Pro-Trump Artist Says ‘Hollywood Swamp’ is Swimming with ‘Straight-Up Prostitution’

If you were looking to move up in your job, or even just looking to land job period, and you were propositioned by the company executive, would you do it? He tells you that if you do something sexual for him, he will propel your career in return.

Do you have a deal?

Of course not! Anyone with a moral compass would turn and run.

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Unfortunately, many women in Hollywood are faced with this scenario, almost immediately. They proposition the girls, promise that they will be given better opportunities and made famous if they just comply. Sadly, many do.

However, it is a new day in America, and much of this corruption is being brought to light. Many elitists are probably sweating at the neck right now, worries that they may be the next one outed. They have been dropping like flies after the lid was blown off Harvey Weinstein.

Pro-Trump artists Joy Villa, whom you may remember wearing the MAGA dress at the 59th Grammy Awards, has come forward with what she has personally witnessed.

Fox News Insider reports:

Joy Villa said sexual harassment and rape are deeply ingrained in the entertainment world, as evidenced by the fall of Harvey Weinstein.

“It’s absolutely prominent,” she said.

Villa said such lewd acts are kept secret because they’re considered “normal.”

She said it is common for high-level executives to “prey” upon new up-and-coming artists.

Villa said, “People in entertainment industry are not shocked by this,” because it is so “normal” in their circles.

She said that when she was starting out, a Burbank, Calif. agency asked her to meet with its executive.

The executive closed the door and allegedly offered a sexual quid pro quo for her to be signed.

“If you make me feel good, I’ll make you rich and famous,” she said, characterizing the encounter.

Villa said in disgust, “It was straight up prostitution.” Villa said that she was likely only one of the women who was faced with this decision.

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