G. McConway
December 18, 2023

Actor Accuses Powerful Man in Hollywood of Sexual Harassment

The rumor mill is blowing up right now in Hollywood after Christian Keyes revealed that someone very powerful in Hollywood has sexually harassed him.

Keyes did not specifically name the individual, but speculation is running wild that the subject of his claim is Tyler Perry.

In addition to being an actor, Keyes also wrote and produced “All the Queen’s Men” in partnership with Tyler Perry Studios.

Bombshell Allegation

Keyes made his announcement after the lawsuit against Sean “Puffy” Combs was announced in November, citing that case as his inspiration to come forward.

Combs is now involved in a $30 million lawsuit with Cassie Ventura, his ex.

According to Keyes, the Hollywood executive offered him $100,000 to strip, in addition to other favors being granted.

He stated, “I really want to just clear the air because I’m tired.” In addition to saying he has recordings of the alleged proposition, he also claims to have paperwork for a car that he says was an apology.

The interview blew up after that post was made, with people torching Tyler Perry as well as sticking up for him, citing that Keyes did not name Perry, so it was irresponsible for people to speculate that it was Perry solely on the fact these two were in business together…

In the video, Keyes also hinted that he would no longer be working with his alleged harasser, stating, “The bad part is, I’m gonna be painted as the villain when I was the one that was s*xually harassed for years – years. Fully intimidated and s*xually harassed for years.”

According to Keyes, this was never about the money, which is why he let the statute of limitations expire on the charge.

You can see his full video statement below…

For now, speculation will run wild until Keyes comes forward and files his police report to finally reveal the identity of the alleged sexual harasser.

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