Visa, Vancouver Transit Drop Morgan Freeman After Harassment Allegations
Eight women have now accused the 80-year-old actor of inappropriate behavior.
Actor Morgan Freeman has been dropped from the ad campaigns of at least two organizations after eight women accused him of inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment. Women who previously worked with the Oscar-winning actor told CNN that he repeatedly made comments about their bodies or their clothing and frequently engaged in inappropriate touching. In response to the allegations, Visa announced it had suspended him from its marketing campaign. TransLink, Vancouver's public transit system, also decided to stop using Freeman's voice as part of an ad campaign to promote its Visa credit card and mobile payments on bus and Skytrain operations.