Ashley judd dating history
When she was filming Paramount’s “Kiss the Girls” in the late 90s, Judd was sexually harassed by a mogul from a rival studio, who kept summoning her to his hotel room under the pretense of talking about roles in his movies.The situation escalated until the mogul, who Judd declined to name, tried to get Judd to watch him take a shower.The ultimate thing when I was weaseling out of everything else was, “Will you watch me take a shower? That also contributed to my journey of coming forward, because I felt bad about myself initially for the way I maintained my safety and got out of the room.” And all the other women, sitting around this table with me, said, “Oh my god—that’s what he said to me too.” In that moment, I told him something like, “When I win an Academy Award in one of your movies.” He said, “No, when you get nominated.” I said, “No, no, when I win an Academy Award.” That was a small moment of power when I was able to contradict him and hold to my reality. And by the way, I’ve never been offered a movie by that studio. When, in fact, what I did was exceedingly clever and brilliant and self-preserving.The couple issued a statement to People confirming their breakup."We have mutually decided to end our marriage," the statement said.
While Franchitti was winning four series championships, Judd was frequently shown on TV and interviewed. Judd is 'taking a close look' at running STATS: Franchitti's 2008 NASCAR season"It is difficult to overstate how proud I am of my husband," Judd told USA TODAY Sports in 2008, when Franchitti briefly left Indy Car for NASCAR.This will be familiar to all the women to whom this has happened. I was with a bunch of other actors, and it was critical that it was actors: The exact same thing had happened to them by the exact same mogul.Only when we were sitting around talking about it did we realize our experiences were identical.That’s another element of how we internalize those attitudes and talking to other people is so crucial is being able to take action.A few years later, I attended a gathering for the literati in New York at the premiere of “Double Jeopardy.” I was getting ready to say something out loud across the crowded table to him. I was no longer that naïve ingénue who couldn’t identify what was happening as it was happening. I feel like I could have easily had a breakthrough conversation about what happened with men as I could with those women.