Lynda Carter Reveals Sexual Misconduct on Wonder Woman TV Show Set
She may have played one of the most powerful feminist icons to ever grace the screen, but Lynda Carter is sharing her own stories of sexual misconduct from the set of the ’70s Wonder Woman TV show.
The former Miss World America helped bring Wonder Woman to life in 1975 and stayed with the show over its three-season run. Playing the titular Diana Prince, Carter became synonymous with the role of the fierce Amazonian warrior woman – continuing that legacy ever since. Now, in the wake of the Weinstein scandal and various #MeToo stories, Carter is reminding fans that even a superhero like Wonder Woman can’t always ...
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