Cosby, aka Inmate No. NN7687, has a new mug shot — and he looks a lot different than during his "Cosby Show" days.
“It’s unbelievable to me now how those men were held in such high regard," Winslet said in a new interview.
The 58-year-old "Melrose Place" and "Spin City" star reminisced about old roles, including in the film "The First Wives Club, a role she ended up requesting be uncredited due to an unscripted moment with a co-star that left her feeling “gross.”
The former A&R executive says when the Def Jam mogul allegedly raped her in 1995, she stayed silent because she "didn't want to let the culture down."
Reese Witherspoon talks about being assaulted as a teenager and then recently feeling that she'd been shamed over having not reported it.
Employees of the publishing company behind director Woody Allen's upcoming book walked out of their offices in protest Thursday.
Although Harvey Weinstein is in custody after his rape conviction, Rose McGowan still worries he may seek retribution. While it may sound "out of a spy novel," that has been "my life" since accusing him of rape, she says.
Rosanna Arquette, who has accused Weinstein of abuse, says "there are still people in the industry who feel sorry for Harvey.”
Sophia Bush recalls fighting with her boss on "One Tree Hill" after he continually wrote scenes where she'd have to be in her underwear.
Oprah Winfrey Reveals Russell Simmons ‘Attempted to Pressure Me’ to Drop MeToo Documentary
Oscar nominee Kathy Bates remembers women were being called into hotel rooms long before the #MeToo-era.
Ahead of Harvey Weinstein’s January trial in New York City, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is reviewing eight accusations of sexual misconduct against the disgraced producer.Details about the accusations are not public at this time, but Variety reported Tuesday that two of the accusations are recent, filed in just the last few months. Under review are four cases from the Los Angeles Police Department, and four other cases from Beverly Hills police. The Los Angeles D.A. has not yet decided if charges will be filed on any of these cases, according to Variety.Most of the accusations have been under review since early 2018 — two of the Beverly Hills cases were submitted in January 2018, followed by a third in June of that year. Three of the LAPD cases were submitted in February 2018.Also Read: Harvey Weinstein Gripes That Sex Crime Charges 'Eviscerated' His Record on Women's IssuesThe accusations are being reviewed as part of a task force investigation established by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, USA Today reported.Representatives for Weinstein did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap. Representatives for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office also did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The accusations under review in L.A. are among dozens against Weinstein, who has consistently denied any wrongdoing. Earlier this month, Kaja Sokola, a Polish model who has accused Weinstein of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 years old, sued him, his brother Bob, Disney and Miramax under New York’s Child Victims Act.Sokola was originally part of a class-action lawsuit against Weinstein under a pseudonym and would have been a part of the $25 million settlement that has tentatively been reached between Weinstein and his accusers in early December. But by coming forward and filing her own suit, Sokola has indicated that she could not agree with the terms of the settlement and, thus, will not be participating in it.Also Read: Time's Up Denounces Settlement With Harvey Weinstein Survivors: 'A Broken System'Also in early December, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office raised Weinstein’s bail from $1 million to up to $5 million, after accusations surfaced that Weinstein may have tampered with his electronic ankle bracelet tracking monitor, according to a report in the Associated Press. Weinstein was given three options to cover a new bail of up to $5 million and was warned he could face jail time over any other issues. Through a bail bondsman, he agreed to meet the bail obligations by submitting $2 million in cash, and other assets.Weinstein’s New York trial on multiple charges of sexual assault and rape is scheduled to begin Jan. 6. Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to the charges he faces, including that he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and that he performed a forcible sex act on a different woman in 2006. He maintains that any sexual activity was consensual.Read original story LA District Attorney Is Reviewing 8 Accusations of Sexual Misconduct Against Harvey Weinstein At TheWrap
Legend, whose duet with Kelly Clarkson features pro-consent lyrics, hit out at "backlash to the #MeToo movement."
John Legend sets the record straight about critics of his updated lyrics for "Baby, It's Cold Outside," and talks about the cultural wars surrounding the #MeToo movement.
The director filed a lawsuit against the company for backing out of a multifilm deal at the height of the Me Too movement.
The revamped holiday classic now includes lines like "it's your body, and your choice," while the original has been accused of promoting date rape.
Weinstein — who’s been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 90 women — was sitting with a group of women and men at an Actors Hour event, which showcases emerging artists.
"I had to go back and think about all the traumatic things that had happened to me. And it made me angry and it made me embarrassed and it made me ashamed," Phair said in an interview.