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Dwayne Johnson Supports Rebecca Ferguson Amidst On Set Bullying Revelations

Hollywood heavyweight Dwayne Johnson has stepped forward in support of actress Rebecca Ferguson after she bravely opened up about facing mistreatment on a film set.

The 51-year-old actor took to social media to commend Ferguson, 40, for her courage in confronting the distressing situation. Following Ferguson’s revelations about being subjected to shouting and tears from a former co-star, Johnson hailed her as his “guardian angel from heaven.”

Expressing his dismay at the situation, Johnson wrote on the social media platform X: “Hate seeing this but love seeing her stand up to bulls**t. Rebecca was my guardian angel sent from heaven on our set. I love that woman. I’d like to find out who did this.”

Ferguson, known for her roles in films like “Dune,” disclosed the troubling experience during an appearance on the Reign with Josh Smith podcast. Recounting the incident, she revealed being verbally abused by a former co-star who exhibited insecurity and anger on set.

Despite not naming the individual, Ferguson clarified that it was neither Hugh Jackman nor Tom Cruise, with whom she had worked on previous projects. Describing the distressing ordeal, she recalled moments of vulnerability and discomfort, culminating in tears as she was left without a support system.

The actress detailed the demeaning comments directed at her, including remarks such as “You call yourself an actor?” and “This is what I have to work with?”, delivered publicly in front of the entire crew.

Reflecting on the impact of the mistreatment, Ferguson admitted to feeling isolated and broken in the face of such behavior.

Johnson’s vocal support for Ferguson underscores the importance of addressing bullying and mistreatment in the entertainment industry. As Ferguson’s story resonates with many, it highlights the need for solidarity and accountability to foster a safe and respectful working environment for all.

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