Sophia Bush speaks out against mistreated, mistreated & # 39; at Chicago P.D.

Sophia Bush commented on the abuse & # 39; and & # 39; maltreatment & # 39; she put on the set of her popular American TV show Chicago P.D.

The 36-year-old detective Erin Lindsay about the drama series, but stopped and left the series in May 2017 after the season finale, despite the fact that he had signed a seven-year contract.

She told the New York Post: "I stopped because what I learned, I'm programmed to be a good girl and a workhorse and a tugboat that I've always given priority to dragging it ship for the crew, for the show, for the group, for my own health. "

"The reality was that my body fell apart, because I was really unhappy."

She said despite how miserable she was, she insisted on the interests of everyone else in production.

"I have internalized and some kind of, inhabited that role of" pull the tug "to the point where just because I am unhappy or abused or at work abused, I am not going to do this work for all these people and what about the cameraman whose two daughters I like and so he pays their rent.

"It becomes so important, if your bosses tell you that if you throw up a ruckus, you will all have a job and you believe them."

Eventually, she was forced to approach her bosses to send things out, but she was told that she had to stop & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I said: & # 39; Okay, you can put me in the position to go quietly on my own or you can put me in the position to sue the network to get me out of my deal and I'll write an opinion for The New York Times and tell them why, & # 39; said Bush.

"In the neighborhood of my tenure there, I was probably hard to be around because I was in so much pain and I felt so ignored," Bush explained.

This follows Bush's time on One Tree Hill, in which she and other female fellows and crew members accused Jeff Schwahn of sexual misconduct last year.

No matter how bad the situation was, she said it was different because Schwahn lived in LA, but the show was filmed in North Carolina.

"Eighty percent of the time we were on the set, loved our experience and each other and then he would come to town and it would be like:" Beware of F *** ing Handsy McHandsy there. "

"There was a lot that was inappropriate, but it was not all the time … it was not the same One was like a man we are like:" Oh, God, he's back. "And one of them was a consistent massacre of abuse," Bush said.

"You start to lose yourself when someone attacks you in a room full of people and everyone literally looks away, looks at the floor, looks at the ceiling and you are the only woman in the room and every man who is twice your size. does nothing. "

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