Abrams spokesman Seth Bringman said in a statement on Wednesday that Abrams is filling a "leadership gap" by addressing the film industry and offering understanding to those who have called for a boycott.
"Leader Abrams went to Hollywood to meet with industry leaders Respect the call for a boycott and recognize the historical power of economic boycott, but also encourage a more strategic path for the film industry to attract Georgian women help: by harnessing the energy and resources of the industry to stay in Georgia and fight to bring about lasting policy change, "said Bringman.
"We had productive talks with executives, showrunners, actors, and more.When companies #StayAndFight, we can save jobs, build energy and, most importantly, protect women.While the call for absence reverberates for some, we need to seize the time before a final decision, "said Abrams in a tweet on Tuesday.
She added, "Businesses are counting on predictability – too many companies will face growing uncertainties in our healthcare environment, and this bill on forced pregnancies targets women, but every Georgian is at risk if we lose doctors, jobs, and billions. StayAndFight " CNN subsidiary WSB-TV said Abrams met with executives and other industry professionals in Los Angeles.