Zelda Perkins was prevented from speaking out about her former boss's sexual offences—now she wants to ban NDAs.
McGowan has claimed Jennifer Siebel Newsom tried to convince her not to go public with allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein.
The actress made the allegations Thursday on "The Rubin Report," during which she also encouraged Californians to vote for Larry Elder.
Winfrey is yet to respond to the accusations made by McGowan about the talk show host's connections to Harvey Weinstein and Russell Simmons.
Following the sudden exit of Richards, some show fans want Biliak to similarly drop out for past comments she's made.
"The people are grasping to try to save something that is unsalvageable," Weinstein attorney Alan Jackson said. "They did it, they blew it, they can't fix it."
The former film producer pleaded not guilty last week to the charges he is facing in Los Angeles.
"Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes" on HBO Max brings to life Ronan Farrow's podcast of the same name. Directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato spoke to Newsweek about the six-part series.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of sexual assault in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday.
In his first court appearance on the West Coast, Weinstein pleaded not guilty to four counts of rape and seven counts of other sexual assault charges.
"The opportunity to hold Weinstein accountable for his actions in California gives voice to the survivors including my client, Jane Doe 4," said Elizabeth Fegan, a lawyer of one of Weinstein's accusers.
"Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes" is the new true-crime documentary series on HBO about the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse case.
"I wish I had talked to him. I wish I had sat him down and gone, 'Harvey you can't do this, you're gonna f*** up everything,'" Tarantino said.
The film producer donated thousands of dollars to politicians over the years, a handful of whom are expected to run for re-election next fall.
Harvey Weinstein is to be extradited to L.A. facing additional sex crime charges. The former movie producer appeared in court virtually on Tuesday as a judge cleared away a petition from his defense team opposing the extradition.
The prolific producer has been accused of overseeing an abusive workplace in a devastating exposé published this week.
In his arguments against the Democratic-led COVID-19 relief bill, Republican Sen. John Kennedy made an analogy referring to film mogul and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein.
A federal bankruptcy judge in Delaware approved the plan despite arguments that its terms are unfair to victims.
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.