Actress Grace Van Dien from Stranger Things, who uses the Twitch alias BlueFille, has revealed troubling information about her acting career. After a recent unpleasant incident on the set of her most recent film project, Van Dien revealed that she plans to spend more time to live streaming.
Van Dien claims that the producer of the movie made unwanted approaches toward her and suggested that they have a “threesome” together. This terrible occurrence brings to light the industry’s darker side, which is frequently marred by abuse, exploitation, and harassment. On the other side, Twitch offers her the opportunity to pick and choose who she connects with, as Van Dien relates.
A recent Stranger Things cast member, Grace Van Dien, has spoken out against the persistent issue of boundary violations for women in the entertainment business. Van Dien said during a recent live webcast that she had personally witnessed inappropriate behavior. She said this before sharing her story: “Some people are upset with me for turning down acting projects and deciding to stream more but the fact of the matter is, the last few projects I’ve worked on, I didn’t have the best experiences with some of the people I had to work for,”
She disclosed that she had been approached to take part in a “threesome” by the producer of her most recent film project, which she thought to be completely improper. She remarked: “With streaming I get to choose who I hang out with, who I talk to, etc. One of the last movies I did, one of the producers hired a girl that he was sleeping with and then he had her ask me to have a threesome with them. So like, that’s my boss.”
The producer’s request, revealed by Van Dien, brings attention to the pervasiveness of s*xual harassment in the entertainment sector, where performers are frequently the targets of unwelcome advances and inappropriate behavior from individuals in positions of authority.