Visa drops Morgan Freeman ads after actor gets his #MeToo moment

Monday - 28/05/2018 11:36
© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
Morgan Freeman has been dropped by Visa from its advertising campaign after the actor was accused of harassment and inappropriate behavior by eight women.

“We are aware of the allegations that have been made against Mr. Freeman. At this point, Visa will be suspending our marketing in which the actor is featured,” the company said.

Visa has been featuring the 80-year-old Hollywood star in its commercials and using his voice in advertisements. Freeman, who once lent his voice to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, has also provided voiceovers for several commercials, including for USA CORPS, Save the Children's “Be a Mentor” program, and Turkish Airlines.

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