Dick Clark Productions owned The Globes—which runs Golden Globes—has expelled three voters Howaida Hamdy, Munawar Hosain and Aniko Navai for allegedly violating its code of conduct following complaints about, and investigations into, their behavior.
As per the report published in The Hollywood Reporter, Howaida allegedly tweeted antisemitic messages in Arabic.
CAMERA, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis, issued a report accusing Hamdy of ‘glorification of terrorism’ and ‘extremism.”
She was one of 21 journalists added to the organization’s voting body in 2021 in an effort to increase diversity among its membership after a Los Angeles Times exposé revealed that it counted zero Black people among its then 87 members.
As of Sunday, the official bio pages for all three members had been removed from the Golden Globes’ website.