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.
The then-anchor's efforts to get Kate Middleton's sister a job allegedly made NBC staffers "nervous," a new report claims.
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.
The "Entourage" alum, who was accused of sexual misconduct by eight women, says he was an “easy target” in the #MeToo movement. And playing womanizing Ari Gold didn't help.
The news follows a New York Times report in which seven women and more than a dozen associates accused the 44-year-old artist of sexual misconduct and/or emotional abuse.
The comedian Aziz Ansari has been testing new material ahead of a big spring tour, and a stop in New York City made him especially candid.
In the report, four men come forward for the first time and allege that Singer victimized them when they were teens in the late ’90s.
Michael Jackson's estate is blasting a new documentary — set to premiere at Sundance this month — focusing on sexual abuse claims they say are "dated" and have already been "discredited."
Dushku, who played a love interest of Weatherly’s character on the dramedy inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, filmed three episodes of the show and was supposed to appear in more.
While Silverman stated during the interview that what her "brother" C.K. did to his accusers "was wrong," she said, "It's all very black and white until it comes to your front door and the bad guy is someone you love."
The Television Critics Association rescinded Bill Cosby's Career Achievement Award Tuesday.
Louis C.K., Matt Lauer, and Aziz Ansari — three stars who have grappled with sexual misconduct scandals — reemerged within days of each other, perhaps with the hope of putting #MeToo allegations in the rearview mirror.
"I'm still completely in shock," said Paltrow, who was once known as the "first lady of Miramax."
Olivia Munn has no regrets about publicly taking on Brett Ratner. "Where is the line? If you don’t draw a line in the sand and say, ‘I’m not gonna work with these people,’ then it’s going to continue," she says.
The Marchesa co-designer tells Vogue that she was "so humiliated and so broken" when she heard of the allegations about her husband's sexual misconduct.
The gold medalist, who was among those abused by team doctor Larry Nassar, slammed suggestions that leotards are responsible for systemic abuse within gymnastics.