NFL Film Exec Ignored Years Of Sex Abuse, Actress Says

Law360, New York (June 28, 2017, 6:35 PM EDT) -- An executive with the film production affiliate of the National Football League ignored repeated reports by a former voice-over actress of sexual harassment and abuse and eventually fired her, she claims in a suit against him, her alleged abuser and the film companies in New Jersey federal court Tuesday.

Former voice actress with NFL Films Nadia Axakowsky claims that she repeatedly told Kevin McLoughlin, director of post production, about the harassment she endured by two of her supervisors since 1997 and that despite her reports, nothing was done.

Axakowsky says that the abuse began under Sam Pena but continued under another...

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