Juliet Ibrahim has called on government to castrate men who are fond of sexually abusing females.
According to her, the best way to mitigate the actions of these people is by castrating them.
The actress believes that the Ghanaian government can learn from some religious states that castrate men for sex crimes.
“The best way to do away with such people from society is to castrate them you know you can’t do this in certain Arabian countries where there are very harsh punishments”, she said on Pure FM.
During the interview, Juliet Ibrahim said she had never given sex for a movie role but admitted that some movie producers and directors try to take advantage of them sexually.
She narrated a horrible experience she had with a movie producer in her early days in the industry.
“One time I was on set and director kept looking at me uncomfortably, so he called me and put my hands on his flap and he was hard and told me this is what I was doing to him”
”I felt uncomfortable throughout the movie shoot and I never returned to work with him again.”, she recounted.
Juliet Ibrahim added that women should not always be blamed for triggering sexual abuses with the excuse that they entice men with their bodies.