BBC News reports that a third party has reported sex crimes to a man after recent lawsuits against actor Noel Clark.
Police said they were evaluating the information, which was reported on April 21. A third-party report in the UK is anonymous, so the allegation cannot be investigated by police. However, they can be compared with other reports against the same person.
This latest information comes after 20 women accused Clark of sexual harassment and harassment. He “vehemently” denied any sexual offenses or crimes.
“On Wednesday (April 21st), police received a report from a third party related to allegations of sexual crimes allegedly committed by a man for a period of time,”
Noel Clarke has been stopped by the All3Media-supported production Unstoppable Film & Television
The accusations against Clark are growing. The Guardian, which heard the story against Clark on Thursday, said six other people had filed lawsuits for misconduct, including former students at the London School of Dramatic Art (LSDA).
In a statement, Jake Taylor, the school’s principal and founder, said Clark ran an “unauthorized” hands-on acting workshop. In this class, he claims to have “organized improvisational exercises in which students were informed that they should undress and get ready for bed.”
In response, the school stopped Clark from accepting unsupervised sessions “with immediate effect,” he said. Taylor added that Clark had not been active in the LSDA since 2015 and the relationship was no longer active, saying Friday, “If we had known about these details at the time, we would have terminated the professional relationship between Noel and our school with immediate effect. . ”
Clark’s lawyers say the workshop, titled “Facing Your Fears,” was designed to help students worried about their acting roles and to “normalize” the removal of outerwear in a safe environment.
His lawyers told the Guardian that Clark flatly denied encouraging or forcing anyone to be naked as part of the seminar.
When the allegations first surfaced, Clark issued a statement.
“Recent reports, however, have made it clear to me that some of my actions have affected people in ways I did not intend or realize,” he said. “I am deeply sorry for these people. I will seek professional help to educate myself and change for the better. “
ITV did not broadcast the latest episode of a police drama on Friday Point of view, in which he plays a major role, as a result of the allegations. Sky has also stopped working with Clarke, including the fourth series of crime dramas Cult-resistant.
He was also stopped by Bafta three weeks after the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awarded him for his outstanding contribution.
Clark, 45, is known for playing Mickey Smith in Doctor who from 2005-10 and for his film trilogy Childhood, adulthood and Brotherhood.
All3Media also fired Noel Clark and his business partner Jason Maza from their production company Unstoppable Film and Television after an explosive report of misconduct in The Guardian.
Clark and Maza founded Unstoppable Film and Television in 2015 and are backed by Discovery and Liberty Global, owned by All3Media in 2018. House House records show that All3Media holds a 21% stake in Unstoppable.