Gina Carano, actress fired from the Star Wars series, accused Disney of harassment and intimidation

After the dismissal of the actress Gina Carano by Lucasfilm and his irrevocable farewell to “The Mandalorian”, has generated an endless controversy, where the actress continues to make serious accusations about Disney and its policies.

And now, in an interview with Ben Shapiro’s YouTube channel, the actress accused Disney having harassed and intimidated her for her ideoological beliefs: “I’ve been through a lot and I’ve seen a lot, like the harassment there has been. And I’ve seen it before, I’m not the only one who has been bullied by this company. I know so well that I could share a story and change things in the media, but I can’t because I would be selling to a friend who doesn’t have the same point of view, so I’m not going to sell someone to divert attention. “, to which he added that: “Everyone is afraid of losing their job.”

The actress even stated that her dismissal was already something to assume, because according to her: “I think they have gone after my head, I don’t know for how many months, and it shows. A couple of weeks ago, Lucasfilm asked one of their artists to delete my character and put another in its place “

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The decision comes after Lucasfilm, the producer responsible for the films of “Star Wars” and from the series “The Mandalorian”, dispensed with his work and described as “aberrant” some of the comments perpetrated by the actress.

Specifically, the controversy was sparked by a publication on social networks in which the actress compared the political situation of U.S with the Germany n4zi: “As history is altered, most people do not realize that to get to the point where N4zi soldiers could easily arrest thousands of Jews, the government first provoked their own neighbors to hate them simply for being Jews. How is that different from hating someone for their political opinions? “, published the actress.

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Although the message did not reflect a political alignment, that text was followed by a photo of a man with his head covered in masks and the text: “Meanwhile in California”. The actress, who has also participated in films such as “Deadpool” y “Fast & Furious”, deleted both posts.

Carano has been against the use of masks on other occasions, has supported comments that assure that there is no discrimination in U.S and that the followers of the former president Donald Trump they are treated unfairly.

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Carlos Espitia with information from EFE • • Tue, 23 / Feb / 2021 8:11 am


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