The new season of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ has more than its share of controversy
The new Game of Thrones season kicks off this week, but it’s also the latest episode of the popular HBO series to come under fire for some of its depiction of sexual assault.
On Tuesday, the show’s star, Lena Headey, announced that the show was pulling its upcoming season, which has featured a number of sexual assaults, from its schedule.
HBO confirmed to Variety that the decision was made after a series of internal discussions and discussions with the writers and producers.
“We took this step in the best interests of our show,” Headea said in a statement.
“We are aware that some of our fans have been upset about the episode in question, and we apologize to all of you.”HBO did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
While the episode aired, some of the sexual assaults and other incidents were still being investigated by the media and HBO, which was not immediately available for comment on the episode.
A recent episode of “Game of War” has also come under scrutiny, which came just weeks after a similar episode of HBO series “Silicon Valley” was pulled from air after the show aired its first episode, which featured a female student raped by a male co-worker.HBO has yet to comment on this new episode.
The new episode of Game of War stars Headeo as the head of a high-tech company, who discovers a rape survivor, named Claire, who is living with her abusive husband and her father.
She becomes an ally for Claire in her quest to end her abusive life.
The episode features a number, including one in which Claire is raped and is held at gunpoint while her abuser uses her to try and convince others not to report their abuse.
Headee, who plays a “lone wolf” in the episode, was the only woman on the show, and she says she was the most vulnerable.
She said in the interview that she felt “sad” that her character, who was the first to come forward, was “hurt, and that it had a negative effect on me.”
“I was so scared that people were going to see my character and think I was this horrible person, and I wasn’t,” she said.
“I felt really vulnerable in my character, and so I didn’t want that to be seen.”
After the episode’s airing, a Twitter user posted a screenshot of the rape scene that was in the show and asked Headele if she was still upset about it.
“No, no, no,” she replied.
“I feel like there was something really wrong there.
I don’t know if it was me or the writers, but I don, you know, feel so, so much pain.”
The show’s co-creator, David Benioff, told Variety that Headeuys character, Claire, is not “a character that’s going to be a perfect character.
She’s a human being, and there are things that are hurtful to people that are also hurtful in her.
So, there are all kinds of things that can happen.””
Game of Wars” was filmed in Ireland and was written and directed by Irish writer-director, David MacKaye.
The episode was released in May.