The disgraced movie mogul isn’t the only sexual predator who’s terrorized Tinseltown. It’s an age-old epidemic that goes back decades.
The A-List actor and producer knew that Weinstein was a predator, yet still made ‘Inglourious Basterds’ (2009) and ‘Killing Them Softly’ (2012) with the mogul.
The fall of Harvey Weinstein has been swift. In the last week, multiple reports have been published detailing decades of sexual harassment and assault, and more break every day.
George Clooney, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep and more stars respond to allegations of rape and sexual harassment against the once-most powerful man in Hollywood.
New bombshell investigations into Harvey Weinstein reveal not just rape, but the elaborate lengths those who worked for him went to aid and abet his predatory sexual misconduct.
In its latest issue, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop—previously famed for its editorial devotion to all things new age—heads deep into conspiracy theory territory.
Even NASA piled on to shoot down her Goop website’s claims about its oddball upper-arm stickers. But what if a patch-happy patient truly believes they’re effective?