Constance Wu stands out in a red mini dress while promoting her memoir, Making A Sceneally Molested

Constance Wu was spotted smiling and waving to fans in New York after appearing on ABC talk show The View on Tuesday.

The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a bright red sweater dress that hit just above her knee and rocked sheer black nylon stockings and knee-high black boots on her way from the studio to a waiting car.

Wu, 40, has been doing the rounds on podcasts and talk shows for the past few weeks in anticipation of the release of her memoir Making a Scene, which was released Tuesday.

The View guest: Constance Wu was spotted smiling and waving to fans in New York after her appearance on ABC talk show'The View' on Tuesday

The View guest: Constance Wu was spotted smiling and waving to fans in New York after her appearance on ABC talk show'The View' on Tuesday

The View guest: Constance Wu was spotted smiling and waving to fans in New York after appearing on ABC talk show The View on Tuesday

According to People.com, her new memoir explores allegations of on-set rape and sexual harassment and reflects on what motherhood means for her career.

The actress describes how she recovered from a suicide attempt and explains that she is enjoying life as a new mom who also stars in the Amazon Prime Video series The Terminal List.

Last week, Wu accused a senior producer of Fresh Off The Boat of sexual harassment and intimidation.

Sweater weather: The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a bright red sweater dress that hit just above her knee, rocking sheer black nylon stockings and knee-high black boots as she walked from the studio to a waiting car

Sweater weather: The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a bright red sweater dress that hit just above her knee, rocking sheer black nylon stockings and knee-high black boots as she walked from the studio to a waiting car

Sweater weather: The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a bright red sweater dress that hit just above her knee, rocking sheer black nylon stockings and knee-high black boots as she walked from the studio to a waiting car

The show, which featured a Taiwanese-American family living in Florida in the 1990s, went into production in 2014 and eventually premiered on ABC the following February to critical acclaim.

Wu claims that the producer exhibited this controlling behavior in the first season, which consisted of “requiring that she take all her business matters past him and tell her what to wear.”

“Fresh Off the Boat was my very first TV show,” the actress told the Times before explaining her attitude at the time. “I was thrown into this world. I have no parents in the industry. And because I was 30, people thought I knew what I was doing. It made me paranoid and embarrassed.”

Promoting her book: Wu, 40, has been doing the rounds on podcasts and talk shows for the past few weeks in anticipation of the release of her memoir Making a Scene, which was released Tuesday

Promoting her book: Wu, 40, has been doing the rounds on podcasts and talk shows for the past few weeks in anticipation of the release of her memoir Making a Scene, which was released Tuesday

Promoting her book: Wu, 40, has been doing the rounds on podcasts and talk shows for the past few weeks in anticipation of the release of her memoir Making a Scene, which was released Tuesday

Wu, whose real parents emigrated from Taiwan, revealed to the Times that the producer’s inappropriate behavior escalated when they attended a sporting event. He reportedly “placed his hand on her thigh, his hand finally brushing her crotch.”

The actress confronted the man and asked him to stop, and eventually both just tried to get over the incident.

“I’ve been silent for a really long time about the amount of sexual harassment and intimidation I received in the first two seasons of the show,” the Virginia native said during a panel discussion at the Atlantic Festival last Friday.

Serious allegations: Wu claims she was sexually harassed and intimidated by a senior producer while working on ABC sitcom Fresh Off The Boat

Serious allegations: Wu claims she was sexually harassed and intimidated by a senior producer while working on ABC sitcom Fresh Off The Boat

Serious allegations: Wu claims she was sexually harassed and intimidated by a senior producer while working on ABC sitcom Fresh Off The Boat

She explained, “Because after the first two seasons, when it was a success, when I wasn’t afraid of losing my job, I was able to say ‘no’ to harassment, ‘no’ to intimidation, of that particular manufacturer.”

Ultimately, she decided not to go public and identify the man to avoid “smearing the show’s reputation.”

Fresh Off The Boat aired for six seasons, ending in February 2020 after earning the distinction of being the first series with an all-Asian-American main cast to air 100+ episodes.

So far, representatives from Fresh Off the Boat and 20th Television have not publicly responded to any of the allegations.

Shocking: In her new memoir, the actress also details how she recovered from a suicide attempt and explains how she's enjoying life as a new mom, starring in the Amazon Prime Video series The Terminal List

Shocking: In her new memoir, the actress also details how she recovered from a suicide attempt and explains how she's enjoying life as a new mom, starring in the Amazon Prime Video series The Terminal List

Shocking: In her new memoir, the actress also details how she recovered from a suicide attempt and explains how she’s enjoying life as a new mom, starring in the Amazon Prime Video series The Terminal List

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk


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