On Monday, former cast and crew members for The CW drama — including Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, and Bethany Joy Lenz — penned a letter vocalizing their support for writer Audrey Wauchope who accused the show's creator, Mark Schwahn, of sexual misconduct.
Related: Tom Sizemore Accused Of Molesting An 11-Year-Old Girl In case you missed it, over the weekend, the scriptwriter took to Twitter to detail the sexual harassment she and her writing partner, Rachel Specter, suffered while working with Schwahn on .
The actress gave birth to the couple’s first daughter on Monday.
The actor, 35, shared the good news with fans on Instagram by posting a photo of his newborn daughter’s hand clutching his finger.
While Wauchope never specifically named Mark in her accusation on Twitter, it was later confirmed that she was speaking about the industry vet.
Bush and company have admitted to knowing of Schwahn's unsavory behavior as they noted in their statement to came out, but Chad Michael Murray is still a prince! published a poignant essay written by the actress on the very subject!
See More: The 7 Phrases That Are Ruining Your Relationship"In my 20s," she writes, "when I was starting out my career as an actor, I wasn't looking for a relationship, but one found me and became serious, even though I hadn't planned to settle down until my 30s.
In fact, a large majority of the former CW players got together for a fan convention over the weekend where they treated guests to a live rendition of the show's iconic theme song — event on Saturday, but only Peyton, Skills, and Felix actually got in on the singing action. Meanwhile, Sarah was totally trendy in a coral jumpsuit with black heels.
6 appearance on Bravo's The actress couldn't help herself, however, and went on to say that she never should have dated Murray.
"We were two stupid kids who had no business being in a relationship in the first place," Bush, 31, admitted.
We mean, what 20-something doesn't make mistakes?
Since her relationship with Murray ended, she's been pretty private about the marriage that unfolded 11 years ago with her by saying, "We were two stupid kids who had no business being in a relationship in the first place." As an actress who wants to be taken seriously, and to be remembered by what she does onscreen versus offscreen in her personal life, Bush is once again opening up about the marriage and divorce that have since been "defining her" in an essay written for .