“I know I haven’t always been the easiest person to work with.
I can be volatile and ill-tempered, and too often I express my opinions harshly and without tact,” he said. I am deeply sorry if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being sexually aggressive or if I ever offended or hurt anyone.
I know I haven’t always been the easiest person to work with.
But the fact is, for all my flaws, I am not a predator and the idea that someone might see me in that way is more distressing than I can express.
His reaction brings about one of the most emotional and, for many, eye-opening scenes of the entire third season of the Jill Soloway-created Amazon series. She wanted to explore something." Initially, Lysette auditioned for the role of Maura's trans mentor Davina, which went to her friend Alexandra Billings.
"I know they had been toying with the idea of Shea and Josh hooking up since season one," Lysette tells . Soloway then created the role of a trans yoga instructor/stripper named Shea.
But the fact is, for all my flaws, I am not a predator and the idea that someone might see me in that way is more distressing than I can express.” Amazon bosses said that Lysette’s allegations would be added to their investigation alongside Barnes’ claims, which emerged in early November (17).
At the time, Tambor said he “vehemently” rejected and denied the “baseless” allegations and said he was “appalled and distressed”.actress Trace Lysette, the second woman to come forward who worked with the star.Lysette, who is transgender, shared her experience with the actor on Twitter Thursday adding that she is joining Tambor's assistant Van Barnes, who worked with him while shooting actress Alexandra Billings. Upon seeing me in my costume, Jeffrey sexualized me with an over-the-top comment.A two-episode arc turned into a larger presence for season two as she helped Maura Pfefferman (Jeffrey Tambor) navigate her new identity as a 70-something trans woman.(Shea memorably coached her on how to say "yas queen.") But it's season three when Shea, like the rest of the Pfeffermans, truly comes out of her shell.Lysette, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, said that she felt she was targeted by Tambor, describing life on set as a "roller coaster" where the actor was one minute lovely and "the next it's a temper tantrum or flirtation." In a second encounter Lysette described Tambor said that he didn't want to have sex with her during a meeting that included his manager.