Harvey Weinstein has had his CBE honor from Queen Elizabeth II quashed in disgrace over his "appalling" #MeToo rape conviction.
"She'll be 7 feet tall and stand in the park across from the New York County Criminal Courthouse, which is where Harvey Weinstein was tried," Marlene Bonnelly revealed on Twitter.
Several Trump supporters tagged the 2013 video on Twitter after the former first lady spoke out against the president on Monday night.
Lawyers disagree about whether the settlement marks a victory or a betrayal for survivors of his sexual misconduct.
The disgraced movie mogul and late "Sopranos" star crossed paths during a promotional run for a film distributed by the Weinstein Company.
"Artemis Fowl" is now on Disney+, nearly two decades after the rights were first bought to bring the Eoin Colfer book to screen.
The movie producer was sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault earlier this month.
Weinstein's 23-year sentence was the outcome advocates for sexual assault survivors were "hoping for," said Scott Berkowitz, the president of the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
A Manhattan jury convicted Weinstein on two felony sex charges, while acquitting him on a more serious rape charge and two counts of predatory sexual assault.
Harvey and Bob Weinstein would not spend any of their own money towards the civil settlement, Weinstein's accusers say.
A day after staff members walked out of their office in protest, Hachette Book Group has announced that it will not publish Allen's memoir, which was to be released in April.
If he had taken the stand during his trial, would his testimony have had an influence on the jury's final verdict?
RAINN saw a 23 percent increase in call volume in the days after Harvey Weinstein was found guilty.
More than 80 women came forward, and we still feared Harvey Weinstein would walk free. That's why we must keep saying #MeToo.
Video of former First Lady Michelle Obama praising convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein resurfaced on Twitter Monday in a post by the video editor for former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.
After providing testimony against the Hollywood movie producer, the name of actress Annabella Sciorra was trending on Twitter by users following the conviction of Harvey Weinstein.
"This case is unusual in many ways. It's come to stand in for the #MeToo movement, but I think that we ought to resist generalizing the verdict," a former prosecutor said.
Spreading blatant falsehoods in defense of Harvey Weinstein does a disservice to the millions of women and men who have been sexually assaulted in this country, as well as the millions more who love them.
Judges instruct jurors to avoid all media coverage and outside influences in making their decision. But in a high-profile case like Harvey Weinstein's, does anyone think that's realistically possible?
Old power was like a currency: few had it and you had to earn it. New power is like a current that you amplify when you become a part of it. Some of the first to understand this are MeToo activists—and Donald Trump.
Although Sciorra is not technically a complaining witness, her testimony is needed for Manhattan prosecutors to prove the charge of predatory sexual assault.
"It will be clear throughout this trial that the defendant knew he was praying on naïve and inexperienced [women]," prosecutors said.
Clinton spoke about Weinstein in an interview ahead of the premiere of "Hillary," a four-part Hulu docuseries, at the Sundance Film Festival.
As trauma mental health professionals, we know survivors of sexual assault do not always run far and fast from their abusers.
The #MeToo moment of the year has arrived, with Harvey Weinstein's trial finally starting.
Terry Gilliam branded the #MeToo movement a "witch hunt" and claimed Harvey Weinstein's alleged victims were "ambitious" adults who made choices.
The media has tainted the jury pool by spreading their pre-trial judgment across America and the world, says Weinstein's attorney.
Weinstein claimed his contributions to the film industry have been overshadowed by the allegations against him during an interview with Page Six, drawing criticism.
The actress, a major figure in the #MeToo movement, said she has been unemployed ever since she started "pushing truth" and "fighting the lies."
In an interview, the journalist claimed that his investigation into Harvey Weinstein caused his relationship with the former secretary of state to turn.