AMC has dropped Chris Hardwick from all their shows and Nerdist have obliterated his name from the company he founded following allegations from his ex girlfriend Chloe Dykstra of sexual assault. Yes, allegations.
So now he's guilty till proven innocent and his career is now in limbo. Is it right that an allegation of this nature should result in the halting of someone's means to earn a living?
I'm not saying I disbelieve her, but sometimes one has to wonder about the motivation for going public and the circumstances. If I'd been the head honcho at any of the companies he's involved with, I'd have kept him on till the allegations were substantiated or withdrawn.
And a very recent article here: