This week, Confider checked on some of the media stars felled during #MeToo and learned that some of them have been trying to mount comebacks—with varying degrees of success.
Andrew Rannells on his Broadway #MeToo experiences, step-parenting, his relationship with Tuc Watkins, the joy of theater, anti-LGBTQ politics, Tonys—and closeted Hollywood actors.
The feature-length project would have examined the comedian, his downfall, and the broader #MeToo movement. It’s unclear if it will debut elsewhere.
“The Adderall Diaries” author Stephen Elliott went after columnist Moira Donegan for defamation after he showed up on the notorious Google spreadsheet.
A cross-country coach has been accused of sexually abusing high-school and college runners and forcibly injecting them with drugs for a “study” he claimed was backed by Nike.
Their stories aren’t part of the ongoing trial against the already-convicted rapist. But they’re watching—and they think he’s toast.
A day after breaking down on the stand as she recounted a nightmare assault and a deformed penis, Jennifer Siebel Newsom faced an ugly cross examination.