Actor Tenoch Huerta accused of sexual assault, drops out of Netflix film.



Tenoch Huerta, who gained fame from his role in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” has decided to leave a Netflix film project following allegations of sexual assault made against him. Huerta stated that he had to withdraw from the film “Fiesta en la madriguera” due to the impact of false accusations made by María Elena Ríos, which have caused significant damage. He added that he could not let her actions harm not only him but also the work of numerous talented and hardworking individuals involved in the project. Ríos, a saxophonist and activist, accused Huerta of being a sexual predator and assaulting her in a series of tweets on June 10, which were initially covered by the Los Angeles Times.

imes, actor Tenoch Huerta has been accused of sexual assault by actress and filmmaker Yalitza Aparicio and an anonymous woman. Huerta denies the allegations and claims that he had a consensual relationship with the anonymous woman a few months prior to her tweets. Netflix, which had announced Huerta as the star of the upcoming Mexican-produced film "Fiesta en la madriguera," has not yet commented on the allegations. Huerta, who was born in Mexico, gained international fame for his roles in "Mozart in the Jungle" and "Narcos: Mexico" before his breakout role as Namor in the "Black Panther" sequel. He has also been praised for his performances and advocacy for racial equality in the entertainment industry.


Ahmed Abdo
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