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New Harvey Weinstein accuser sobs as she claims movie mogul 'ripped out her tampon and raped her' in his child's bedroom {F}

Harvey Weinstein responds to Lupita Nyong’o harassment claims

  • Mimi Haleyi claims that she was raped by Harvey Weinstein in 2006 when she paid him a visit at his Soho loft
  • 'He wouldn’t take no for an answer and backed me into a room which was not lit, but looked like a kids' bedroom with kids' drawings on the walls,' said Haleyi
  • Weinstein then ripped out her tampon and proceeded to perform oral sex on her according to the victim  
  • The two had met a few years prior, and Haleyi had recently wrapped up work on a TV project produced by the Weinstein Company 
  • 'I remember Harvey afterwards rolling over onto his back and saying "don’t you feel we’re so much closer to each other now?" I replied "no,"' said Haleyi 

A new woman has come forward claiming that she was raped by Harvey Weinstein.

Mimi Haleyi claims that she was visiting Weinstein at his NYC loft back in 2006 when the 65-year-old executive forced himself on her.

The young woman said she tried to shoot down Weinstein's repeated sexual advances by telling him she was menstruating, but he eventually overpowered her and shoved her onto a bed in his child's bedroom.

'He wouldn’t take no for an answer and backed me into a room which was not lit, but looked like a kids' bedroom with kids' drawings on the walls,' said Haleyi.

'He held me down on the bed, I tried to get him off me and kept asking him to stop but it was impossible. He was extremely persistent and physically overpowering.'

At that point Weinstein ripped out her tampon said Haleyi, who had begun to openly weep.

'He then orally forced himself on me while I was on my period. I was mortified. I was in disbelief,' said Haleyi, accompanied by her attorney Gloria Allred.

'I would not have wanted anyone to do that to me even if that person had been my romantic partner.'

She then added: 'I remember Harvey afterwards rolling over onto his back and saying "don’t you feel we’re so much closer to each other now?" I replied "no." 

Heartbreak: Mimi Haleyi (above) claims she was raped by Harvey Weinstein in 2006 when she visited the movie mogul's NYC loft

Terror: 'He wouldn’t take no for an answer and backed me into a room which was not lit, but looked like a kids' bedroom with kids' drawings on the walls,' said Haleyi

Assault: Weinstein then ripped out her Tampon and proceeded to perform oral sex on Haleyi according to the victim

Assault: Weinstein then ripped out her Tampon and proceeded to perform oral sex on Haleyi according to the victim

Haleyi claims that she first met Weinstein at the European premiere of 'The Aviator,' then bumped into him again in 2006 while she was at the Cannes Film Festival. 

She said that she approached the Hollywood heavyweight at that time about doing some work on one of his sets, and he urged her to come meet him at his hotel so they could discuss the matter.

When she arrived at the Hotel du-Cap Eden Roc she said that she was ushered into Weinstein's room and soon after he asked her about giving him a massage.

'I was escorted up to Harvey’s room by an assistant who then left. After a few minutes of greetings and normal conversation Harvey suddenly asked me if I’d give him a massage,' said Haleyi. 

'I said "no sorry I’m not a masseuse" and suggested he contact hotel reception with his request. He kept asking about massages and I felt the meeting was going nowhere so I left.'

She added: 'By that time I was crying as I felt completely humiliated and stupid for having been excited about meeting with him.' 

Haleyi said that she was then shocked when Weinstein called soon after to offer her work in New York City on one of his television projects.

She accepted the work, and after it had wrapped she met with Weinsten in New York.

'I went to meet him at the Mercer in New York, and on this occasion he was completely charming and a total gentleman,' said Haleyi. 

'A couple of days later I saw him again at the Weinstein Company offices in Tribeca where I went to pick something up from another producer. On this occasion we had a normal conversation, he told me about his various projects like his Factory Girl film and his plans to revive Halston, the 1970s fashion house. 

'Harvey also lent me a book to read, Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald, before giving me a ride home with his assistant.'

'He then told me he was going to the couture shows in Paris in a couple of days and asked if I’d like to come along. He said that we would fly in a private jet, stay at the Ritz and go to some fashion shows.' 

Haleyi made the decision to decline the invite as it would not feel appropriate to travel to Europe with Weinstein.

That, she claims, proved to be a mistake.

Accustaions: 'I remember Harvey afterwards rolling over onto his back and saying "don¿t you feel we¿re so much closer to each other now?" I replied "no,"' said Haleyi

Accustaions: 'I remember Harvey afterwards rolling over onto his back and saying "don’t you feel we’re so much closer to each other now?" I replied "no,"' said Haleyi

Newest victim: The two had met a few years prior, and Haleyi had recently wrapped up work on a TV project produced by the Weinstein Company

Newest victim: The two had met a few years prior, and Haleyi had recently wrapped up work on a TV project produced by the Weinstein Company

'He didn’t like that answer. He kept messaging and calling me and even showed up at the apartment where I was staying in the East Village, twice in one day, and literally physically forced himself in through the door, pleading with me to come with him to Paris,' she said during the press conference. 

'I found him overwhelming to deal with and I didn’t know how to shut it down so finally I said: "I’m not going to Paris with you, I hear you have a terrible reputation with women." He then backed off. I had made it clear that I did not have any romantic interest in him.'

Weinstein eventually took off for Paris, but kept up his pursuit of Haleyi after returning to New York. 

'He got in touch with me again when he got back from Paris and asked me to come and meet him at his home in Soho,' said Haleyi.

'I agreed as I wanted to maintain a good relationship with him. He sent his driver to pick me up. 

'There was a NY Post in the backseat, with a picture of Harvey with his then-girlfriend [Georgian Chapman] from a fashion show in Paris and I wondered if it had been strategically placed there to try to make me feel like I’d missed out on going to Paris.'

She then entered the apartment and the alleged assault occurred soon after, elaving Haleyi devastated. 

'I decided to share my experience today in support of all the other women that have come forward and all women everywhere who have been subjected to any type of sexual harassment or sexual assault,' said Haleyi.

'No woman should have to be subjected to this type of unacceptable abuse. Women have the right to say "no". A "no" is a "no" regardless of the circumstances and I told Harvey "no."'

