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In one text, he is said to have written: "Might let you give me a **** one day" and later "Might film you giving me **** one day." Kazinsky, from Brighton, first appeared in the flagship BBC soap in August last year.I understand the fear that people have about coming forward about something like that, because especially as a man you feel like you should be able to handle a situation like that, but when you’re a young kid in this industry, you often can’t,” Robert said (via ). And men aren’t the only perpetrators of this crime.BBC bosses have suspended East Enders star Robert Kazinsky following yet another sex scandal to hit the soap.The model, Aimi Robinson, 28, told the Sunday People newspaper: "Maybe Dirty Den has been giving him tips. Every time I see him on screen I think of that horrible picture. "Rob and the likes of Leslie Grantham think that because they are famous they can do what they like - but they end up hurting other people's feelings." The mother-of-one said: "I realise he's a young boy and perhaps his hormones are raging.But you would have thought his bosses would have given him some advice." The pair met on the My Space website, where Kazinsky is said to have told Robinson he needed to trust her before letting her into "my sordid My Space world".Kazinsky, 23, who shot to fame as the show's womaniser Sean Slater, has been temporarily axed for bombarding a model with obscene text messages and photos.The incident echoes the controversy that saw Leslie Grantham written out of the BBC1 soap.
Rob opened up about sexism in Hollywood and how he was taken advantage of by an exec when he was getting his start a decade ago.“It went on for a long time, and it was complete harassment.Grantham had made his comeback as Dirty Den when it emerged that he took part in webcam sex sessions from his dressing room in Elstree Studios.To prevent disruption to the soap's forthcoming storylines, newcomer Kazinsky will continue filming until February, when he will be out of the show for two months.
The actor, an unknown before joining East Enders, is said to be upset and apologetic over the incident and has said he is sorry for bringing the show into disrepute.An East Enders spokesman said: "Following the story in the Sunday People on January 7 2007, East Enders executive producer Diederick Santer has taken the decision to suspend Robert Kazinsky from early February for a period of two months.