Liam Neeson described the onslaught of Hollywood's sexual misconduct allegations as "a bit of a witch hunt", Fox News reports. "There's a few people, acclaimed individuals, being all of a sudden blamed for touching some young lady's knee or something, and all of a sudden they're being dropped from their program or something".
Keillor was sacked by Minnesota Public Radio late previous year over allegations of "inappropriate behavior with an individual who worked with him".
Keillor issued an email statement to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune at the time, in which he denied any wrongdoing, Keillor believed that the alleged incident took place when he accidentally "put my hand on a woman's bare back".
There are Harvey Weinstein stuff, which is...
Neeson, 65, said his fellow actor was engaging in "childhood stuff" and that anything he might have done while working as a theatre actor could have been "because of superstition". "Later, he emailed her because he was concerned - apparently he has a thing about touching and physical intimacy - and again she said, 'Don't worry about it, forget about it".
He said that the woman had said it was fine, but months later his station had received a call from the woman's solicitor, and his radio station then "dropped him". You do silly things. "If you don't do it every night, you think it's gonna jinx the show".
He said: "When you're doing a play with your family, other actors and technicians - you do silly things". I think Dustin Hoffman was ...
The actress took to Instagram to reveal her decision, creating a post that read, "I have learned that some orders for Daya by Zendaya have not been fulfilled and that complaints to the customer service representatives have gone unanswered".
At the end of the segment, Neeson said: 'There is a movement happening.
Neeson went on to show his support by talking about what he's learned through his position as a UNICEF goodwill ambassador regarding the treatment of female workers across farms and ranches. And I get sent facts and figures and stuff.