Weinstein is said to be in rehab but there has still been nothing to prove this claim, and now over 60 women have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and assault.

'Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances,' said a spokesperson for Weinstein.

'Mr. Weinstein obviously can’t speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual.

'Mr. Weinstein has begun counseling, has listened to the community and is pursuing a better path. Mr. Weinstein is hoping that, if he makes enough progress, he will be given a second chance.' 

Allred meanwhile spoke about her 'brave' client at the start of the press conference, and took aim at Weinstein. 

'Although others have spoken out before her, each victim’s voice and experience is very important to ensure that sexual harassment and sexual assault does not continue to be inflicted on women by powerful men who act as though there are no boundaries and no rules that apply to them,' said Allred. 

'Sexual predators need to understand that their sexual harassment and sexual abuse of vulnerable women in the workplace must end or they may face significant civil and in some cases criminal consequences for their misconduct.'

She also gave the disgraced mogul credit for reportedly seeking treatment. 

'We are glad that Mr. Weinstein is receiving the therapy that he believes that he needs. I, however, am focused on justice for the numerous victims whom I represent,' said Allred. 

'What Mr. Weinstein is alleged to have done to many of them has been life changing and has left a number of them with emotional scars. In addition, many of the clients whom I represent have been damaged financially because their dreams were shattered and they felt that they needed to leave the entertainment industry as a result of Mr. Weinstein’s alleged misconduct towards them.'

Haleyi is now the seventh the women to accuse Weinstein of rape.

The six previous cases involved an unnamed Italian model who claims she was raped in 2013 by Weinstein, actresses Rose McGowan, Asia Argento and Lysette Anthony, then-college student Lucia Evans and the aforementioned unnamed woman.

The 2013 rape is currently being investigated by police in Los Angeles it was revealed last week.

Weinstein is also being investigated in the state of New York, where two criminal probes have been launched following allegations of sexual assault that date back over 10 years.

A law enforcement source told DailyMail.com that one of these complaints was filed by Lucia Evans, who told The New Yorker that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004 at his office. The identity of the other individual is not known at this time.

There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York.

The state legislature signed a bill eliminating a statute of limitations for first-degree sexual offenses back in 2006, having previously had a five-year statute for all rape and sexual assault cases.

Weinstein's legal problems are not just stateside either, with Scotland Yard currently investigating five allegations of sexual assault which have been made by three women across the Atlantic.

The earliest of these alleged assaults dates back to the eighties.

Haleyi has not yet gone to police, and since there is no statute would be able to pursue charges with enough evidence. 


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Lupita Nyong’o reveals she was sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein responds to Lupita Nyongo harassment claims entertainment 1x1.trans

You may have read the piece that Lupita Nyong’o wrote for the New York Times about her experience with Harvey Weinstein and it turns out so did he. Weinstein has now responded to her claims of harassment.

Through a representative, the disgraced movie mogul has denied the accusations made against him.

“Mr. Weinstein has a different recollection of the events, but believes Lupita is a brilliant actress and a major force for the industry. Last year, she sent a personal invitation to Mr. Weinstein to see her in her Broadway show Eclipsed.”

While she was a student at the Yale School of Drama, Nyong’o has stated she was invited to a private screening at Weinstein’s home. While she was there Weinstein asked if he could give her a massage.

She says she felt “unsafe” and she “panicked” and offered to give him a massage instead but when he began to remove his pants she fled the home.

Then, a few months later, he propositioned her at a restaurant. She declined.

She is just one in a long line of women who have come out and accused Weinstein of inappropriate behavior. Other famous faces include Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale, Cara Delevingne and Rose McGowan who claims she was raped by Weinstein. He denies he ever forced a woman to have sex with him though he paid a settlement to McGowan years ago.

“I share all of this now because I know now what I did not know then, I was part of a growing community of women who were secretly dealing with harassment by Harvey Weinstein,” Nyong’o penned.

“I hope we are in a pivotal moment where a sisterhood — and brotherhood of allies — is being formed in our industry. I hope we can form a community where a woman can speak up about abuse and not suffer another abuse by not being believed and instead being ridiculed. That’s why we don’t speak up — for fear of suffering twice, and for fear of being labeled and characterized by our moment of powerlessness. Though we may have endured powerlessness at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, by speaking up, speaking out and speaking together, we regain that power. And we hopefully ensure that this kind of rampant predatory behavior as an accepted feature of our industry dies here and now.”

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Harvey Weinstein investigation grows with NYPD now probing TWO credible allegations of sexual assault including the 2004 rape of a college student Lupita Nyong’o reveals she was sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein entertainment 1x1.trans

Lupita Nyong’o is the latest woman to speak out against disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, who is accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women in Hollywood. 

In an essay for the New York Times, Nyong’o shares her story of sexual harassment by the hands of Weinstein, in which she says he used his powerful position in Hollywood as a crutch in an attempt to lure her in bed.

The Academy-award winning actress says she first met Weinstein in 2011 when she was still a student at Yale School of Drama. She was attending an award ceremony in Berlin. After someone described him as “the most powerful producer in Hollywood,” the young and ambitious actress initially saw no harm in introducing herself to and eventually exchanging contact information with the Hollywood heavyweight.

Soon after, Weinstein invited Nyong’o to his home for a film screening. She accepted the invitation.

“The driver and I met Harvey in the little town of Westport, where he informed me that we would be having lunch at a restaurant before getting to his home. I did not think much of this,” Nyong’o recalled. “It was a busy restaurant, and as soon as we sat down he ordered a vodka and diet soda for himself. I asked for a juice. Harvey was unimpressed with my choice and told the waiter to bring me a vodka and diet soda instead. I declined and said I wanted the juice.”

She continued:

We went back and forth until finally he turned to the waiter and said, “Get her what I tell you to get her. I’m the one paying the bill.” I smiled and remained silent. The waiter left and returned with a vodka and diet soda for me. He placed it on the table beside my water. I drank the water. Harvey told me that I needed to drink the vodka and diet soda. I informed him that I would not.

