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Hollywood sex scandal: See growing list of who’s accused of harassment, assault
More stories of “Me Too” are emerging in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal as some of Hollywood’s biggest names are being accused of sexual harassment and assault. The growing list of allegations include stories about actor Kevin Spacey, director Brett Ratner, Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman and former “Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick.
Many have denied accusations of sexual misconduct, but fallout has prompted many studios and networks to sever ties with those accused. In some cases, law enforcement agencies have opened up investigations, including against Weinstein and filmmaker James Toback.
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Two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey has been fired from “House of Cards” after being accused of making sexual advances towards fellow actor Anthony Rapp when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26. Spacey, 58, said he didn’t recall the Rapp incident, but said he may have been drunk in a statement where he also announced he was publicly coming out as gay. Several other men have also come forward with accusations against Spacey, including former “House of Cards” crew members, filmmaker Tony Montana, actor Rob Cavazos and Richard Dreyfuss’ son Harry Dreyfuss. On Oct. 31, Netflix announced it would shut down production on “House of Cards.” Spacey has since entered a treatment facility.
“Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick has been accused of raping “Ladies Like Us” actress Kristina Cohen. The 27-year-old actress wrote on Facebook Monday, Nov. 6, that the 30-year-old British actor held her down and sexually assaulted her at his home three years ago. “I was woken up abruptly by Ed on top of me, his fingers entering my body. I told him to stop, but he was strong. I fought him off as hard as I could but he grabbed my face in his hands, shaking me, telling me he wanted to f— me,” she wrote. Westwick, also known for roles in “Children of Men,” “Romeo & Juliet” and “J. Edgar,” has denied knowing Cohen and said “I have never committed rape.”
Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman was accused of sexual harassment by Anna Graham Hunter when she was a 17-year-old intern on the set of the 1985 TV movie “Death of a Salesman.” Hoffman apologized in a statement on Nov. 1: “I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation… It is not reflective of who I am.” Hoffman, 80, has since been accused of making unwanted advances on “Genius” producer Wendy Riss Gatsiounis when she was a playwright in her 20s.
Ben Affleck was accused of groping MTV host Hilarie Burton during a 2003 appearance on “Total Request Live,” when he was 31 and she was 21. The “Justice League” actor, now 45, apologized on Twitter: “I acted inappropriately toward Ms. Burton and I sincerely apologize.” Affleck has also condemned film producer Harvey Weinstein and vowed to donate all residuals from films produced by Weinstein, Miramax and The Weinstein Co.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker James Toback is accused of sexually harassing or assaulting more than 300 women, including actresses Julianne Moore, Rachel McAdams and Selma Blair, over decades. Law enforcement agencies in New York and California say they’ve both launched investigations into the 72-year-old writer-director, whose credits include “Two Girls and A Guy” and “Seduced and Abandoned.”
Former “NewsRadio” star Andy Dick was fired from the upcoming indie film “Raising Buchanan” after being accused of “groping people’s genitals, unwanted kissing/licking and sexual propositions of at least four members of the production.” The 51-year-old actor-comedian said Oct. 30 that he didn’t grope anyone, but admitted licking and propositioning people. USA Today reports Dick, also known for roles in “Road Trip,” “Sharknado 2” and his own “The Andy Dick Show,” was let go from another film in October due to similar behavior.
“Rush Hour” producer-director Brett Ratner was accused of sexually harassing or assaulting six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, in a Nov. 1 report from the Los Angeles Times. Ratner, whose credits include “X-Men: The Last Stand,” “The Revenant,” “Prison Break,” and Spacey’s “21,” has denied all allegations and sued a seventh woman, Melanie Kohler, who claimed Ratner raped her when she was drunk 12 years ago. Warner Bros. has cut ties with Ratner, who also been dropped from an upcoming Playboy biopic he was set to direct about magazine founder Hugh Hefner.
The Wrap reports actress Jessica Barth has accused “Atomic Blonde” producer David Guillod of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2012 when he was working as her manager. Barth said she reported the incident to the LAPD after it happened, but Guillod threatened her with a lawsuit if she pressed charges. An attorney for Guillod says the charges were fully investigated at the time but he has since taken a leave of absence from his company, Primary Wave Entertainment.
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CBS says it’s investigating a sexual harassment allegation against Jeremy Piven, who currently stars in the TV series “The Wisdom of the Crowd.” Actress and reality star Ariane Bellamar accused the former “Entourage” star of groping her breasts and bottom on two occasions. “I unequivocally deny the appalling allegations being peddled about me,” Piven, 52, said.
“The Loud House” creator Chris Savino was fired from Nickelodeon after a dozen women accused him of sexual harassment. The 46-year-old animator said he is “deeply sorry” that his words and actions “created an uncomfortable environment,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. “The Loud House” is Nick’s second-most popular series among viewers ages 2-11, behind only “SpongeBob SquarePants,” and is set for a third season in 2018.
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E! News reports Julianna Margulies has accused Steven Seagal of making her uncomfortable in a hotel room meeting, showing her a gun and propositioning her for a “massage.” The actress, who was 23 at the time, says she was never raped or harmed, but had to “squirm my way out.”
Roy Price, the head of Amazon’s video division, was suspended by the company in October after Isa Hackett, producer of the Amazon series “The Man in the High Castle,” accused hm of unwanted sexual remarks that were “shocking and surreal,” repeatedly propositioning her. Price quit five days later.
The Root writer Danielle Young has accused Oscar-nominated director John Singleton of grabbing her by the waist and saying “Bring that juiciness over here” during an interview. Young says the 49-year-old “Boyz N The Hood” filmmaker kissed her on the cheek, and she took a selfie with him because she didn’t want to “make it awkward.” Singleton has not responded to the allegations.
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Mark Halperin, a political analyst who co-wrote “Game Change” about the 2008 election and appeared in the 2012 TV movie starring Julianne Moore, has been accused of sexually harassing or assaulting at least a dozen women, including during his time as political director at ABC News. Halperin, who served as an analyst for NBC News and MSNBC, issued two apologies for “inappropriate” behavior. Both networks have severed all ties.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexually harassing or assaulting more than 75 women over decades, including when he was a concert promoter in Buffalo. Allegations by Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan and other big-name actresses led the 65-year-old Hollywood titan to be ousted from The Weinstein Co. and removed from upcoming projects. The case also inspired more women and men to come forward with their own stories of sexual misconduct, using the hashtag #MeToo. Weinstein admitted “mistakes” in October and checked into a treatment center for behavioral issues including sex addiction.
Harvey’s brother Bob Weinstein has been accused of harassing TV producer and “The Mist” showrunner Amanda Segel. Spike TV said in October it’s investigating the allegations that Weinstein, 63, propositioned her several times during a three-month period in the summer of 2016.
Others that have been accused of sexual harassment in the wake of the Weinstein scandal include former President George H.W. Bush, celebrity chef John Besh, NPR editor Michael Oreskes, Vox Media editorial director Lockhart Steele and former Marilyn Manson bassist Twiggy Ramirez.
Past allegations have also been made about comedian Bill Cosby, photographer Terry Richardson, director Roman Polanski, actor Casey Affleck, filmmaker Mel Gibson, “That ’70s Show” star Danny Masterson, and former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.
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