Gregg Sulkin Wants All Networks To Implement A Weekly Therapy Session

Gregg Sulkin Wants All Networks To Implement A Weekly Therapy Session

Gregg Sulkin opened up about his reaction to Bella Thorne‘s sexual assault confession.

The Marvel’s Runaways star, who used to date the Famous in Love actress, said that he’s “spoke to her. She’s good.”

“For anybody that has ever experienced that kind of thing, they do have a voice,” he added during his interview with ET. “It must be extremely difficult and hard to try to share their story, [but] the more stories that are shared, hopefully the less it will happen.”

Gregg also has a brilliant idea for TV networks, especially ones that cater to young stars, about weekly, or even daily check in therapy talks.

“It is hard to remain level headed, so I do believe that there should be like, once a week, on any young network, there should be somebody that comes in and talks to these young actors about their life and hearing their teenage thoughts,” he says. “I think it’s hard… when you don’t realize you’re becoming, like, a multimillion-dollar business.”

Gregg continues, “One day, if I continue to work, one thing I want to do with my voice, so to speak, is to make sure that younger actors don’t end up going down the path of some actors that we’ve seen throughout the years.”

“Exactly like the conversation with harassment… [it] would be a nice way to just, kind of, encourage kids to support each other and have a voice.”

Why aren’t networks already doing this? Gregg‘s idea should already be in place.

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  • mxxm

    The scary thing is that the sick pedos will hire people to manipulate them.

>>>>>>> staging1