‘I’m not going to be silenced’: Woman who was bullied for being a woman in the film industry says she’s not going away

Posted September 20, 2018 06:16:00 A woman who was sexually assaulted by a director in the industry has revealed that she will continue to work in the entertainment industry and her story is not over.

The actress, known as the Blue Raspberry Wave, was a member of the film and television industry and a pioneer in promoting the positive portrayal of women in the field.

She told News.co.nz that she was bullied by director John Travolta for being female in the 1970s, when she was still a teenager.

She said she was a “woman of colour” when she attended the Royal Military Academy and the Royal College of Art in the 1960s and 1970s.

The Blue Raspberry is now 84 and lives in Sydney, Australia.

She met Travola at a Hollywood party and married him, before divorcing him and moving to New York to start a family.

I didn’t know what to do. “

The rape was so shocking.

I didn’t know what to do.

It was like I had just been raped,” she said.

She went on to work for years as a model and actress before getting pregnant and moving back to Australia to start her career as a writer.

“It was an incredible experience.

It wasn’t like I was just another victim.

I was a woman of colour in the 1950s,” she told News Breakfast.

“They were making movies and I was part of it.

I had to get used to being a part of a movie, because I was so young and naive,” she added.

She has also worked with Hollywood stars including Marlene Dietrich and Kate Winslet.

“John Travoets legacy is an inspiration for me and for women like me in Hollywood.

“We can be a little bit of an outcast, but I feel like there are a few more women who will follow John Tarnos footsteps.” “

The Blue Ribbon Awards were held on September 21 to honour women who have been nominated for best actress and best supporting actress. “

We can be a little bit of an outcast, but I feel like there are a few more women who will follow John Tarnos footsteps.”

The Blue Ribbon Awards were held on September 21 to honour women who have been nominated for best actress and best supporting actress.

“To get an award is a great honour.

It’s also a way to show your support to women who aren’t as lucky as I am,” she continued.

The award for best supporting actor is given to an actor who has been nominated five times.

“All my work is based on the assumption that you’re a good person, a good woman, a kind, loving, caring person, but it doesn’t mean you’re perfect,” she explained.

“You’ve got to work hard to be the best person you can be.”

The award is given in the year of the birth of a child.

“What John did for us was to give us the confidence to be confident in ourselves, in each other and in ourselves,” she concluded.