OPINION: To be clear, it is doubtful that Harvey Weinstein was fired because he sexually harassed and/or sexually abused women. It seems to be common knowledge that he has been doing that for many, many years and his illegal antics were well-known throughout Hollywood. Instead, it seems that the reason he was fired is because his decades-long history of sexual misconduct with women was finally made public in a big way and the optics and fallout looked bad for his company.
Amid Weinstein Ousting, New Sexual Harassment Allegations Emerge
Last night Harvey Weinstein was fired from the production company and distributor he cofounded, following a Thursday New York Times report that detailed decades of sexual harassment allegations.
But yesterday two new accusations were made public, …
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Streep, Judi Dench slam Weinstein over sexual harassment claims
Meryl Streep and Judi Dench, two of Hollywood’s most respected actresses, lashed out at movie producer Harvey Weinstein on Monday but said they were unaware of his decades of alleged sexual harassment of women.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein ousted from Weinstein Co. amid reports of sexual harassment
Weinstein had previously taken an indefinite leave of absence following the revelation of at least allegations of sexual harassment uncovered in an expose Thursday by The New York Times.
The board on Friday endorsed that decision and announced an …
Weinstein Loses Adviser Lisa Bloom Amid Harassment Allegations
Accusations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood entertainment mogul, cost him a close adviser on Saturday and may have lost his company a high-profile series of books.
Lisa Bloom, the prominent women’s rights attorney, …