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Weinstein and Hollywood's dance of the fools

Attorney Gloria Allred left and client Louisette Geiss speak during a news conference at Allred's office on Tuesday Attorney Gloria Allred left and client Louisette Geiss speak during a news conference at Allred's office on Tuesday
Federico Mansilla | Octubre 12, 2017, 04:13

Geiss, who told her story alongside attorney Gloria Allred on Tuesday, said Weinstein excused himself to go to the restroom, then returned only wearing a robe.

But she also said she was "sorry". "All of a sudden, there was a skirmish breaking out".

"I just wouldn't do that".

"We've had a series of revelations about companies in Silicon Valley - you know, just sexual harassment and sexual assault being, you know, kind of accepted".

Crew recounted the incident in 16 separate tweets, alleging that a Hollywood executive who isn't Weinstein once approached him and his wife, Rebecca King-Crews, at a public event and "groped [his] privates". MORE: Stars speak out against Harvey WeinsteinIn a recording obtained by The New Yorker and verified by ABC News, you can hear Italian model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez telling Weinstein, "Yesterday, you touched my breast".

Streep thanked her agent, Kevin Huvane, and one other.

Bannon was not immediately available to comment, according to a spokeswoman. I don't want her or my children to be hurt any more than they already have.

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"Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time Before she announced her split from Weinstein, rumours were swirling Chapman was struggling to save the brand from being tarnished by her husband's allegations. Georgina and I have talked about this at length", Weinstein told Page Six at the time.

But she also only took $5,000 from Weinstein in her last campaign, she's still got $1 million in the bank, and that amount of money is a pittance to the uber-wealthy Clintons. "It is permanent. And it really reaches in to your psyche".

Though she says she ultimately turned down a film and TV deal with Weinstein, Froelich does say that his company, Miramax, published a book she wrote in 2003. "I understand and empathize with those who have remained silent". "Everyone had some sort of consulting deal - he would just pass them out willy-nilly".

Damon said he did not know the detail of the allegations and has denied the accusation.

"It was not a joke, but people were making jokes about it", Froelich says.

"I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did", Jolie, 42, told the newspaper. "It's a bully tactic". It appears that both Obama and Clinton hoped to skate past a moment of outrage without alienating a formerly powerful Hollywood ally, which demonstrates just how beholden the entire party has become to the entertainment industry for their cash and star power. "I feel horrible for these women and it's wonderful they have this incredible courage and are standing up now".