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A CSI casting employee was fired in 2008 for asking actresses to disrobe in private

  • The allegations against Andy Henry were just made public today amid Hollywood’s sexual misconduct scandals, with five women telling The Hollywood Reporter that they felt he preyed on them. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Henry was a “gatekeeper for entry-level parts” who “urged actresses seeking roles to disrobe during private, paid auditioning sessions.” Henry went on to work on major films after he was fired from CSI. But his current employer has placed him on leave following the revelations from his past. Asked about his behavior, Henry describes it as “foolish and foolhardy,” adding that "I was then, and remain to this day, profoundly sorry about these incidents.”

    TOPICS: CSI, Andy Henry, Sexual Misconduct