Feminists are fast becoming furious because Vin Diesel won’t back down

Apr 3, 2024

Ever since the “Me Too” movement began, the mantra of feminism has been “believe all women” no matter what.

When “Me Too” started moving, the presumption of innocence until proven guilty seemed to go out the window.

But when the accusation started to fly against Vin Diesel, he would not back down, and the feminist were furious.

Vin Diesel accused of sexual battery, discrimination

Last December, Vin Diesel’s former assistant, Asta Jonasson brought a lawsuit against the action star for alleged sexual battery.

Jonasson’s claims weren’t from any recent occurrence – she alleges the incident happened back in 2010 during the filming of Fast Five from the Fast & Furious franchise.

Jonasson’s account goes like this.

Diesel, real name Mark Sinclair, came back to a hotel from a nightclub with multiple hostesses.

She says at that point he asked her to join them in his hotel room and she agreed.

From there, Jonasson claims the hostesses left and then Diesel pulled her onto the bed with him.

She claims she told him to stop but he continued until she ran out of the room screaming.

She continued working for the company until she was fired several days later.

Diesel has denied the allegations from day one, saying he has no memory of the woman who spent nine days working for his production company 13-years ago.

In addition to the alleged sexual battery, Jonasson’s suit claims sex/gender discrimination, intentional infliction of emotional distress, a hostile work environment, wrongful termination and retaliation.

But now, Diesel is using the courts to fight back against the allegations he calls bogus.

Diesel wants case against him dismissed

People Magazine is reporting Diesel’s legal team has filed a legal motion for the case to be thrown out of court.

Additionally, the motion is calling for Jonasson to pay for Diesel’s legal fees.

Diesel’s lawyer, Bryan Freedman, has maintained his client’s innocence since the allegations first broke.

“Let me be very clear: Vin Diesel categorically denies this claim in its entirety,” Freedman told the New York Post at the time. “This is the first he has ever heard about this more than 13-year-old claim made by a purportedly 9-day employee. There is clear evidence which completely refutes these outlandish allegations.”

Innocent victims of the “Me Too” movement

The supposed “Me Too” movement started as a largely good thing, with women speaking up against the likes of Harvey Weinstein for using their power and authority to gain sexual favors from females.

However, “Me Too” gave birth to the “believe all women” hashtag.

At that point, claims of sexual harassment or sexual assault exploded and brought down the reputation of all the accused men – even if no evidence were present.

In fact, the “Me Too” and “Believe All Women” movements began to even stretch what the meaning of sexual harassment.

For example, one woman infamously published an accusation of sexual harassment against leftist comedian, Aziz Ansari.

Even if every word of her accusation was true, her claims amounted to little more than a disappointing date.

But that didn’t stop a black mark from forming by Ansari’s name – who even apologized despite doing nothing wrong.

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