Day 1 of Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing — for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand 14 years ago — is over. The disgraced actor, who had been facing a sentence of a maximum of 30 years in prison, was given a big break.
After years of allegations of sexual violence from dozens of women which nearly all share common-denominator accusations of being drugged and molested by the world-famous entertainer, Bill Cosby is facing the prospect of walking into a Pennsylvania courthouse Monday, never to emerge a free man. Earlier this year, Cosby was convicted of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault stemming from the 2004 drugging and molestation of Andrea Constand, a former basketball coach at Cosby's alma mater, Temple University. “To see him led out in handcuffs or shackles would be quite a triumph, I think, for all of us,” said Victoria Valentino, a former Playboy model who claims that Cosby raped her in 1969.
Asia Argento wants Rose McGowan to apologize for the "horrendous lies" she allegedly made about her relationship with Jimmy Bennett.
Soon-Yi Previn's interview in defense of Woody Allen includes a claim that Hillary Clinton refused their campaign contribution.
Julie Chen's not-so-subtle support of her husband and until, a few days ago, boss Les Moonves as she signed off Thursday's "Big Brother" episode has been described as "defiant" and "awkward." And those are the nice words.
"I felt like I had let people down and caused pain to the cast, and that is not acceptable," the director said on the red carpet.
Norm Macdonald's way of handling a controversy appears to be by creating a new one.
They say "Mama knows best" — and when you're Kate Moss, and your 15-year-old daughter is considering a modeling career, it seems especially fitting.
The Oscar-winning actress details sexual abuse by her stepfather, but admits to complicated feelings about the man who was "cruel and frightening" yet also "magical."
CBS is expected to announce Monday that it has reached an agreement with longtime CEO Leslie Moonves that will see the executive step down from the company he has led for the last 15 years, CNN reported Sunday. CNN media reporter Brian Stelter first reported the news of Moonves’ imminent departure, which is said to be part of a “global settlement” that is intended to “resolve months of litigation between Moonves and Shari Redstone.” Redstone is the controlling shareholder of CBS. Les Moonves is stepping down from CBS as part of a wide-ranging corporate settlement.
As Les Moonves is in talks to exit CBS, six more women have accused him of sexual misconduct, The New Yorker reported Sunday. The magazine, which first reported on accusations of misconduct against the CBS CEO, said that six additional women are now accusing him “of sexual harassment or assault in incidents that took place between the nineteen-eighties and the early aughts.” Moonves denied any such conduct. The accusations range from forced oral sex to threats of physical violence if they refused him.
Charlie Rose wants to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him for “blatant and repeated” sexual harassment during his tenure at CBS. Per Deadline, Rose filed a motion to dismiss in New York state Supreme Court on Thursday. This is his first public action against the suit, which was filed in May by former CBS employees Katherine Brooks Harris, Sydney McNeal, and Yuqing “Chelsea” Wei.
“The Predator” director Shane Black skipped the red carpet in its entirety for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of the Fox film after news broke Thursday that he cast his friend, Steven Wilder Striegel, a registered sex offender, in the film without the cast and crew’s knowledge. Star Olivia Munn, who appeared opposite Striegel in his […]
Ashton Kutcher, shared his perspective on the #MeToo movement Wednesday during an onstage conversation at TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference in San Francisco.
Rose McGowan is being honored at British GQ's Men of the Year Awards on Wednesday — and delivered what seemed to be a preshow speech on Twitter ahead of picking up the Inspiration Award.
The actress's lawyer has also accused Jimmy Bennett of “sexually attacking” and extorting her.
Controversial "Big Brother" contestant JC Mounduix was seen inappropriately caressing and kissing a fellow houseguest while he was fast asleep.
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.
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.
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.