When Chris Hardwick was accused of controlling behavior, emotional manipulation and sexual abuse by his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra last week, the silence from those in his orbit was deafening. Dykstra described a man who could be controlling and manipulative as he gained more and more success as the host of AMC shows and Comic-Con panels, as well as his own multimedia empire, Nerdist. Because he is a recovering alcoholic, he asked her not to drink in his presence, she said. Those in his professional circle could not speak to the sexual coercion Dykstra described, but agreed with other criticisms. But some who worked for Hardwick at the time said he was not equipped to manage the growing company.
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He was allowed to return after an investigation by AMC into accusations of sexual and emotional abuse. He denied any wrongdoing. One former employee who worked for Hardwick during his time at Nerdist said he also witnessed incidents in which Hardwick or those in his circle would make it difficult for those who crossed him to find work in the future. In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal, women and men alike have been more vocal about speaking out against unwanted sexual advances and contact. The accusations have been many, and the reaction and fallout has been swift across the industry.
By Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail. A female executive producer and a number of staffers have quit Talking Dead after AMC reinstated Chris Hardwick as host of the talk show. The producer and a 'handful' of the show's person staff left their jobs in protest after Hardwick was accused of abusing ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra.
Three guests compete in a series of Internet-themed improv games. On Thursdays during the run-up to the presidential primaries, this round was alternately referred to as "Panderdome" and focused on the candidates' gaffes and antics. Hardwick would shout "Points!