Constance Wu says she was sexually harassed on 'Fresh Off the Boat'.

Constance Wu has revealed that her early years on Fresh Off the Boat were marred by some unwanted attention from a producer.

"I kept my mouth shut for a really long time," she said Friday at the Atlantic Festival in Washington D.C., per The Hollywood Reporter.

Because, after the first two seasons, once it was a success, once I was no longer scared of losing my job, that's when I was able to start saying 'no' to the harassment from this particular producer.

Wu starred in the hit sitcom as Jessica Huang, the mother of a Taiwanese-American family living in Orlando, Fla., in the late '90s.

She played the character for all six seasons, which aired from Feb. 2015 to Feb. 2020.

Experiences she had there and elsewhere are part of her memoir, Making a Scene, which comes out Oct. 4.

She explained that her publisher, Simon & Schuster, encouraged her to be open about what happened. And at first, she wrote about it as an exercise.

"And then I eventually realized it was important to talk about, because I did have a pretty traumatic experience in my first couple years on that show, and nobody knew about it," Wu said.

ABC did not respond to Yahoo Entertainment's request for comment.

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