The Asia Argento Story Unravels: #MeToo Advocate Allegedly Sent Unsolicited Nude Photos To Recovering Sex Addict

The Asia Argento Story Unravels: #MeToo Advocate Allegedly Sent Unsolicited Nude Photos To Recovering Sex Addict

Asia Argento’s anti-sexual harassment advocacy just keeps unraveling.

The ardent #MeToo advocate — who was accused of sexually assaulting underage actor Jimmy Bennett when he was just 17 years old earlier this week— was also just accused of sending unsolicited nude photos to a recovering sex addict. (RELATED: Asia Argento Completely Denies Sexually Assaulting A 17-Year-Old, Blames Payoff On Anthony Bourdain)

Speaking with British humor podcast “Legion Of Skanks,” U.K. comedian Jeff Leach claimed Argento sent him inappropriate photos when he was at his weakest.

“That girl sent me pictures of her t*****s on Snapchat when I was with my girlfriend,” he said. “She knew I was with my girlfriend and we were friends and she sends me this video with her t**s out, like: ‘Hey Jeff.’ And I just replied: “You cant send me that sh*t.”

Leach said Argento was aware he had a girlfriend, and that he was also struggling to kick a sex addiction, adding that she “flipped out” when he told her to stop.

Leach also highlighted Argento’s blatant hypocrisy for being hailed as one of the leaders of the #MeToo movement. (RELATED: Celebrities Slam Asia Argento For Romp With Underage Actor — ‘Your Gender Is Irrelevant’)

“I think of the irony of someone complaining about unwanted sexual attention and then doing the exact same thing. She was like, ‘I do it to my all my friends they know it’s not sexual,’ and I was like, ‘Get fu**ed. You know if my girlfriend saw it, she wouldn’t like this sh*t.”‘

Leach acknowledged that Asia may have been hurt by some predatory men but didn’t think it an excuse for her behavior.

“I’m not saying she hasn’t been assaulted or hurt by bad people but maybe [she and Rose McGowan] are not the best f*****g spokespeople for it.”

I think plenty of Americans can agree that a woman who sends unsolicited nude photos to a vulnerable man should not be at the helm of the #MeToo movement.

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