When Arnold Schwarzenegger Apologized for Stepping Over Lines With Women

When Arnold Schwarzenegger Apologized for Stepping Over Lines With Women

Arnold Schwarzenegger is a man of many credits. He is a living legend who has inspired tons of individuals worldwide. Schwarzenegger is a multi-industry tycoon who has had a successful career in acting, bodybuilding and even politics. The Terminator star is a very sought-after individual and continues to inspire people even at the age of 75. However, the actor has had his share of controversies and problems in the past.

One can’t deny that Arnold is a very influential individual and a lot of people look up to the Austrian Oak. However, when a person is wrong he must apologize irrespective of how popular or successful they are. That is exactly what Arnold admitted when he talked about the times he stepped over the lines with women. Here is everything you need to know.

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Throwback to Arnold Schwarzenegger talked about his allegations from multiple women

As we all know, Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most influential people in the world, but he is also averse to facing controversial accusations. The Austrian Oak was accused of sexual misconduct in 2003 when he was running for the Governor’s elections. Previously in an interview with Men’s health for its November issue, the 38th governor of California addressed the allegations against him.

The Kindergarten Cop actor even revealed that he had learned from his mistakes. The star spoke, “Looking back, I stepped over the line several times, and I was the first one to say sorry. I feel bad about it, and I apologize.”

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In addition to that, the actor added that when he became the governor, he even took sexual harassment courses to get a better understanding from a legal as well as a behavioral point of view. Previously, six women accused the former Governor of California of groping them. However, clarifying the allegations Schwarzenegger that not everything from the story was “true.”

Recently, Schwarzenegger even expressed his wishes to develop a sequel to his 1987 action thriller Running Man. What are your favorite films by Arnold? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.

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