drama series “The Royals,” has issued a statement indicating that she experienced harassment and misconduct from creator Mark Schwahn similar to that being alleged by the stars and crew of Schwahn’s previous series, “One Tree Hill.” “I have a responsibility as someone who was working under Mark Schwahn on ‘The Royals’ to acknowledge these claims,” Park said in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday.“I am devastated to admit to myself, to my colleagues, and to this industry that I too, have been exposed to this reprehensible behavior.” Park’s statement came two days after 18 women who worked in front of and behind the camera on “One Tree Hill” sent a letter to accusing Schwahn of years of sexual harassment.
On the team, Dan was as competitive as always whereas Keith played for the fun of basketball.
They had a very pressurizing father, Royal Scott, who had every confidence in Dan, but very little in Keith due to their attitudes towards the sport.
In the letter released Monday, the actors and crew members wrote, “Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally.
More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress.
Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.
Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal.
Each student made a video message informing students fifty years in the future what Tree Hill High School was like during their time in education.
During their high school lives, Dan and Keith Scott played on the school's basketball team, the Tree Hill Ravens.
On Saturday, former “One Tree Hill” writer Audrey Wauchope took to Twitter to recall incidents of alleged harassment and misconduct perpetrated by Schwahn (who she initially did not identify by name) during her time on the show.
Wauchope described being subjected to frequent and unwanted touching by Schwahn, who she did not identify by name; seeing Schwahn show naked photos of an actress that he was having a sexual relationship with to staffers without the actress’ knowledge; and Schwahn calling Wauchope’s writing partner into his office to try to talk her out of getting married and into dating him.