Noel Clarke Accused of Sexual Misconduct on ‘Doctor Who’ Set

Noel Clarke Accused of Sexual Misconduct on ‘Doctor Who’ Set
Accusations have also been brought against John Barrowman, with the BBC saying it plans to “investigate any specific allegations”

Noel Clarke has been accused of sexual misconduct on the set of BBC’s “Doctor Who,” which he appeared on from 2005 to 2010 in the role of Mickey Smith.

According to The Guardian, several people have come forward with allegations that they were sexually harassed or inappropriately touched by “Bulletproof” actor Clarke when he worked on “Doctor Who,” both on the set and at a promotional event for the show. Accusations have also been made against John Barrowman, who played Capt. Jack Harkness on both “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood,” with sources telling per The Guardian Barrowman repeatedly exposed himself to co-workers on the sets of two BBC productions.

“The BBC is against all forms of inappropriate behaviour and we’re shocked to hear of these allegations,” a BBC spokesperson said in a statement to TheWrap Friday.
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