.

In addition, a person with direct knowledge of the production at the time confirmed to Variety that an effort was made by those around Michelle Trachtenberg to ensure she was never alone with the director, reportedly “due to an improper verbal exchange between Whedon and Trachtenberg.”

The set was allegedly “often aggressively adult, with inappropriate and cutting jokes flying behind the scenes. One source with detailed knowledge of the production recalls Trachtenberg’s mother expressing frustration because the set atmosphere was inappropriate for a young teenager.”

Joss Whedon declined to comment on the story.

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'Buffy' Star Nicholas Brendon Isn't Ready to Speak About Joss Whedon Allegations

Nicholas Brendon isn’t ready to speak.

The 49-year-old actor, who played Xander on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, revealed in a Facebook Live that he won’t yet be speaking about the allegations against Joss Whedon of abusive behavior on set.

“I’m not speaking on Joss yet,” he explained as he prepared to undergo spinal surgery.

“It’s very personal for me, so I’ll speak on that when I’m ready to speak on that because he and I had a relationship. It’s a big part of my life, a very emotional part of my life and I want to give it the proper respect and time that it deserves,” he went on to say, adding “it’s hard” to come up with the right words to address situations like this.

“It’s not just something I want to make a comment on, do you know what I mean? If you don’t mind, I’m going to get some spinal surgery tomorrow and heal and come up with a statement that represents me.”

He did say there were “transgressions” while working on the series.

“I just hope that growth comes, and healing [comes] and him being a better person … because I think that’s what every day is about. You know what I mean? Not beating somebody up. I mean, were there transgressions? Yeah, there were. To me as well … I had my relationship with Joss as well. And I love him. … I mean, for me, I took the good, I took the bad. But that’s not everybody. … I love and support [Charisma] very much and I know that story, and it’s not a kind story.”

Find out more about Charisma Carpenter‘s allegations. Here’s what another co-star just said about the claims.

David Boreanaz Publicly Supports 'Buffy' Co-Star Charisma Carpenter Amid Joss Whedon Allegations

David Boreanaz is breaking his silence on the allegations of abuse and on-set misconduct by Joss Whedon on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

If you don’t know, the 51-year-old actor portrayed the fan favorite character Angel on the show from 1997-2003, and then got his own spinoff show from 1999-2004.

It started last week when Charisma Carpenter came forward with allegations of abuse. Sarah Michelle Gellar quickly posted a brief statement as well, before Michelle Trachtenberg weighed in.

Fans then wanted to hear from David, as he was an integral part of the show.

He publicly tweeted support for Charisma after she bravely came forward.

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Eliza Dushku Sends Support to 'Buffy' Co-Star Charisma Carpenter Amid Joss Whedon Allegations

Eliza Dushku is the latest Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast member to come forward with a message of support for Charisma Carpenter.

Earlier this week, Charisma came forward with allegations of on set abuse and misconduct against Joss Whedon, who created the hit WB series along with the spinoff series Angel.

Now, Eliza, who played Faith on both shows, took to Instagram on Thursday (February 11) to praise Charisma for sharing her story.

“CC, my heart aches for you and I’m so sorry you have held this for so long,” Eliza wrote. “Your post was powerful, painful, and painted a picture we’ll collectively never un-see or un-know.”

Eliza worked with Joss on both Buffy and Angel along with another show Dollhouse. She says that she didn’t know about his alleged abuse of power towards Charisma.

“I frequently think of the saying, ‘We are as sick as our secrets.’ Our secrets indeed make and keep us sick,” Eliza continued. “What I’m learning more and more – and have personally found most valuable – is that profound healing can only from naming and disclosing what actually happened, the necessary first step (once someone’s ready) to freeing ourselves from our secrets, untold truths which have kept us isolated, ashamed, and held hostage.”

Eliza added, “Neglecting to ‘name’ the power/gender/sexual/racial abuse epidemic in the entertainment industry (and for that matter society in general), enables the abusers and only emboldens and ultimately fortifies abusive systems.”

Eliza concluded her message with sending support to Charisma and other victims of abuse.

“May you and countless others feel the solidarity and connection you have likely missed for too long,” Eliza wrote. “From courage, come change and hope. It starts and will end because of courageous truth-tellers like you. I admire, respect, and love you.”

Another Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress recently revealed that Joss Whedon wasn’t allowed to be alone with her on set.

Michelle Trachtenberg Says Joss Whedon Was Not Allowed to Be Alone With Her on 'Buffy' Set

Michelle Trachtenberg came forward this week to say that Joss Whedon exhibited inappropriate behavior while around her on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and now she’s adding to her statement.

The 35-year-old actress was only 14 when she joined the show in season four as Buffy’s younger sister Dawn Summers.

Michelle initially shared co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s statement about Joss and said, “Thank you @sarahmgellar for saying this. I am brave enough now as a 35 year old woman….To repost this. Because. This must. Be known. As a teenager. With his not appropriate behavior….very. Not. Appropriate.”

Fans later noticed that Michelle edited the caption of her post to include more details about what happened on the set.

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