Halle Berry And Taraji Manager Allegedly FORCED Black Actresses . . . To ‘S*CK OR F**K’ . . . To Get Roles In Hollywood!!!

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Nine women have accused Hollywood manager Vincent Cirrincione of unwanted sexual advances over a period of two decades. The women came forward to accuse the man so closely associated with the careers of Halle Berry and Taraji P. Henson.

The Washington Post reports that the women claim Vincent used his reputation “as an important gatekeeper for black actresses” to “prey upon young women of color seeking an entry into Hollywood.”

The nine women in the WaPo article include eight African Americans and one Asian American. One of the women, Tamika Lamison, says she was a 27-year-old New York stage actress in 1996 when an audition with Cirrincione ended when he
grabbed her, kissed her and said he’d accept her as a client in exchange for sex. Lamison pushed him away and left.

The women claim that Vincent told Black
actresses looking for work that they had to “s*ck or f*ck” to get a role.

Source: MediaTakeOut
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