Who is Nola Palmer? Biography, Wiki, Age
Nola Palmer (born Britney Nola Palmer) is a Canadian actress and writer. She is known for Titans (2018), Jett (2019), and Bumblebee (2018), according to her IMDB profile.
Nola Palmer Age
Nola Palmer was born on April 21, 1991 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Nola Palmer Height
Nola Palmer stands at 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Nola Palmer Jonathan Leder
Actress Nola Palmer accused photographer Jonathan Leder of harassing her when she was 17. Model Emily Ratajkowski accused the photographer of sexually harassing her in a long article for New York Magazine.
Nola Palmer wrote in an Instagram post: “I have been in ruins since Emily’s article fell. Her words and the ways she described Jonathan immediately drowned me to tears. I was in a state of panic before I could finish the article. For the past five days I have written and rewritten a statement many times. basically I slept for 24 hours in fear of passing somebody who stole my youth. I have been experiencing the pain and trauma and abuse of Jonathan for ten years. I went so far as to change my name because I had it in my mind and I couldn’t look at it without seeing it. Everything in Emily’s article seemed so familiar, It was as if he was standing behind me reading him while his body dared to challenge me by pressing my back. I spent seventeen years emotionally attached to my abuser, I can’t leave him completely because at seventeen he shattered me and brought me back to his own image, an image I’ve been at war with ever since. But for the first time I can say publicly, Jonathan Leder is my abuser mdi and this is thanks to Emily Ratajkowski and her courage. Emily, I’m so sorry this guy hurt you. I wish I had the strength to warn you. But your conversation has already helped me to heal myself, and I will be forever grateful for that.
“I was struck by your courage and your incredible ability to describe a truly sad moment in your life in such a thoughtful and insightful way. It is your strength that inspired me to share with everyone that I was the “Crazy Actress” that Jonathan Leder talked about that night. I’m sorry we were so afraid to share our harassment during my friendship with Emily, and that’s another indication that someone can have you for a long time when you’re in a position of power. However, I am very grateful to have moved to an area where men are held responsible for their predatory and damaging behavior. Women like you who empower us all to tell our own stories Em. The last five days have caused old wounds and a lot of pain that we hope will result in a large amount of healing. Thank you Emily. ”
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Since Emily’s article has dropped I have been a wreck. Reading her words and the ways in which she described Jonathan instantly brought me to tears. I was in a state of panic before I could even finish the article. I have written and rewritten a statement over and over again these past five days. Then slept for 24 hours due to the fear of crossing someone who basically stole my youth. I have been carrying around the pain and trauma of Jonathan and his abuse for a decade now. I have gone so far as changing my name because in my mind he owned it and I could not look at that name without seeing him. Everything in Emily’s article felt so familiar, it felt as if he was there standing behind me as I read it with his body pressing into my back, daring me to challenge him. I have spent ten plus years emotionally tied to my abuser, unable to let him fully go because at seventeen he broke me down and built me back up into his own image, an image I have been at war with ever since. But for the first time I am able to publicly say, Jonathan Leder was my abuser and that is thanks to Emily Ratajkowski and her bravery. Emily, I am so sorry that this man hurt you. I wish I had the strength then to warn you. But you speaking out has already helped me in my own healing and for that I will be forever grateful. I am so unbelievably struck by your courage and your incredible ability to recount a truly harrowing moment in your life in such a thoughtful and insightful way. It is your strength that has inspired me to share with everyone that I am the “Crazy Actress” Jonathan Leder spoke about that night. I am sad that during my friendship with Emily we were too afraid to share our abuse and it is just another demonstration of the long-lasting hold someone can have on you when they’re in a position of power. However, I am so grateful that we are moving into a space where men are being held accountable for their predatory and damaging behaviour. It’s women like you Em that give us all strength to tell our own stories. The last five days have brought up old wounds and a lot of pain which will hopefully lead to an enormous amount of healing. Thank you Emily.
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