A number of Dragon Ball voice actors including Monica Rial, Daman Mills, and others cancelled their upcoming appearances at Kamehacon following Dragon Ball Super: Broly voice actor Vic Mignogna being reinvited by the convention.

Monica Rial, who voiced Bulma in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, announced she was cancelling her appearance, but did indicate she is looking for a “space to do a signing.”

Rial’s announcement would be followed by Daman Mills who voiced Moroko in Dragon Ball Super: Broly. He also voices Frieza in Dragon Ball Super.

Jason Douglas, who stars as Tobin on The Walking Dead and voices Beerus in Dragon Ball Super: Broly and Dragon Ball Super also announced he would no longer be appearing at Kamehacon.

Josh Grelle. who voices the Grand Minister in Dragon Ball Super, also revealed he would not longer be appearing at Kamehacon. Grelle is also part of the voice cast for RWBY as Tyrian Callows. He also voices Armin Artlet on Attack on Titan.

Dragon Ball Super voice actors weren’t the only ones cancelling appearances at Kamehacon. Anime fan Terez announced he would be cancelling his panel at Kamehacon. He would explain his decision at length on Twitter.

Vic Mignogna has been accused of sexual misconduct by Rial and Jamie Marchi along with a number of other individuals. He has denied the allegations repeatedly. Following the accusations, Mignogna was replaced by Funimation in Morose Monokean Season 2. They also intimated they had severed their relationship and would no longer be working with him. WarnerMedia owned Rooster Teeth also fired Mignogna from RWBY. Mignogna had been uninvited by Kameha Con following the accusations, but would be reinvited last week.

Mignogna has acquired a legal team and Minnesota-based lawyer Nick Rekieta set up a GoFundMe to raise funds for Mignogna’s legal team. The GoFundMe has currently raised over $118,000 as of this writing.

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