Chloe Dykstra has taken to social media to issue a statement in which the actress assures she does indeed have evidence to support her claims against Chris Hardwick in the event of litigation.
In June, Dykstra revealed experiences of psychological and emotional abuse with an unnamed significant other in an essay on Medium.com. The media was able to piece together that the person she was referencing in her essay was Hardwick which gave way to swift repercussions including Hardwick being removed from The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead’s Hall H panels at San Diego Comic-Con, as well as his position as host of AMC’s aftershow for both series, Talking Dead.
Following a comprehensive investigation into misconduct by Loeb & Loeb that AMC launched, Hardwick was reinstated as host of the aftershow, Talking Dead. Hardwick himself denied the allegations and Dykstra who has been criticized online for the allegations themselves did not cooperate with AMC’s investigation. While the actress has assured that she did not set out to ruin Hardwick’s career, which she says is why she did not participate in the investigation.
Dykstra herself remains under scrutiny from Hardwick supporters online. The actress has now issued a statement, standing by her original essay, assuring she does have evidence to support the claims in her essay.
Hey dudes. Just a reminder: I 100% stand by every single word of my essay. I made sure it was unembellished, factual, and that I had evidence to back it up in order to protect myself in case of ACTUAL litigation (not a network investigation, where I’m not protected). That is all.
— Chloe Dykstra (@skydart) August 10, 2018
Hardwick has since been reinstated by AMC as Talking Dead host. He makes his official return to the show when it premieres after the mid-season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead this Sunday, August 12.
Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Elizabeth Rodrigue, Mercedes Mason, Rubén Blades, Colman Domingo, Michelle Ang, Danay García, Dayton Callie, Daniel Sharman, Sam Underwood, and Lisandra Tena.
The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Lennie James, Sonequa Martin-Green, Alanna Masterson, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Austin Nichols, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Tom Payne, Austin Amelio, Xander Berkeley, Pollyanna McIntosh, Steven Ogg, and Katelyn Nacon.
Fear the Walking Dead will return August 12th and The Walking Dead Season 9 returns this fall on AMC.
10 Characters Who Should Replace Chris Evans As Captain America
Fans are eagerly anticipating which of their favorite characters will live and who will die following the events of Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel. Many think that the upcoming Avengers 4 will be where Chris Evans will make his final stand as Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America. Yet just because this may be the end of Steve, it doesn’t mean that audiences have to say goodbye to Captain America.
Marvel Studios has a rich history to draw from in the comics of different characters taking on the mantle of Captain America. While we won’t know for sure if Captain America will meet his end, or if this is really even the end for Chris Evans, it is always fun to speculate and wonder.
Here are the ten Marvel characters that should be considered to be the new Captain America.