Irnia Voronina Fired From 'Entourage' For Refusing Advances
Model and actress Irnia Voronina claims she was fired from HBO hit series Entourage for refusing sexual advances from the cast. The former Playmate went on to say she has never been treated worse than when she was on set with the boys of Entourage.
"They were very rude and unprofessional and I was fired from the set along with another girl," Voronina told Tarts. "Technically we were told there wasn't space for us to be in the shot anymore, but we knew we were fired because we weren't nice to the actors. They just treated me like a piece of meat without any respect and every conversation would start and end with "what are you doing later?’"
Voronina has worked on the show a number of times and claims that the harrassment did not cease and she eventually couldn't take it anymore.
"I decided that I was just going to be very reserved and rude and preferred never to talk to them, we wouldn't give them the time of day or any hope of there being an after party and we did not express that we were remotely interested in hanging out with them at any point, so I guess that made them upset and bitter," she added. "If there is a shot where we're all in the limo and the camera is rolling, it’s us all having fun, they have their hands all over us and then when the cameras stop I expect them to reel back to being normal, but they continued the partying off camera and we made that clear."
HBO has already dismissed the model's allegations as "unfounded and unsubstantiated."