Sacked Dancing on Ice judge John Barrowman admits he 'crossed a line' with on-set flashing but denies sexual harassment

ACTOR John Barrowman yesterday admitted his on-set behaviour sometimes went too far — but denied it was sexual harassment.

The axed Dancing on Ice star, 54, dismissed accusations of flashing as “bawdy behaviour, silly behaviour” that happened 15 years ago.

He told Lorraine Kelly, 61, on her morning TV show: “I think that if it was now, it would be crossing the line. It was being done in the confines of the set and we were like a family working together.

“I haven’t hidden anything.

"They’ve been exaggerated and they’ve tried to turn them into sexual harassment, which it absolutely is not.

“All the people making a fuss about it weren’t there.

"They don’t know the context of things that were done.

“I would never do it now but we’re not allowing people to learn to adapt and to change.”

He allegedly flashed at the Doctor Who and spin-off Torchwood cast.

He played flirtatious hero Captain Jack Harkness.

Stories resurfaced in May when co-star Noel Clarke, 45, was accused of sexually harassing and groping several women, which he denies.

In a 2015 video, Clarke said Barrowman exposed himself “every five seconds”.

Barrowman went into therapy earlier this year.

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun news desk?

Email us at [email protected] or call 0207 782 4104. You can WhatsApp us on 07423 720 250. We pay for videos too.

Click here to upload yours.

Click here to get The Sun newspaper delivered for FREE for the next six weeks.

    Source: Read Full Article