DC Drops Cameron Stewart Project Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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Earlier this week, several accusations were made against comic book writer and artist Cameron Stewart. He has reportedly been grooming underage girls or women much younger than him in general, abusing his position as a well known comic book creator. Now, following those misconduct claims, Stewart has been removed from an upcoming DC project.

Bleeding Cool recently reported that DC Comics has withdrawn an unannounced project that Stewart has been working on from their schedule. Stewart's planned variant cover for Image Comics' Ice Cream Man #20 has been canceled too, with the commission cost of the cover to be donated to Safe Horizon.

Stewart is best known of late for drawing Dark Horse Comics' Fight Club 2 and Fight Club 3 as well as writing the Batgirl Burnside era and drawing Catwoman for DC Comics. He also co-created Image Comics' Motor Crush and drew recently drew a short story recently for the Catwoman 80th Anniversary edition.

Writer and columnist Evelyn Hollow is one of the women who shared her story. Artist and model Aviva Maï, as well as cartoonist and writer Kate Leth, have shared stories about Stewart's misconduct as well. Actress Natasha Negovanlis also said she had a similar experience but doesn't "feel comfortable" to share it publicly yet.

Since the allegations were posted, Stewart has removed himself from social media. He has yet to comment on the situation, setting his accounts to private.

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