After accusations against Marcius Melhem, Dani Calabresa speaks out – Celebrities

Yesterday afternoon, 24, the lawyer Mayra Cotta, in an interview with Mônica Bergamo, in which she accuses the former director of Globo, Marcius Melhem, of having morally and sexually harassing several actresses of the network.


Dani Calabresa demonstrates in favor of the victims of Marcius Melhem

Marcius commented on his Twitter account. “Shortly after the interview was published, Marcius Melhem used his twitter to give his version of the facts cited.

“In the face of such serious accusations that I never committed, what can I do? Deny. I make available all my communication that I have filed, with any person who has worked or related to me in those years ”, he wrote.

Support from fans and friends

Today, 25, it was the turn of actress Dani Calabresa to manifest. Also using your Twitter account, to post a photo with the following to say. “Beginnings only happen when you take a risk. Go without fear and if fear strikes, it goes even then”, and she adds, saying “doing the right thing requires courage”.

The post soon had the support of several users, artists and anonymous people gave support to Calabresa, who even without mentioning the name of the ex-director, knew what it was about. “You are a giant friend !!! I am very proud of you”, commented actress Bia Arantes ”.

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