“Why not? I remember him asking. “Because I don’t like vodka, and I don’t like diet soda, and I don’t like them together,” I said. “You are going to drink that,” he insisted. I smiled again and said that I wouldn’t. He gave up and called me stubborn. I said, “I know.” And the meal proceeded without much further ado. 

After lunch the two went to Weinstein’s home where she was greeted by his “domestic staff” and young children. But things only got progressively disturbing throughout the visit, Nyong’o revealed.

“I settled in for the film, but about 15 minutes in, Harvey came for me, saying he wanted to show me something. I protested that I wanted to finish the film first, but he insisted I go with him, laying down the law as though I too was one of his children,” she writes. “I did not want another back-and-forth in front of his kids, so I complied and left the room with him. I explained that I really wanted to see the film. He said we’d go back shortly.

“Harvey led me into a bedroom — his bedroom — and announced that he wanted to give me a massage. I thought he was joking at first. He was not. For the first time since I met him, I felt unsafe,” she adds. “I panicked a little and thought quickly to offer to give him one instead: It would allow me to be in control physically, to know exactly where his hands were at all times.”

Weinstein obliged to the massage, however, Nyong’o says things took another turn for the worse when he said he wanted to take off his pants. “I told him not to do that and informed him that it would make me extremely uncomfortable. He got up anyway to do so and I headed for the door, saying that I was not at all comfortable with that,” she said. “He put his shirt on and again mentioned how stubborn I was. I agreed with an easy laugh, trying to get myself out of the situation safely. I was after all on his premises, and the members of his household, the potential witnesses, were all (strategically, it seems to me now) in a soundproof room.”

Another incident occurred some time after when Weinstein invited Nyong’o to yet another screening with drinks to follow. To her surprise, she was the only one invited to the outing, which was arranged by Weinstein’s assistants. After they were left alone, she says, Weinstein said, ““Let’s cut to the chase. I have a private room upstairs where we can have the rest of our meal.”

“I was stunned,” she recalls. “I told him I preferred to eat in the restaurant. He told me not to be so naïve. If I wanted to be an actress, then I had to be willing to do this sort of thing. He said he had dated Famous Actress X and Y and look where that had gotten them.”

When Nyong’o stuck to her guns, Weinstein eventually blew her off and called her a cab. That was followed by a seemingly threatening text message stating, “I don’t know about your career, but you’ll be fine.”

Just a short couple of years later, Nyong’o would land her first feature film role in the Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave, for which she would snag an Academy Award of her own for Best Supporting Actress. After becoming a Hollywood breakout star, she and Weinstein eventually crossed paths again, at which time he apologized for his actions. Nyong’o, however, vowed to never work with Weinstein, even turning down an offer to star in one of his films–much to his chagrin.

“Fortunately for me, I have not dealt with any such incidents in the business since,” Nyong’o writes.

“I wish I had known that there were women in the business I could have talked to. I wish I had known that there were ears to hear me. That justice could be served. There is clearly power in numbers. I thank the women who have spoken up and given me the strength to revisit this unfortunate moment in my past.”

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Harvey Weinstein is finally axed from The Academy after Woody Allen actress tells police he raped her in her London home which could land the Oscar-winning mogul in jail

Compalint: Lucia Evans was in college when she was allegedly raped by Weinstein

  • There are now two credible allegations of sexual assault that have been filed with the NYPD involving Harvey Weinstein says a senior official
  • Officials are now probing the two incidents, which both occurred over 10 years ago
  • There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York 
  • One of these complaints was filed by Lucia Evans, who alleges that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004 at his office
  • It was revealed that Weinstein assembled a team with close ties to the the DA's office back in 2015 when police began investigating his groping of a model
  • 'Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein,' said his spokesperson last week 

The New York Police Department is now probing two separate allegations of sexual assault involving disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

A senior law enforcement official told NBC News that these complaints were filed in the past week with NYPD officials, who previously investigated the Hollywood executive in 2015 following allegations that he groped Italian model Ambra Battilana.

The incidents both occurred over 10 years ago and have been deemed credible by the department according to the senior official, who also noted that this does not mean either of these allegations will result in criminal charges being filed against Weinstein. 

A law enforcement source told DailyMail.com that one of these complaints was filed by Lucia Evans, who told The New Yorker that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004 at his office.  The identity of the other individual is not known at this time. 

There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York.

The state legislature signed a bill eliminating a statute of limitations for first-degree sexual offenses back in 2006, having previously had a five-year statute for all rape and sexual assault cases.

Down and out: There are now two credible allegations of sexual assault that have been filed with the NYPD involving Harvey Weinstein says a senior official (Weinstein outside his NYC offices on October 4)

Down and out: There are now two credible allegations of sexual assault that have been filed with the NYPD involving Harvey Weinstein says a senior official (Weinstein outside his NYC offices on October 4)

Evans (nee Stoller) was preparing for her senior year at Middlebury in 2004 when she met Weinstein at Cipriani in New York City.

She wanted to be an actress and gave the executive her phone number, eventually agreeing to come in and read for a female casting director at Weinstein's offices in Tribeca.

When she arrived however she was taken to meet Weinstein in a room with empty takeout boxes and exercise equipment.

The two spoke for a bit and then, according to Evans, Weinstein pulled out his penis and forced her to perform oral sex on him inside the office.

'I said, over and over, "I don’t want to do this, stop, don’t,"' said Evans. 

'I tried to get away, but maybe I didn’t try hard enough. I didn’t want to kick him or fight him.'

Weinstein's size ultimately  proved to be too much for Evans she claims, saying she eventually found herself completely helpless.

'I just sort of gave up. That’s the most horrible part of it, and that’s why he’s been able to do this for so long to so many women: people give up, and then they feel like it’s their fault,' said Evans.

Weinstein later acted as if nothing had happened she said, and began calling her at night to meet.

Evans said she repeatedly turned down the executive.

The repercussions from the incident last to this day however, with Evans saying she still had nightmares.

Compalint: Lucia Evans was in college when she was allegedly raped by Weinstein

Compalint: Lucia Evans was in college when she was allegedly raped by Weinstein

'I had an eating problem for years. I was disgusted with myself. It’s funny, all these unrelated things I did to hurt myself because of this one thing,' said Evans. 

