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Jesse Williams reacts to nude video leak

Jesse Williams reacts to nude video leak

Nude footage of the actor on stage in Broadway's 'Take Me Out' recently leaked online.

Jesse Williams speaking out about her recent nude video leak. The Associated Press spoke to the 40-year-old actor on Thursday, who said he is “not disappointed” about the fact that A Video of His Nude Scene in a Broadway Play take me out Leaked online.

Williams, who plays gay baseball player Darren Lemming on the show, told the outlet, “I’m not down about it. Our job is to be out there every night, no matter what.” “I’m not really worrying about it. I can’t sweat it.”

Following the leak, Second Stage Theater issued a statement on Twitter condemning the audience for posting the video.

“Stage II Theater has worked to ensure the privacy of the ‘Take Me Out’ company by creating a phone-free space with locked phone cases at all performances. We are concerned that this policy has been violated and Unofficial footage of our acting company was posted,” the statement declared. “It’s very unfortunate that an audience member chose to disrespect the production, their fellow audience members, and most importantly, the cast in this way.”

“Taking nude photos of someone without their consent is highly objectionable and can have serious legal consequences. Posting it on the Internet is a gross and unacceptable breach of trust between the actor and the audience built in the theater community,” the statement said. “We are actively pursuing removal requests and ask that no one participate in the distribution of these images. Phase II is also adding additional staff to the theater to enforce the policy.”

Additionally, in response to the leak, ET confirmed that Second Stage Theater installed a new, audience-facing, infrared camera system to monitor for any violators of the phone rule during the show.

“This will allow us to focus on an audience member who looks like they’re doing something suspicious, and assess whether they’re just going through a purse to take a breath mint or pull out a phone.” ,” Peter Dean, director of production for Phase II, told the new York Times,

“We need to keep advocating for ourselves. And it’s amazing that a community can step back and clarify what we do, what we don’t. Consent is important, I thought. So, let’s take it universally.” Keep that in mind,” Williams told AP, “The theater is a sacred place, and not everyone understands it. Not everyone necessarily has the respect or respect that maybe they should, or we would like.”

Williams also told the outlet that he was initially unaware of the nudity on the show, something he discovered only after reading the script.

“If someone had said it was a game with nudity, it would have been framed differently,” Williams said. “But the nudity is honest. It makes sense. It’s not fetish. It serves story. It puts the audience in an interesting position to empathize with the characters.”

Williams, who earned a Tony nomination for her performance in the play, addressed the situation for the first time during an appearance. Watch Live with Andy Cohen What Happens? earlier this month.

“everybody around me” [was] Going, ‘Are you sure? Naked, naked?’ And everyone makes such a big deal,” he said. “It’s a body. Once you see it, you realize, whatever it is. This is a body. I just don’t have to make it such a big deal.”

When ET spoke with Williams in February, before making her Broadway debut with the show’s opening, she took a light-hearted approach to nude scenes.

“Everything begins, [it’s] Not a partial start,” he quipped. “It must be the smartest play that involves nudity.”

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