She also said he routinely engaged in sexually charged talk in front of her; made lewd comments about her sex life, body and choice of clothes and recounted his affairs with Kathleen Turner and other women.
"As producers, we provide key leadership in creating and sustaining work environments built on mutual respect, so it is our obligation to change our culture and eradicate this abuse", the PGA said in guidelines that went out to its 8,200 members.
"He slid down to the floor, unbuckled his belt, and put his hands inside his pants".
Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff, with whom Braudy claims she discussed the masturbation incident, corroborated her story, telling THR the two had discussed it several times over the years along with Douglas's "relentless, goading, mocking and belittling sexual behavior". He said that Braudy's story met the Hollywood Reporter's standards in that she could provide corroborating evidence, including statements from people who had been told about the alleged harassment around the time it occurred.
'One of my friends said, "You better not tell people about him".
Douglas admitted to using "colorful language", in front of Braudy, but said, "none of it was directed at her".
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Douglas denies the story, saying: "I'm bewildered why, after 32 years, this is coming out, now". It's not an expression that related to the '80s. "I'd confess to anything I thought I was responsible for", he says. The part that hurt the worst is having to share something like this to your wife and your children. Filed under "more" is an incident where Braudy said that Douglas masturbated in front of her without her permission. Another time, she said, he joked to a group of agents in her presence that he assumed she was "a screamer" in bed. She doesn't feel the same way anymore. She primarily worked out of the actor's living room to read scripts and hire screenwriters, according to personal notes detailed in a piece published Thursday by the Hollywood Reporter.
Braudy alleged in documents provided to The Hollywood Reporter that she was in a script meeting with Douglas, now 73, when she noticed he slid down from his chair onto the floor. "I'm hurt, really hurt and offended and I wonder if people realise when you do something like this, it hurts a lot more than just one person". Michael ran barefoot after me to the elevator, zipping his fly and buckling his belt, saying "Hey, thank you, you're good".
The author also accused her former employer of making demeaning comments about her looks.
Watch a clip from Braudy's appearance on Today below. "And I was very scared", she said. "That is because at no time, and under no circumstance, did I behave inappropriately toward her". I never blackballed her.