Harlem Star Jerrie Johnson

Jerrie Johnson took to social media on Tuesday and blasted a filmmaker after he allegedly sexually assaulted her at a movie premiere afterparty.

In a post on her Instagram Story, the “Harlem” star posted a collage that included a photo and the Instagram page of Marc Cayce.

The caption on the post read:

Just came from a beautiful movie premiere afterparty and then a fellow actress wanted to introduce me to this filmmaker, (because she wants to see me win) and so I’m down and she takes me to @marccaycefilms.

And I tell him what show I’m on about three times, tell him it’s nice to meet him, exchange info and he whispered in my ear, ‘I don’t want to hurt your feelings brother’ and I said ‘My feelings don’t get hurt and why are you calling me brother, I’m not a brother?’

And this man proceeded to pinch my nipple. It was disgusting and so inappropriate.

And then I told another friend what happened and she told me he unconsentually smacked her a** when she walked by him. 

Jerrie Johnson added: 

Listen, I’m the wrong one. I don’t care about LA culture or industry culture or any of that. You should not be touching people inappropriately for ANY REASON!!

See the actress’ original post below.

Jerrie Johnson blasts filmmaker Marc Cayce

Marc Cayce is a screenplay writer and director, who is best known for his critically acclaimed movie Forbidden Fruits, released in 2006. 

He has not publicly addressed Jerrie Johnson’s accusations, but according to a post on his Instagram page, he attended the Creed III premiere on Monday night.

Jerrie stars at Tye in the hit Tracy Oliver series, “Harlem.” Season 2 is currently streaming on Prime Video.

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  1. She absolutely did the right thing. Men and women are being sexually assaulted on a regular basis at the hands of industry executives and it needs to stop. These sick individuals have no right to cower in the background getting away with inflicting trauma on human beings just trying to absorb life and humanity. #stopsexualassaultinthindustry

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