They’re not celebrities. Their voice coach isn’t either. But #MeToo changed their lives.

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New York( CNN) Samantha Shulman isn’t a luminary. Neither is the man that she and at least 15 other women have accused of various forms of sexual mismanagement. But #MeToo is changing their lives.

Shulman was 23 years old when she started realise respected enunciate tutor Peter Rofe in 2004. She had just moved to New York from Arizona with her best friend. She hoped to turn her experience as a radio DJ into a profitable job doing voice-overs in television and radio ads.

Shulman said she had been working with Rofe for more than six months where reference is locked the door of his Manhattan studio during a period. She said he coaxed her to take off her shirt so she could get more into the predict. He told her that her articulate grew him on, she said, and “he took his penis out.”

“He asked if I wanted to touch it, and then he contacted down and he stroked my breast, ” Shulman said. “I remember putting my shirt back on, and I didn’t say anything. I was in shock.”