Thomas Middleditch Was Accused of Groping Women in a Weird, Underground Cult Night Club

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Something that’s pretty important to learn as a man is if a woman isn’t into you. At a certain point, when someone isn’t buying what you’re selling, you’re going to start making them uncomfortable. So here’s your first clue that a woman isn’t into you: you’re Thomas Middleditch.

According to The LA Times, Middleditch just doesn’t understand when a woman doesn’t want him to grope her, which is weird because it has to happen literally all the time.

Harding said Middleditch made lewd sexual overtures toward her and her girlfriend. She turned him down, but he kept pursuing her, groping her in front of her friends and several employees, including the club’s operations manager, Kate Morgan.

Morgan said she asked her bosses to kick Middleditch out and ban him, but they didn’t seem to take it seriously.

“I felt like they dismissed it,” she said. “I told Adam that he needed to listen, that this was not OK.”

Now, she has DMs that show Middleditch apologizing and… yeah. Sometimes this sort of thing happens. It’s not like, yeah, everything’s fine, but this seems like a pretty minor incident in the grand scheme of things. He was out of line but he’s not exactly Bill Cosby.

Harding has Instagram direct messages from Middleditch, seen by The Times, saying, “Hannah I had no idea my actions were that weird for you … I know you probably want to just put me on blast as a monster … I don’t expect you to want to be my friend or anything … I am so ashamed I made you uncomfortable.”

The bigger story is that the now-defunct club this happened in, Cloak and Dagger, didn’t take these sorts of incidents seriously. Even assuming Middleditch didn’t realize he was allegedly being a creep, the club owners allegedly responding by not caring and telling the women complaining that they must be mistaken is how you go from something like this to Harvey Weinstein.

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