A female producer alleges she was fired from E! after running Eva Longoria's red carpet comment earlier…"> A Producer For E! Says She Was Fired For Running Equal Pay Discuss Red Carpet Show – ViralBREAKDANCE

A Producer For E! Says She Was Fired For Running Equal Pay Discuss Red Carpet Show

< img src =https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2018-03/2/19/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-32731-1520038693-1.png alt data-mobile-src= "https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2018-03/2/19/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-32731-1520038693-1.png?resize=990:527"data-crop=53.28 data-mobile-crop=53.23 data-span=1 data-bfa=@o: ignore: [bfaBinder]; > A female producer alleges she was fired from E! after running Eva Longoria’s red carpet comment earlier this year supporting a news host who left the network after discovering her male coworker made double her salary.The interview on the Golden Globes red carpet with Ryan Seacrest in January came as Hollywood was going complete throttle on the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, and E! had discovered itself in the thick of when news host Catt Sadler left the network over the wide pay disparity with her cohost Jason Kennedy.In the section, Longoria speaking about the value of equivalent pay and gender equality, prior to stating, “We stand with Catt.”

Debra Messing likewise called out the network in a red carpet interview with E! host Giuliana Rancic.Here’s @DebraMessing being the MESSINGEST(compliment!)calling out E! for the @IAmCattSadler equal pay disaster on the #ERedCarpet. #GoldenGlobes https://t.co/h8ZLuawyOg 11:13 PM-07 Jan 2018″I was

surprised to hear that E! does not believe in paying their female cohosts the exact same

as their male cohosts,”she said.”I miss out on Catt Sadler.”The producer, Aileen Gram-Moreno, filed her problem Thursday with the Equal Work Opportunity

Commission, declaring E! executives were so concerned about celebs talking about the Sadler concern on the red carpet that they planned to do all pre-recorded interviews for the post-show to make sure there was no reference of her.Gram-Moreno, who said she challenged any plan to censor interviews going over Sadler, declares she was likewise told to flag any

interviews that discussed Time’s Up or the #MeToo. Fives days after the Golden Globes, Gram-Moreno says her work was ended, with the executive producer citing the Longoria interview.< img src=https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2018-03/2/21/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-01/sub-buzz-28096-1520042735-3.jpg alt="

Ryan Seacrest and actor Amy Adams at the Golden Globes in 2013.
Ryan Seacrest and star Amy Adams at the Golden

Globes in 2013. “data-mobile-src=https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2018-03/2/21/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-01/sub-buzz-28096-1520042735-3.jpg data-crop= 69.87 data-mobile-crop =69.87 data-span=1 data-bfa=@o: disregard: [bfaBinder]; > Jason Merritt/ Getty Images Ryan Seacrest and star Amy Adams at the Golden Globes in 2013.

The discrimination filing comes as attention relies on how stars will treat E! red carpet host Ryan Seacrest throughout the Oscars on Sunday. The host faces claims that he sexually bothered his former stylist– claims he strongly rejects which E! states he was cleared of after an internal investigation.E! has actually highly backed

Seacrest, a red carpet staple, amidst the debate. And on Friday, the network stated Gram-Moreno was terminated from her part time freelance position for task performance concerns, and accused of her trying to shake E! down.”For the past years, Aileen Gram Moreno was a

freelancer who worked approximately 20 days each year exclusively for our red carpet coverage,” the network said in a statement.”After the Golden Globes she was asked not to return due to job performance problems. Following an attempt to force E! to spend for her silence Ms. Moreno is now spreading deceptive and incorrect details. “A source at E! who was not licensed to go over the matter publicly, informed

BuzzFeed News that Gram-Moreno was never ever told to censor any interviews, just to flag details to the program’s executive manufacturer. Her function as a red carpet producer was to supply the full context of the interview– whether there were curse words, whether the clip consisted of a funny or buzz moment, or whether the clip consisted of anything controversial, the source added.” In the 12 years, Aileen has actually been working on red carpet programs for E!, they never ever when raised an efficiency issue, “she stated.” That is a hassle-free reason for covering efforts to silence ladies speaking up. Employers frequently attack females speaking up about discrimination, so I am dissatisfied in E!, however not shocked.”< div data-buzzblock= newsletter-signup data-module= newsletter-signup data-bfa-impressions=real data-bfa="@l: NewsletterPromo; @d: b-page-bottom;"> News moves fast. Stay up to date with the BuzzFeed News day-to-day email! You’re almost there! Inspect your inbox and validate your membership now!< header data-module =buzz-header data-bfa=@l:Header;> A Manufacturer For E! Says She Was Fired For Running Equal Pay Comment On Red Carpet

Program E! claims the producer was fired for job performance concerns and aimed to shake the

network down in exchange for her silence. Published on March 03, 2018, 02:15 GMT




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