Asia Argento wants Rose McGowan to apologize for the "horrendous lies" she allegedly made about her relationship with Jimmy Bennett.
"If this is what the me too movement is going to be about now I'm not here for it," actress Bella Thorne tweeted.
The actress's lawyer has also accused Jimmy Bennett of “sexually attacking” and extorting her.
The head of the Venice Film Festival called the "Harvey Weinstein is innocent" shirt "a stupid move."
In a statement to the Cut, the gender non-conforming model said they took action when it was clear Argento “was not going to be honest”.
According to Rose McGowan's statement, the model and activist Rain Dove took texts supporting Jimmy Bennett's accusation against Asia Argento to police.
In a statement, Rose McGowan urged Asia Argento to be "honest" about alleged sexual assault. "I really hope you find your way through this process to rehabilitation and betterment," she said.
Amid allegations that the actress sexually assaulted Jimmy Bennett in 2013, Asia Argento will be replaced as a judge on the show, according to reports.
After days of silence, 22-year-old actor-musician Jimmy Bennett said, "I have not made a public statement in the past days and hours because I was ashamed and afraid to be part of the public narrative."
As the story behind Jimmy Bennett’s sexual assault claims against Asia Argento continues to unfold, Mira Sorvino has responded saying that she is “heartsick over the allegations”. The ardent Time’s Up and #MeToo advocate took to Twitter late Tuesday night in regards to the allegations and the settlement Argento paid Bennett. “Having just touched down from several weeks abroad, I am reeling from the recent news,” she wrote. She said that she hopes that it isn’t true…
Asia Argento "strongly" denies sexual assault claims, says she "never had any sexual relationship" with Jimmy Bennett.
Rosanna Arquette took to Twitter to defend Asia Argento as news broke that the actress paid Jimmy Bennett to settle a sexual assault claim he made against her.
Asia Argento, a leading voice in the #MeToo movement after being one of the first actresses to accuse disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein of rape, is now the accused, according to an exposé in the New York Times. Earlier this year, the Italian actress reportedly paid off Jimmy Bennett, who accused her of sexually assaulting him in 2013 when he was 17 and she was 37.
A report that Asia Argento has paid a former child actor and musician a settlement after an alleged sexual encounter when he was 17 is raising questions about her participation as a judge on “X Factor Italy.” Argento has been one of the most outspoken voices against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and is an […]
Actress Rose McGowan, who befriended Argento after both women shared their allegations of Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct, said her "heart is broken" by the report.
In a conversation with the columnist known as Taki, Weinstein allegedly admitted to trading film roles for sex but says, "I never, ever forced myself on a single woman." However, the producer's attorney says his client was misquoted.
A French official tells the New York Times that no narcotics were in Anthony Bourdain's system when he committed suicide two weeks ago.
A video that Argento posted showed Rose McGowan, with whom she bonded over their rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein, turning around in a car as she sang along to McGowan's song "Sirene."