MILA Kunis has revealed the extent of some
practices in Hollywood after admitting an ordeal
she had with a film producer.
OBJECTIFIED: Mila was warned she had to pose
nude for her career
The said a producer threatened to end Mila’s
career if she refused to pose semi-nude for a
The Bad Moms star stood her ground and refused
to put up with his demands, to which he told her:
“You'll never work in this town again.”
Luckily, that didn’t happen.
The 33-year-old detailed the incident in an open
letter on A Plus, a website co-founded by her
husband Ashton Kutcher.
LUCKY COUPLE: Mila doesn't just want to be
known as Aston's wife
career , there have
been moments when I
have been insulted,
sidelined, paid less ,
creatively ignored, and
based on my gender .”
It read: “Throughout my career, there have been
moments when I have been insulted, sidelined,
paid less, creatively ignored, and otherwise
diminished based on my gender."
The revelation opened up debate about sexism in
showbiz, especially with shocking allegations from
artists like Taylor Swift and Kesha becoming
Mila, who is expecting her second baby with
dishy Aston, also wrote about another incident on
HAPPY FAMILIES: Aston and Mila are expecting
their second baby together
She had formed a production company with three
women, in which an "influential male producer"
described her as "soon to be Ashton's wife and
baby momma" during a discussion about a
possible work project.
The quip hurt the accomplished actress, believing
he reduced her self worth to nothing more than
having a baby with a successful actor while
ignoring her own accomplishments.
Following the incident, Mila did not go ahead with
The Black Swan star has now vowed to stand up
to sexist comments.
Mila continued: ”I’m done compromising; even
more so, I'm done with being compromised.
"So from this point forward, when I am
confronted with one of these comments, subtle or
overt, I will address them head on; I will stop in
the moment and do my best to educate.
"If this is happening to me, it is happening more
aggressively to women everywhere."