James Woods: Former Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Philip Berk Blacklisted Me over Hillary Clinton | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


James Woods: Former Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Philip Berk Blacklisted Me over Hillary Clinton

Actor James Woods took to Twitter on Thursday and claimed that he was blacklisted by a former president of the powerful Hollywood Foreign Press Association after he refused to support failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

“I recommend this interview highly. I, too, was blacklisted by that individual at #HFPA after nine Golden Globe nominations,” Woods wrote, claiming that former HFPA president Philip Berk retaliated against him for having the wrong politics, and linking to a GQ magazine article in which actor Brendan Fraser claimed he was groped in 2003 by then-president of the HFPA Philip Berk.

“During a press junket with HFPA, he asked if I would support Hillary Clinton if she ever ran for president. Never nominated again go,” the outspoken conservative actor wrote. In his interview with GQ, Fraser wondered if his career declined as a result of the alleged assault he claims to have suffered at the hands of Berk.

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