Mischa Barton Accused of Being an alleged ‘Nightmare’ on the set of ‘The O.C.’

Mischa Barton Accused of Being an alleged ‘Nightmare’ on the set of ‘The O.C.’

Mischa Barton was purportedly a “bad dream” to work with on the hit teenager cleanser “The O.C.,”. After the entertainer guaranteed she was “tormented” on the arrangement of the early-aughts show, a source discloses to us the team was disappointed that Barton would continually “appear late” for recording. “So now she needs to go say that she was tormented,” the source proceeded. “It wasn’t that she was tormented. Individuals didn’t see the value in trusting that hours for her will appear.”

The source additionally added that Barton — who played Marissa Cooper until she left the arrangement in Season 3 — had a momager who was “irritating.” “It was a wreck,” the source sniffed. In an explanation to Page Six on Wednesday, Barton, 35, said, “There was a ton going on. If I was late doesn’t pardon certain conduct from people in amazing positions. Everybody encounters things distinctively and where I recognize a portion of my past conduct might not have been useful in specific examples, I will tell my fact when I feel prepared.”

Nonetheless, our source recognized that her conduct while shooting “The Hills: New Beginnings” in 2019 resembled “night and day.” “She was unquestionably more adult,” the source said. “She unquestionably was appearing with a comprehension of what her duties were.” Barton told E! in April that “harassing” by “a portion of the men on set” left her inclination “truly” and was, to a limited extent, why she chose to leave the arrangement.

Barton’s “O.C.” co-stars Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke called the entertainer’s cases “astounding” on Tuesday’s scene of their webcast, “Welcome to the OC, Bitches!” “You realize Melinda and I was talking following [the interview] came out. What’s more, we were similar to, ‘Pause, what?'” Bilson said.

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Clarke, who depicted Marissa Cooper’s mother, clarified, “Somebody who is 16, 17, 18 — that measure of long periods of work, pressure, at a particularly youthful age —, best-case scenario, you’re depleted and even from a pessimistic standpoint, it’s staggering and turbulent in this way, it somewhat makes me extremely upset a little to know [that].”

She kept, noticing that she would not like to talk for Barton’s sake, “We knew there was a great deal of tension on her yet in the event that it was that awful of an encounter, that is not appropriate for any youngster. Be that as it may, a portion of the remarks was puzzling to me. Thus, I don’t have the foggiest idea what the fact of the matter is about that. I do realize that, indeed, this was a colossal measure of pressing factor for her. Also, for everyone.”

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