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O scar-winning actor George Clooney was criticized by LGBT+ activists on Tuesday after he called a boycott of luxury hotels owned by Brunei a "warning shot" to Indonesia and Malaysia should they consider introducing similar anti-gay laws. Clooney in late March led calls for a boycott of nine hotels owned by Brunei because of plans by the small Southeast Asian country to impose the death penalty - including by stoning - for gay sex or adultery as it rolled out further Islamic laws. Appearing on U.S. talk show, "Ellen," the "Ocean's Eleven" actor discussed the boycott and economic pressure that followed after the announcement of the new laws and the U-turn.
The Sultan of Brunei has said that plans to bring in the death penalty for gay sex will not be enforced, after the new legislation was strongly condemned worldwide.
Sir Elton John has backed George Clooney's calls to boycott luxury hotelsowned by the Sultan Of Brunei, after the country announced the introduction ofnew anti-LGBTQ+ laws
George Clooney has called for a boycott of the Sultan of Brunei's hotels after the nation introduced new laws punishing gay sex by death.