The Glamour And The Sexual Abuse in Hollywood

painting By O Yemi Tubi

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Created in 2018 “I met them all. Some were vicious and crooked. But … you saw Hollywood with their eyes — an overcrowded brothel, a merry-go-round with beds for horses.” Marilyn Monroe Many aspiring performing artists across the world moved to Hollywood with a dream to be superstars on the silver screens but few ever walked on the Hollywood red carpet without the scares of fame and fortune. This painting was inspired when recent victims of Hollywood sexual predators like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Charles Rose, and many alike, started to speak out about their ordeals.