'I ruined several really good relationships because of this. My schoolwork definitely suffered, and my roommates told me to go to a therapist because they thought I was going to kill myself.' 

Another woman who claimed Weinstein raped her revealed that she feared going to the police and even stayed in contact with the man because of the power he wielded in the industry.

'I was in a vulnerable position and I needed my job,' said the woman. 

'It just increases the shame and the guilt.' 

Evans has gone quiet on social media for the past few days after turning down requests for comment. 

'Friends -your support means the world. Keep it coming. Media -I will not be doing interviews at this time. Pls respect my family's privacy,' wrote Evans on Twitter Thursday.

When she was pressed by one follower, she reiterated: 'No comment.' 

There is still no timeline for how long it might take to gather all the necessary evidence to possibly charge Weinstein with a crime. 

'The NYPD is conducting a review to determine if there are any additional complaints relating to the Harvey Weinstein matter,' a spokesperson said in a statement to DailyMail.com.

That individual then added however that 'no filed complaints have been identified as of this time.'

It was revealed last week that Weinstein was just moments away from possibly being cuffed and thrown in jail back in 2015 when the NYPD set up a sting operation with Battilana after she accused him of groping her during a business meeting.

She had agreed to record her conversation with Weinstein on March 28, 2015 when the two met at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, one day after she accused the movie mogul of groping her breasts and sticking his hand under her skirt.

The audio recording of the sting, which was obtained and published by the New Yorker last Tuesday, captured Weinstein apologizing to Battilana and telling the model: 'Listen, come up to my room.'

Detectives were on the scene at the time hoping to catch Weinstein in the act so that they might be able to arrest him on the spot.

At the last second, however, Battilana could not go through with it out of safety fears and the pair returned downstairs, where Weinstein was soon picked up by the detectives and taken in for questioning. 

On the scene: There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York (LAPD officers outside the home of Weinstein's daughter last week)

On the scene: There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York (LAPD officers outside the home of Weinstein's daughter last week)

Battilana is one of the eight women who allegedly received a settlement from Weinstein according to the explosive New York Times investigation that was released on Thursday.

Weinstein first met Battilana at a show he was producing in New York on March 2015. The film mogul introduced himself to her and repeatedly stated that she looked like Mila Kunis, according to an expose by the New Yorker. 

He scheduled a meeting at his Tribeca office with her the following day through her agency. She was sitting on the couch when he started staring at her breasts and then asked if they were real. 

Battilana told NYPD officers that soon after, Weinstein lunged at her and groped her breasts and tried to put his hand under her skirt. She said he eventually backed off and then invited her to the Broadway play Finding Neverland with him the following night.

The Italian model never showed up at the play because she went to file a police report at an NYPD precinct regarding the alleged abuse. With the help of undercover officers, Battilana arranged to meet Weinstein again at the Tribeca Grand Hotel (now the Roxy).

She wore a wire to record her conversation with Weinstein during which he spoke of the actresses he had helped with their careers and offered to get her a dialect coach.

Weinstein was caught on the recording asking Battilana to come up to his hotel room and watch him shower. 

She protested at first but then agreed to go upstairs. However, at the last minute, Battilana changed her mind and begged him to let her leave.

Weinstein assembled a team with close ties to the the DA's office when police began investigating his groping of model Ambra Battilana (above in March 2015 )

Weinstein assembled a team with close ties to the the DA's office when police began investigating his groping of model Ambra Battilana (above in March 2015 )

'I don't want to,' 'I want to leave,' and 'I want to go downstairs,' she says in the audio. 

When she asked him why he groped her breasts, Weinstein responds: 'Oh, please, I'm sorry, just come on in. I'm used to that. Come on. Please... I won't do it again.'

Earlier in the recording he could be heard telling her: 'I'm telling you right now, get in here. I'm going to take a shower, you sit there and have a drink.

'I'm not doing anything with you, I promise,' he said before adding 'Now you are embarrassing me' as she protested in the hall. 

Battilana said: 'No yesterday was kind of aggressive for me.'

Weinstein responded: 'Don't embarrass me in the hotel, I'm here all the time.

'I'm not going to do anything and you'll never see me again after this. If you embarrass me in this hotel where I'm staying at...

'Honey don't have a fight with me in the hallway. Please, I'm not going to do anything, I swear on my children. Please come in. On everything, I'm a famous guy.

'I will never do another thing to you. Don't ruin your friendship with me for five minutes. Please you're making a big scene.'

After going back and forth for two minutes, Weinstein agreed to let her go.  

Charges were ultimately never filed against Weinstein after details about Battilana's past began to appear in the tabloid media, including that she had once attended one of the infamous Bunga Bunga parties thrown by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.  

Three days after meeting with Battilana at their office, a spokesperson for Vance announced that the probe into the incident did not find enough evidence to pursue a case.

'This case was taken seriously from the outset, with a thorough investigation conducted by our sex crimes unit,' said Joan Vollero at the time.

'After analyzing the available evidence, including multiple interviews with both parties, a criminal charge is not supported.' 

The New York Times revealed on Sunday that Weinstein surrounded himself with a very connected team of litigators before learning that charges would not be pursued in the case.

He retained Elkan Abramowitz, a former law partner of Vance, and Daniel S. Connolly, who was also a former prosecutor.

Linda Fairstein came on as a consultant and introduced Weinstein's lawyer Abramowitz to Martha Bashford, the head of the district attorney’s sex crimes bureau.

'Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein,' said his spokesperson Sallie Hofmeister in a statement.

'Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.'

She went on to state: 'Mr. Weinstein obviously can’t speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual. 

'Mr. Weinstein has begun counseling, has listened to the community and is pursuing a better path. Mr. Weinstein is hoping that, if he makes enough progress, he will be given a second chance.'

There is still no confirmation that Weinstein has entered rehab or sought counseling.

