Irish Producer Offered Actresses Film Roles in Exchange for Sex

A top producer of the hit film The Irishman is facing allegations that he offered film roles to actresses in exchange for sex. The Los Angeles Times claimed That Randall Emmett has been charged with sexual misconduct in addition to unethical business practices marked by debt and extended litigation.

Gloria Allred represents a woman

Lawyer Gloria Allred is representing a woman. Who said that when she was 23 years old. Emmett clarified. that “in order to get acting work from her, she must do sexual favors”.

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Woman, who did not reveal her name for fear of repercussions. Said that she once asked Emmett in a text message if she had found a role she had tried out for. And he wrote back, “Yeah. One day’s work and you’ll have me.

The LA Times claims it published the piece, based on hundreds of court filings, internal company records, and interviews with dozens of former associates, who confirmed that the 51-year-old is facing debt, lawsuits, and misdemeanor charges.

A spokesperson tells Page Six via Sally Hoffmeister

However, the filmmaker through his spokeswoman Sally Hoffmeister has denied all allegations in the article, telling Page Six. “It stems from an allegation dating back to 2012 that Randall denies.”

His custody dispute with Randall’s ex-fiancé

The filmmaker also blamed his former fiancé, “Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent, and his alleged “smear campaign”. Hoffmeister is quoted as saying. “These allegations are false and are part of a now-familiar smear campaign by Randall’s ex-fiancé to quell their custody dispute.”

Randall’s shady business practices

“Lala Kent lied and manipulated others in her desperate attempt to win full custody of her daughter, keep her name in the press, and remain relevant in reality television.” Kent’s rep declined to comment. However, Page Six claims that a source said: “This piece was apparently done by the LA Times with many, many sources in the months leading up to the reporting. Lala was only a small part of this whole story. The article was in fact Randall’s shady business practices for over 10 years in the U.S.”

The Irishman” creator direct messaged Instagram

Another woman claims the “Irishman” creator sent direct messages on Instagram and “unsolicited” messages to her in early 2022. The 30-year-old, who is based in Las Vegas, claimed in a declaration filed in Emmett’s custody. that he told her to “on dl which means “low down,” and “to do heroin and meth.” According to the report.

In a court document obtained by the publication, the woman wrote, “I was shocked, worried, and scared because Randall is a stranger to me.” “His persistence despite never responding to a single message from me is appalling,” Hoffmeister told the LA Times that his client has been sober for nearly a year and has provided a negative drug test.

The charges proceeded with Lala in his custody.

The crisis-management campaigner told Page Six: “The allegation arose easily with Lala in her custody proceeding to provide no forensic evidence that the lessons were not spoofed using one of the many apps.”. “Needless to say, the judge gave no credence to it. Furthermore, Randall provided the Times with impassable evidence that he had tested negative for drugs during this period and continues to be drug-free.”

Third woman, who opted to remain anonymous

A third woman also chose to remain anonymous. shared her experience with Emmett with the LA Times. She said that in 2014, the producer of ‘Lone Survivor’ approached her in their Rolls-Royce. Because she was leaving once and reportedly told him, “I’m not a creep. I promise. I’m a filmmaker,

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