Andy Dick Fired From Second Movie Over Sexual Misconduct Claims, Escorted OFF Set

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After a previous report of Andy Dick’s dismissal in mid-October from the Arizona set of an independent film titled Raising Buchanan following allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment involving at least four members of the production, another dismissal is underway.

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On Oct. 18, Dick was fired from the North Hollywood set of Vampire Dad just hours after arriving to set on the first day of filming to play a misfit-type vampire in the micro-budgeted horror comedy. According to the first-time producer and a letter from Moseley’s legal team says Dick was escorted off set due to “multiple, flagrant acts of improper conduct and inappropriate contact with several cast and crew members.”

“As soon as I started to hear the stories on set, we ordered an investigation because I realized the magnitude of his actions,” Kathryn Moseley says, adding that the production is estimated to have been staffed by 70 percent women. “There’s a tectonic shift happening in Hollywood around this subject matter. For me, it’s important to draw a line and say that this is not OK for anyone. As a production company, we support everyone on set and we want to provide a good, positive work environment.”
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photographs are Courtesy:  AP
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