Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa, has said that some actresses, especially the up and coming, make themselves vulnerable to sexual harassment by movie producers and directors.

Sexual harassment: Actresses make themselves vulnerable — Dayo Amusa

The 37-year-old in an interview with The Nation, said an adult has every right to say

no to predatory men but most upcoming actresses in the industry are the ones

running after producers and directors.

Asked if she had experienced sexual harassment in the industry, the actress said:

“No, I have not but something similar happened to me in my early years.”

“A director might see an upcoming actress and say I like you but you cannot be forced

and it is so sad that these upcoming actresses are coming to fire the directors

and producers to have their way.”

“It’s not that the directors are the one taking advantage of them.”

“Even the so-called girls as well come in making themselves vulnerable to the producers to get roles fast. So it takes two to tango.”

Dayo Amusa have been consistent in speaking about domestic abuse and

sexual assault in the country.

The beautiful screen diva have appeared I many blockbuster movies as her hardwork and relentless effort have seen her become the face of top brand in the country.

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