Netflix Fires Executive Who Told One of Danny Masterson's Alleged Victims They Didn't Believe Her
A Netflix spokeswoman confirmed to the Reporter that as of December 11th, "Mr. Yeatman is no longer employed at Netflix"-joining Masterson, who the company dropped on December 5th .
Though at least four women have accused Masteron of rape, the Huffington Post reported that Yeatman told a woman at the sidelines of a children's soccer game in Los Angeles that Netflix takes such accusations seriously but "we don't believe them." That woman then informed Yeatman that she was one of the victims and that "I hope no one ever says that to your daughter." When she added that the accusations were true, Yeatman allegedly responded "we'll see" in a condescending tone.
Netflix said in a statement to the Post that "Mr. Yeatman's comments were careless, uninformed and do not represent the views of the company," though it claimed that he did not play any role in the decisions on what to do about Masterson.
Masterson is the second high-profile Netflix star cut loose for allegations of
As the Reporter noted, Masterson has denied the accusations.