Ben Affleck said that the wave of complaints of sexual harassment in Hollywood has led him to reflect on his own behavior.
In an interview with the AP on Sunday, the actor said he is “examining my own behavior, thinking about that, and I want to be sure that I am part of the solution.”
After criticizing Harvey Weinstein last month, Affleck had to defend his own behavior.
He apologized for having fondled actress Hilarie Burton in front of the cameras back in 2003 on MTV’s “Total Request Live” program. In another video of 2004, Affleck leaves Anne-Marie Losique, a television presenter from Montreal, said, her sexual harassment “is a problem that also concerns men.”
Ben Affleck also said that two things must happen, “more women need to be pushed to power” and also that sexual harassment has to be “a men’s issue” where guys shout out inappropriate things.