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And as the series continued, with storylines getting more and more outrageous, Badgley's tendency to hate on finished its six-season run in controversial fashion thanks to its decision to reveal the identity of Gossip Girl in 2012, Badgley needed a break--possibly a permanent one—from television."It's just the nature of television.And that's why after so many years of working in it, I was, Seriously?"'Yeah, but he loves her, but he's sweet, but it's a love story! "The social media-stalking and obsession is something Badgley knows about, thanks to his years as a teen dream on , saying he became the object of "pretty full-on obsession." "I think as an actor you can become an object of desire, which is something women are already accustomed to more or less around the world—I've definitely been, I mean I don't want to sound sensationalist, but I've literally been molested—just in the literal sense of the word—by many people in the moment," he said in a recent interview with The publication reported Badgley was "thoughtful and cautious" while discussing his experiences and he #Me Too movement, noting he was "quick to acknowledge the privilege that being a man, not to mention a white man, affords him."In a statement to provided to E!'" Badgley imagines fans saying to justify why they like Joe when he talked to E! News, Badgley clarified his comments: "The point of my comment was not to confess a personal trauma.He turned his love for acting into a career at the age of 11 when he relocated to Hollywood.
It's a litmus test to see the mental gymnastics that we're still willing to perform on a cultural level, to love an evil white man," Badgley said on stage at the show's panel during the 2018 Summer TCA Press Tour. I'm not nervous, personally, because we shot it already I suppose.
These are the same norms which support predatory men, but not exclusively predatory men.
They affect, and infect, us all." is a conversation-starter of a show for the post-Me Too TV era.
The MOTHXR frontman was born as Penn Dayton Badgley on November 1, 1986, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Lynne Murphy and Duff Badgley.
His father was a newspaper reporter and a carpenter as well as the 2008 Washington Green Party gubernatorial candidate.