for those who don't know, Vic Mignogna is a famous anime voice actor, with roles like Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist, Ikkaku Madarame from Bleach, and Broly from the Dragon Ball franchise. He was accused of raping Monica Rial ( the voice of Bulma Briefs from the Dragon Ball franchise, Mirajane Strauss from Fairy Tail, and other roles.), and was fired without evidence from Funimation Studios in Texas, and Rooster Teeth Productions (I don't know where they are) and blacklisted from many anime conventions he was contracted to. The two sides are IStandWithVic and KickVic. Feel free to ask me which side I'm on, i won't be stating it here. The monkey wrench in this is that there is no evidence that Vic did anything wrong. The noose in the corner for KickVic is that they admitted to tampering with photos to further their cause. A con-goer saw a photo of herself that was photoshopped to make it look like Vic had his hand somewhere it shouldn't have been. This same con-goer public posted a message stating that the photo was doctored and used without her permission. She supports Vic entirely. Voice actors on the KickVic side have threatened to ruin conventions if Vic was invited back. Voice actors like Christopher Sabat (The voice of Vegeta and Piccolo from the Dragon Ball franchise, Roronoa Zoro from One Piece, and most recently All Might from My Hero Academia, as well as many others) and Monica Rial (see above) participated in these blatant threats. Vic is known for hugging fans, or just having fun at Cons, but now at BubbaCon he was relegated to a separate floor. Keep in mind their is still no evidence to prove he raped anyone, and plenty of evidence in support of Vic. He is Christian, and has said that himself, and i personally think he is being targeted for his religious beliefs. There is a lot more to this story but these are the highlights. If you are interested in learning more look up Nick Rekieta on YouTube, he is a lawyer who owns a small firm in Minnesota.
but until then i'm firmly with the guy who got fired on an allegation