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New rape allegation, Academy revokes Weinsteins membership

  • English actress, Lysette Anthony, 54, claims Harvey Weinstein raped her in the 80's at her home in London in an interview released Saturday 
  • Last week Scotland Yard said they were investigating an incident without naming the actress
  • The actress of Woody Allen's 'Husband and Wives' says the alleged attack was 'revolting' and left her 'disgusted and embarrassed'
  • Also on Saturday the board of governors voted to oust Weinstein during an emergency meeting
  • They said the 'era of willful ignorance and shameful complicity in sexually predatory behavior and workplace harassment in our industry is over'
  • Weinstein won a personal Oscar for Best Picture in 1999 for Shakespeare in Love 
  • It is not yet clear whether the Academy will rescind that award

An English actress has come forward with an allegation that Harvey Weinstein raped her. Meanwhile the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has expelled the producer amid his sexual harassment scandal.

Lysette Anthony, in an interview with the Times of London, alleges she was raped by the disgraced producer when he turned up at her home in the late 1980's. She told Mersey Police her claims last week, who turned the case over to Scotland Yard.

The Metropolitan Police previously confirmed they were investigating a claim without naming Anthony. Weinstein could face criminal prosecution over the attack. 

She says Weinstein turned up at her flat at 10am. The Woody Allen actress says 'He pushed me inside, rammed me up against a coat rack. He was trying to kiss me and shove me inside.' She says she pushed him away but he was too heavy. 'Finally I just gave up.'

Lysette Anthony (pictured) claims Harvey Weinstein raped her at her home in the 1980s
Also on Saturday Weinstein had his lifetime membership with the Oscars board revoked

Lysette Anthony (left) claims Harvey Weinstein raped her at her home in the 1980s. Also on Saturday- Weinstein had his lifetime membership with the Oscars board revoked 

Anthony tweeted she had reported a 'historic crime' on Wednesday
Anthony reported the incident to Mersey Police who turned the case over to Scotland Yard

Anthony reported the incident to Mersey Police who turned the case over to Scotland Yard. The actress tweeted she had reported a 'historic crime' on Wednesday

In the interview released Saturday, the Allen 'Husbands and Wives' actress describes the attack as 'pathetic' and revolting' and left her feeling 'disgusted and embarrassed.

Weinstein could be prosecuted over the attack.

This new bombshell accusation comes as Weinstein is stripped of his lifetime Oscars board membership.  

The 54-member board of governors, which administers the professional group that hands out Oscars every year, voted to oust the disgraced movie mogul at an emergency meeting on Saturday.

Whoopi Goldberg, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg are among the Hollywood power players who hold seats on the board.

Following the meeting, the Academy issued a statement saying the board had voted 'to immediately expel him from the Academy,' noting that the vote was 'well in excess of the required two-thirds majority'. 

It went on: 'We do so not simply to separate ourselves from someone who does not merit the respect of his colleagues but also to send a message that the era of willful ignorance and shameful complicity in sexually predatory behavior and workplace harassment in our industry is over.'

Harvey is OUT: Motion Picture Academy expels Weinstein
He is pictured holding the only personal Oscar he won for Best Picture for Shakespeare in Love in 1999 alongside his first wife Eve

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has Harvey Weinstein amid the sex harassment scandal. He is pictured holding the only personal Oscar he won for Best Picture for Shakespeare in Love in 1999 alongside his first wife Eve

Winners of the Oscar for Best Picture, Shakespeare in Love, pose for photographers. From left are: David Parfitt, Dianna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, and Marc Morman

Winners of the Oscar for Best Picture, Shakespeare in Love, pose for photographers. From left are: David Parfitt, Dianna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, and Marc Morman

The 54-member board of governors, that decides who wins the Oscars every year, voted to oust the disgraced movie mogul at an emergency meeting. The headquarters are pictured 

The 54-member board of governors, that decides who wins the Oscars every year, voted to oust the disgraced movie mogul at an emergency meeting. The headquarters are pictured 

'What’s at issue here is a deeply troubling problem that has no place in our society. The Board continues to work to establish ethical standards of conduct that all Academy members will be expected to exemplify.'

The movie producer has been accused of harassment by a multitude of high-profile Hollywood celebrities in recent days. 

On Thursday, American actress Rose McGowan became the fourth woman to accuse the 65-year-old movie mogul of raping her.


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WEINSTEIN'S ACCUSERS COME FORWARD & WHAT THE STARS ARE SAYING ABOUT HIM

Accusations can set off a domino effect. But why don’t we treat the first accuser with the same respect as the 20th?

Katherine Kendall was 23 when producer Harvey Weinstein convinced her to come to his apartment, she told the New York Times. Once there, she recalled, he stripped naked, stood between her and the door, and asked her to show him her breasts.
When he finally let her leave, she told Michael Barbaro of the Daily podcast on Wednesday, he went so far as to get into a cab with her, then wait for 20 minutes watching her after she got out. But she didn’t report his actions publicly at the time.


“I think that when people perpetrate against you, you are the one that feels the shame,” she said. “You think that it’s just you.”
Kendall is now one of many women with strikingly similar allegations against Weinstein. Their statements in recent days have followed a pattern common in cases of alleged sexual assault or harassment by powerful men: Once enough women have spoken publicly, they set off a domino effect, in which many more women feel safe enough to come forward.

Unfortunately, this often happens years or even decades after the first alleged incidents took place. The stories now pouring out about Weinstein, then, raise some questions: Why do dozens of people have to accuse a powerful man before he faces consequences? And why don’t we treat the first accuser with the same respect as the 20th?
In the past week, articles at the New York Times and the New Yorker have told the stories of women who say Weinstein harassed or assaulted them.

The initial wave included Ashley Judd, Asia Argento, Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, and several others. Since these stories were published, even more women have spoken out, including Cara Delevingne, Romola Garai, and Léa Seydoux. A list at Vox includes, as of this writing, more than 25 women who have accused Weinstein of harassment or assault. The allegations have also inspired at least one woman to speak out about another man in Hollywood: On Tuesday, Hilarie Burton saidBen Affleck had groped her in 2003, when she was 21. Affleck has apologized.

Reporter details Harvey Weinstein masturbating in front of her after she rejected a kiss... then calling to ask her out the next day

Angelina Jolie said she had to turn down Weinstein's advances as a young actress

Angelina Jolie said she had to turn down Weinstein's advances as a young actress

Gwyneth Paltrow: The star told the New York Times that Weinstein touched her and suggested having joint massages in the bedroom before she started shooting the 1996 film Emma. She said she told her then boyfriend Brad Pitt about the incident and he confronted the mogul.

