Protests against a star of 'West Side Story' on Broadway reveal a #MeToo saga that's not what you might expect
Updated 4:05 AM ET, Sat March 7, 2020
New York (CNN)A revival of "West Side Story" has been roiled in protests as one of its stars faces renewed heat for admittedly exchanging nude images of two women years ago without their consent.
For the past several weeks, protesters have gathered ahead of performances at the Broadway Theatre in Manhattan's Times Square District, where the musical recently opened. They carry signs that read, "Boo Bernardo" and "Keep Predators Off The Stage."
Their target is Amar Ramasar, who plays Bernardo, one of the lead roles.