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via praisebaltimore:

The #MeToo Movement is hitting a little closer to home in Black Hollywood.

Vincent Cirrincione, the former manager of Halle Berry and current manager of Taraji P. Henson, has been accused of sexual harassment by nine women of color, mostly who are African-American.

According to the Washington Post, the nine women–eight of which are Black and one who is Asian-American–came forward to the newspaper accusing Cirrincione of making sexual advances toward them. These accusations spanned almost 20 years from 1993-2011.

The Post reported that three of the women claimed that the Hollywood manager propositioned sex as a condition of representing them and their acting careers. Another woman claims Cirrincione offered to help her advance her career if she agreed to have sex with him on a monthly basis.

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