Angelina Jolie: Jolie told the Times she had to turn down advances from Weinstein in 1998 and chose never to work with him again. She said she warned other women about him.

Louisette Geiss:  Actress was called to a late night meeting with Weinstein in 2008. He allegedly emerged in a bathrobe and told her he would green light her script if she watched him masterbate. She left the meeting.

Judith Godreche: The French actress says Weinstein tried to massage her and pull off her sweater after asking her up to his Cannes suite to see the view in 1996.

Dawn Dunning: Aspiring actress says she was called to a meeting about future film projects in 2003. When she arrived Weinstein presented her with three scripts for his next three movies which he would let her star in, only if she had three-way sex with him. She fled the hotel.

Tomi-Ann Roberts: Weinstein met her when she was serving tables as a college junior in 1984 and told her to meet him at his home. When she arrived, she says, he was naked in the bath and told her she would give a better audition if she was nude. She says she refused and left.

Asia Argento: The Italian actress has accused Weinstein of forcibly performing oral sex on her when she was 21. 'He terrified me, and he was big. It wouldn't stop. It was a nightmare.'  She said she went on to have consensual sex with him over the years that followed. She documented the alleged attack in her 2000 film Scarlet Diva.

Katherine Kendall: The Swingers actress was told Weinstein had to stop off in his apartment to pick something up after a screening in 1993. He changed into a bathrobe and told her to massage her. When she resisted she said the mogul returned naked and chased her.

Lucia Evans: The actress, formerly known as Lucia Stoller, claims Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004. Speaking to the New Yorker, she said that she suffered years of trauma after the incident which occurred in a 'casting meeting' in a Miramax office in Manhattan. He reportedly called her late at night after the incident.

Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that Weinstein attempted to get her into a hotel bedroom and massage her when she was 22

Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that Weinstein attempted to get her into a hotel bedroom and massage her when she was 22

Mira Sorvino: The Mighty Aphrodite actress told the New Yorker that Weinstein tried to massage her in a hotel room at the 1995 Toronto International Film Festival. He then went to her home in the middle of the night but she called a male friend to protect her, she claimed. She said turning down the mogul adversely affected her career.

Rosanna Arquette:  The actress also said her career suffered after she rebuffed Weinstein's advances in the early 1990s. At a hotel meeting he tried to put her hand on his erect penis, she claims.

Rose McGowan: The actress, who made her breakthrough in 1996 in the Weinstein-produced slasher revival movie Scream, reportedly sued Weinstein after he assaulted her in 1997 at the Sundance Film Festival. She signed a non-disclosure agreement at the close of the suit and has only referred to him obliquely in social media since. On Sunday she referred to being abused by a 'monster' and has previously referred to being raped by a studio head.

Career suicide: Mira Sorvino revealed how her career nose-dived after she turned down Weinstein's advances 

Career suicide: Mira Sorvino revealed how her career nose-dived after she turned down Weinstein's advances 

Ashley Judd: Judd's film roles include the 1997 thriller Kiss the Girls - and says that during the filming of that movie Weinstein repeatedly asked her to watch him shower. She was one of the women who spoke out to The New York Times this week, saying: 'Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it's simply beyond time to have the conversation publicly.'

Emma De Caunes: French actress Emma de Caunes said that she met Weinstein in 2010, soon after he told her he had a script he was producing based on a book with a strong female character. Weinstein offered to show her the script, and asked her up to his hotel room, where he began to take a shower. He then emerged naked and with an erection, asking her to lay down with him on the bed and telling her that many had done so before. 'I was very petrified,' said de Caunes. 'But I didn’t want to show him that I was petrified, because I could feel that the more I was freaking out, the more he was excited.'

Zelda Perkins was 25 when, as an assistant of Weinstein's in London, she reportedly confronted the mogul for harassing her and 'several' other women; she later settled out of court

Zelda Perkins was 25 when, as an assistant of Weinstein's in London, she reportedly confronted the mogul for harassing her and 'several' other women; she later settled out of court

Lauren O'Connor: A former employee of The Weinstein Company, she told executives there in the fall of 2015 that there was 'a toxic environment for women at this company' after one of her colleagues told her that Weinstein had pressured her into massaging him while he was naked, the NYT said.

Ambra Battilana: An Italian actress and model, she told the NYT that in March 2015 Weinstein invited her to his New York office. There, she said, he asked if her breasts were real before grabbing them and putting his hands up her skirt. She reported the alleged incident to police, but they did not press charges. According to the NYT, Weinstein later paid her off.

Jessica Barth: Weintein reportedly pressured Barth, an actress, to give him a naked massage in the Peninsula Hotel from 2011 onwards.

Laura Madden: An ex-employee, she told the NYT that Weinstein had asked her to give him massages from 1991 onwards, while they were both in London and Dublin. 'It was so manipulative,' she told the NYT. 'You constantly question yourself - am I the one who is the problem?' Weinstein denied knowledge.

Emily Nestor: Nestor was a temporary employee of the Weinstein Company for just one day in 2014 when Weinstein approached her and offered to boost her career in exchange for sex, the NYT reported.

Zelda Perkins: An assistant of Weinstein's based in London in 1998; then 25, she reportedly confronted Weinstein after she and 'several' others were harassed and later settled out of court.

Elizabeth Karlsen, an Oscar-winning producer, said a female executive told her almost 30 years ago that she had found Weinstein naked in her bedroom in a Miramax-rented property

Elizabeth Karlsen, an Oscar-winning producer, said a female executive told her almost 30 years ago that she had found Weinstein naked in her bedroom in a Miramax-rented property

Elizabeth Karlsen: The Oscar-nominated producer of Carol and The Crying Game, among others, told The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday that almost 30 years ago, an unnamed young female executive who had worked at Miramax with Weinstein had found him naked in her bedroom one night. The exec was in a house rented by Miramax at the time to cut its overheads.

Liza Campbell: A freelance script reader, she told the UK's Sunday Times that Weinstein had summoned her to his hotel room in London before telling her to get in the bath with him.

