It states that actor Maureen O'Hara has accused of Hollywood producers of calling her a 'cold potato without sex appeal', because she refused their sexual advances.
O'Hara told The Mirror:
I am so upset with it that I am ready to quit Hollywood,
It's got so bad I hate to come to work in the morning.
I'm a helpless victim of a Hollywood whispering campaign. Because I don't let the producer and director kiss me every morning or let them paw me they have spread around town that I am not a woman, that I am a cold piece of marble statuary.
O'Hara, who died in 2015, was best known for starring in How Green Was My Valley (1941), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), and opposite John Wayne in The Quiet Man (1952),
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in 2014, O'Hara spoke about how standing up to studio heads harmed her career.
I wouldn't throw myself on the casting couch, and I know that cost me parts.