Time's Up, a woman's advocacy group formed as the MeToo movement roiled Hollywood, issued an unflinching condemnation of NBCUniversal following Variety's exclusive reports surrounding the departure of "America's Got Talent' judge Gabrielle Union. Newly appointed Time's Up CEO Tina Tchen decried what she observed as a "pattern" within NBC as an institution -- one that […]
Katy Perry is being accused of sexual misconduct by model and actor Josh Kloss, who was her love interest in her 2010 “Teenage Dream” music video.
Geena Davis says she probably has “a million examples” of inappropriate conduct in the workplace.
While she escaped sexual harassment, the actress made it clear that she was harassed and mistreated in a different way.
The iconic performer, 60, is profiled in the New York Times and was asked about a 1991 incident involving Trump.
Eliza Dushku confronted the actor about harassing her on set. Her character was later written off the legal drama.
Oscar-winning Australian actor Geoffrey Rush has won his defamation case brought against the News Corp.-owned Daily Telegraph. The paper had accused Rush of inappropriate sexual behavior during a stage production of "King Lear." The judge in Sydney, Michael Wigney said on Thursday that the newspaper "did not make out their truth defence" against Rush's libel […]
The actress and activist has been a vocal supporter of #MeToo and #TimesUp, but is supporting Biden after the former vice president was accused of inappropriate behavior.
The courage showed by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has inspired others to share their #MeToo stories — including the "Modern Family" actress.
The "Will & Grace" star said she was doing an Instagram Live on Wednesday, when a man exposed himself while she was on air.
"Kevin was an inestimable comfort and never mentioned he knew I was in a bad way,” she told reporters at the San Sebastian Film Festival of her time filming "The Shipping News" with Spacey after her husband died. “He cheered me up and kept me going.”
With Emmy weekend upon them, the performer nominees gathered at the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on Saturday night. “We’re celebrating every attendee, because it’s the nominee reception,” Bob Bergen, co-governor of the performers peer group, told Variety. “So it’s party for everybody. It’s a bigger party, a bigger celebration.” For […]
Time’s Up is calling on the CBS board of directors to donate the $120 million it’s holding for a potential severance package for recently-resigned CEO Leslie Moonves to organizations that address sexual harassment and workplace safety. In an open letter to the board, and obtained by CBS News, the advocacy organization said: “That is $120 million dollars that will either go to Mr. Moonves or back into the coffers of the company that allowed the culture created by Mr. Moonves to continue. Or that $120 million can create change by going to organizations – and there are many impactful organizations – that can help women of all kinds.
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.
Court documents filed by the <em>Sydney Daily Telegraph</em> claim that actor Geoffrey Rush behaved like a "pervert" and engaged in "sexually predatory behaviour" during a 2015 theater production. Oscar-winner Rush is suing the <em>Telegraph</em>'s publisher News Corp over articles about allegations he behaved inappropriately towards actress Eryn Jean Norvill during a Sydney Theatre Company production of <em>King Lear</em>. Norvill had previously declined to provide a statement to the court but…
Mira Sorvino has revealed that a casting director gagged her with a condom in an audition when she was 16.
"I'm still completely in shock," said Paltrow, who was once known as the "first lady of Miramax."
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the body responsible for putting on the Golden Globe Awards, has finished its internal investigation into accusations made by actor Brendan Fraser that former HFPA President Philip Berk sexually assaulted him in 2003, the actor told GQ. Fraser said the HFPA had concluded its investigation and found that Berk did in fact assault him, and that the organization said it was meant to be taken in jest. The incident, which Berk himself recounted in his memoir that was reported by TheWrap founder and CEO Sharon Waxman — who at the time worked for The New York Times — gained traction after a previous February profile of Fraser in GQ.
By Alice Popovici and Karen Freifeld NEW YORK (Reuters) - Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein appeared in handcuffs in a New York court on Friday to face charges of rape and other sex crimes against two of the scores of women who have accused him of misconduct, ending his reign as a Hollywood kingpin. Weinstein, the 66-year-old co-founder of the Miramax film studio and the Weinstein Co, intends to plead not guilty to the charges, his attorney, Benjamin Brafman, told reporters outside the Manhattan courthouse. Prosecutors charged him with two counts of rape and one count of a criminal sexual act following a months-long investigation with the New York Police Department.
Amid the campaign to #MuteRKelly, Spotify made a bold move by announcing it is no longer promoting the controversial singer's music. However, Kelly's songs will remain on the streaming site, leading some to say that the company could have been even bolder in its decision.
An additional 27 women have come forward to accuse Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct, the Washington Post reported in a long-awaited piece Thursday morning. Fourteen women who worked with Rose at CBS accused him of misconduct, while an additional 13 said they were harassed at other companies. The lengthy report includes several new graphic on-the-record accounts from women, including Joana Matthias, who said Rose exposed his penis and groped her in 1976 when they worked together in the NBC News Washington bureau.
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