Lauren Sivan: The former Fox news host said that Weinstein trapped her in a closed restaurant and masturbated in front of her to completion in 2007. He took her to a closed restaurant beneath a club she had visited and attempted to kiss her, then when she refused he cornered her and made her watch him touch himself, according to The Huffington Post.

Jessica Hynes: The British actress, best known for her roles in the Bridget Jones movies and for co-creating and co-writing the sitcom Spaced, said she was invited to audition for Weinstein when she was 19 - in a bikini. Hynes, formerly known as Jessica Stevenson, said she refused to wear the skimpy item - and lost the job.

Romola Garai: British actress Romola Garai said she felt "violated" following a meeting with Harvey Weinstein in his London hotel room when she was 18 in which he was in a bathrobe. Garai, best known for her role in "Atonement", said she had already been hired for a part but was told to audition privately with the Hollywood mogul because 'you had to be personally approved by him'. "Like every other woman in the industry, I've had an 'audition' with Harvey Weinstein," she told The Guardian. 'So I had to go to his hotel room in the Savoy and he answered the door in his bathrobe. I was only 18. I felt violated by it'.   

Unnamed assistant: Weinstein allegedly behaved inappropriately toward a woman employed as his assistant in 1990. The case was settled out of court.

Another unnamed assistant: In 2015, Weinstein reportedly pressured another assistant into giving him a naked massage in the Peninsula Hotel, where he is also said to have pressured Barth.

Unnamed Miramax employee: At one point in the early 1990s, a young woman is alleged to have suddenly left the company after an encounter with Weinstein. She also settled out of court.

Unnamed woman: A woman who did not wish to be named because she feared Weinstein's connections told The New York Times that the producer had summoned her to his hotel at an unknown date and raped her.

WHAT THE STARS ARE SAYING ABOUT WEINSTEIN 

Jennifer Lawrence stated although she had not witnessed Weinstein's inappropriate acts herself, she still condemned the producer

Jennifer Lawrence stated although she had not witnessed Weinstein's inappropriate acts herself, she still condemned the producer

Matt Damon: 'As the father of four daughters, this is the kind of sexual predation that keeps me up at night. This is the great fear for all of us. I did five or six movies with Harvey. I never saw this. I feel horrible for these women and it’s wonderful they have this incredible courage and are standing up now. We can all feel this change that’s happening, which is necessary and overdue.' 

Ben Affleck: 'I am saddened and angry that a man who I worked with used his position of power to intimidate, sexually harass and manipulate many women over decades'

Nicole Kidman: 'As I've stated before publicly, I support and applaud all women and these women who speak out against any abuse and misuse of power - be it domestic violence or sexual harassment in the workforce. We need to eradicate this behavior.' 

George Clooney: 'I suppose the argument would be that it's not just about Hollywood, but about all of us - that every time you see someone using their power and influence to take advantage of someone without power and influence and you don't speak up, you're complicit.'

Jennifer Lawrence: 'I was deeply disturbed to hear the news about Harvey Weinstein's behavior. This kind of abuse is inexcusable and absolutely upsetting.' 

Kate Winslet: 'His behavior is without question disgraceful and appalling and very, very wrong. I had hoped that these kind of stories were just made up rumors, maybe we have all been naïve.'

Meryl Streep: 'The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes he supported.' 

Kate Winslet said Weinstein's behavior was appalling and very wrong

Kate Winslet said Weinstein's behavior was appalling and very wrong

Glenn Close: 'I'm angry, not just at him and the conspiracy of silence around his actions, but also that the "casting couch" phenomenon, so to speak, is still a reality in our business and in the world: the horrible pressure, the awful expectation put on a woman when a powerful, egotistical, entitled bully expects sexual favors in exchange for a job.'

Judi Dench: 'Whilst there is no doubt that Harvey Weinstein has helped and championed my film career for the past 20 years, I was completely unaware of these offences which are, of course, horrifying, and I offer my sympathy to those who have suffered, and wholehearted support to those who have spoken out.' 

Mark Ruffalo said it was a 'disgusting abuse of power'

Mark Ruffalo said it was a 'disgusting abuse of power'

Romola Garai: 'Like every other woman in the industry, I've had an "audition" with Harvey Weinstein. So I had to go to his hotel room in the Savoy and he answered the door in his bathrobe. I was only 18. I felt violated by it.'

Ashley Judd: 'Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it's simply beyond time to have the conversation publicly.' 

Mark Ruffalo: 'To be clear what Harvey Weinstein did was a disgusting abuse of power and horrible. I hope we are now seeing the beginning of the end of these abuses.' 

James Gunn: 'If even 1/10th of the stories about Harvey Weinstein are true (and I believe they are), then good f***ing riddance. That s***'s gotta stop.' 

Lena Dunham: 'Easy to think Weinstein company took swift action but this has actually been the slowest action because they always always knew.' 

Susan Sarandon: 'Huge respect for Ashley Judd and all the women who broke their silence for the article on Harvey Weinstein. Brave.'

Julianne Moore: 'Coming forward about sexual abuse and coercion is scary and women have nothing to be gained personally by doing so. But through their bravery we move forward as a culture, and I thank them. Stand with Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan and others.'

Jessica Chastain: 'I was warned from the beginning. The stories were everywhere. To deny that is to create an environment for it to happen again.' 

Jeff Bridges: 'I wish him the best struggling with his demons, but his behavior was terrible. And I wish him - just as being a fellow human being - we are all struggling with different things. And he can struggle with his and come out the other side.'  

Kevin Smith: 'He financed the first 14 years of my career - and now I know while I was profiting, others were in terrible pain. It makes me feel ashamed.'

Paul Feig: 'There is no excuse for monsters like Harvey Weinstein. It's up to all of us, men and women, to speak up against sexual harassment and abuse.' 

Michael Keaton: 'H Weinstein - yikes! Disgusting and creepy. So is "leader of the free world", by the way.'

Heather Graham is one of a number of actors to speak out against Weinstein

Heather Graham is one of a number of actors to speak out against Weinstein

Emmy Rossum: 'The "old dinosaur" explanation doesn't cut it. Decades of using power to intimidate women for sexual gain is reprehensible and inexcusable.'

