Catherine Zeta Jones unveils fears her teenage daughter might face sexual harassment at the job BY SAEED NASIR

Michael Douglas with partner Catherine Zeta Jones and daughter Carys

 

Catherine Zeta Jones has told of her worries her teen little princess might one day face sexual harassment at work.

As spouse Michael Douglas fights sex says, she said she hopes campaigns like Time’s Up change attitudes for good.

 

The Welsh star insisted Douglas, 73, had been “honest” in a assertion branding ex-employee Susan Braudy’s boasts “a complete lie”.

But after the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Catherine, 48, admitted she concerns for little girl Carys, 14.

 

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She said: “I am hoping it will be something she doesn’t have to think about in the workplace. Let’s not keep our breaths, but preferably.”

Braudy claims Douglas masturbated in front of her at his Stonebridge Productions company in 1989.

 

Catherine said of her husband’s rebuttal: “He was genuine. He now must take the next phase. From the question for him. It happened 30 years back. BC – Before Catherine.”

 

Catherine said: “I hope it’ll be something she doesn’t have to take into account in the workplace”
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She received an Oscar for her role in Weinstein-produced Chicago, but said she got never been abused by him or anyone else in Hollywood.

She was very pleased so many possessed spoken up, adding: “These women developing, it’s an eye-opener.”