Heather Graham: 'Women speak out about sexual harassment and Harvey Weinstein gets fired. This is the best and most inspiring news story I have seen in a while.'

Judd Apatow: 'What Harvey Weinstein did was abhorrent. He admits he did it. Why should anyone be silent in their disgust and support for his victims?'

Amber Tamblyn: 'Heed the mantra and never forget: Women. Have. Nothing. To. Gain. And. Everything. To. Lose. By. Coming. Forward.'

Scott Derrickson: 'I expect the Hollywood elite will remain largely silent about Weinstein. Me, I give zero f***s about any repercussions for condemning him.'

Brooklyn Decker: 'We condemn "grab them by the p***y" and we condone this.' 

Patricia Arquette: 'If there is a way to cure yourself of being a predator than I hope Harvey learns what it is & shares it with the world. It's an epidemic.'

Ryan Murphy: 'In this society, most women have a Harvey Weinstein in their life. There is always a minefield you navigate when you're a woman and go through the system of Hollywood. Sometimes you are lucky enough to have champions or people who aren't interested in taking advantage of you, and sometimes you do not. I know my way around an Oscar-winning lady or two, and whenever he would come up in conversation, there was always this "ick" or "ugh" type of reaction. All of the women I spoke to would say that. All of them. I wondered what was up with that.'

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Indecent exposure: When she rebuffed his advances, Sivan said that Weinstein exposed himself and masturbated into a nearby plant

  • Lauren Sivan detailed the events that occurred on the night that Harvey Weinstein forced her to watch him masturbate
  • She said they were at the NYC eatery Cafe Socialista, which Weinstein was an investor in, when he asked her to go on a kitchen tour and tried to kiss her
  • When she rebuffed his advances, Sivan said that Weinstein exposed himself and masturbated into a nearby plant, she told 'Megyn Kelly Today'
  • The next day, Weinstein called Sivan to say he had a good time and wanted the two to get together, at which point Sivan said that she hung up on him
  • She said she came forward after hearing his response to The New York Times piece last Thursday, stating that he shows 'no remorse'
  • Weinstein has not responded to repeated requests for comment about the alleged incident 

The young woman who revealed on Friday that she had been trapped in a restaurant hallway by Harvey Weinstein and forced to watch him masturbate sat down with Megyn Kelly for an interview.
Lauren Sivan, who briefly worked with Kelly at Fox News, revealed that she came forward after hearing Weinstein's response to the bombshell investigation released by The New York Times last Thursday, saying that he has 'no remorse' for his actions.
She also told Kelly that it was after she rejected Weinstein's sexual advances that he exposed himself and began to masturbate into a potted plant while blocking her exit.
Once Weinstein, 65, was done, he behaved as if nothing had happened according to Sivan, and the next day even called to ask her out on a date.
Weinstein has not responded to repeated requests for comment about the alleged incident.

Speaking out: Lauren Sivan (above) detailed to 'Megyn Kelly Today' the events that occurred on the night Harvey Weinstein forced her to watch him masturbate 

Speaking out: Lauren Sivan (above) detailed to 'Megyn Kelly Today' the events that occurred on the night Harvey Weinstein forced her to watch him masturbate 

On the scene: She said that they were at the NYC eatery Cafe Socialista, which Weinstein was an investor in, when he asked her to go on a kitchen tour and tried to kiss her (Weinstein and wife Georgina Chapman at Cafe Socialista in September 2006)
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Comment by caribmama on November 20, 2017 at 9:59am

Ben Affleck, Russell Simmons and the hits keep on coming.

Comment by caribmama on November 20, 2017 at 9:57am

That guy from KISS is crazy. He went into a broadcast company conference room, ripped open his shirt and said "sue me". LOL....They quickly put a ban on him from ever entering to building again.

Comment by mr1stroke on November 20, 2017 at 9:39am
Now i know those law enforcement are not that smart, so to the public who believe those women are victimsm and the authorities who are investigating these cases as crimes, i have a question shouldnt they gave back the awards, the oscars, the money and the gifts, are they not part of the crime and should be considered as evidence, otherwise where is the proof do you DNA or recording, or is it she says and thats all
Comment by caribmama on November 20, 2017 at 9:34am

And the accusations keep on coming out of Hollyweird.......SMH!

Comment by mr1stroke on November 20, 2017 at 9:34am
Lol just about every one in hollywood had to give up something, they are all knew what they were signing for, these women who have been sleeping around for fame and money are the new gays, they are jumping out the bushes coming out the closet with sexual harassment
Comment by Contonila Goodman on November 20, 2017 at 9:12am

@El-Bull: B`cos most black women are wise & smart enough to know that it just wouldn`t cut, if you go alone with man to a top floor hotel room well past midnight or before and sat on his bed to listen him read you nursery rhymes ?

Comment by El-Bull on November 16, 2017 at 11:11pm

I'M WONDERING: WITH THIS WHITE FEMALE LED FEMINIST MOVEMENT REGARDING SO CALLED SEXUAL HARASSMENT, ARE FEMINIST BLACK WOMEN SUPPORTING THEM AND IF SO, WHERE ARE THE BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN HARASSED, ESPECIALLY BY WHITE MEN, AND YOU CAN BE SURE THERE ARE PLENTY,  AND WHY AREN'T THEY SPEAKING UP. #THINGSTHATMAKEYOUGOUUUUMMM

Comment by Contonila Goodman on October 31, 2017 at 1:10pm

This man has become the scape goat,the a**wipe and celebrity door mat for Hollywood.damn..I bet not all was rape at the time ???

Comment by mr1stroke on October 26, 2017 at 4:11am
Ok calm down you two, dont get upset over rich people issues
Comment by El-Bull on October 26, 2017 at 3:12am
Jacqui, you're typical as you run your mouth, have to get the last word in, know nothing, have nothing of substance to say and must really impress yourself. All of which is why friends and family go out of the way to avoid being around you. Those women sold their souls for money and fame. In a word, they are nothing more than mercenary prostitutes and I have no sympathy for them nor you being that you keep opening your mouth (hint, hint ) Now poof be gone and go transfer your issues onto someone else.

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