The Latest: Film academy to discuss Weinstein allegations

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and producer Harvey Weinstein attend the TIME 100 Gala TIME'S 100 Most Influential People In The World cocktail party at Jazz at Lincoln Center
Hillary Clinton condemns Harvey Weinstein, does not say whether she'll donate his contributions
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12 Octubre, 2017

Laura Madden is an ex-employee of Weinstein's and alleges he asked her to give him massages from 1991 and onwards.

The former President Obama said, "Michelle and I have been disgusted by the recent reports about Harvey Weinstein".

A message sent to Weinstein's spokeswoman was not immediately returned.

Delevingne said in her statement that Weinstein boasted during their meeting "about all the actresses he had slept with and how he had made their careers and spoke about other inappropriate things of a sexual nature".

Weinstein has been fired by the Weinstein Company boar but has denied the allegations of non-consensual sex. Dick Durbin D-Ill., said a $1,000 donation Weinstein sent to Durbin in December, 1995 - during Durbin's first Senate run - will be contributed to the American Red Cross. Weinstein personally shared in the best-picture Oscar for "Shakespeare in Love".

"You should be willing to accept your fate graciously, and not seek to deny or discredit those who your behaviour has affected", they added, to which Weinstein said "I agree". "I felt guilty as if I did something wrong", she said. She says she was afraid to speak out at the time of the incident because she feared she may have somehow been responsible and didn't want to hurt his family.

Weinstein previously maintained his wife was standing by him, telling the New York Post that they had talked about the allegations "at length".

According to the 44-year-old, it all started when a false blind item about her began circulating around the tabloids.

The Weinstein Co voted to fire Harvey on Sunday, three days after the damning Times report was published.

Rose has since tweeted her thanks to The New York Times for 'saving lives' by reporting the accusations against Harvey.

Chapman was in the middle of Marchesa's bridal fashion show when the Times report was being circulated. "You can make the case that he's the Paul Newman of American presidents".

Multiple women have accused Weinstein of wrongdoing.

Harvey Weinstein is speaking out.

Asked about the knowing Weinstein for a "long time" remark, Sanders said, "I think that statement speaks for itself".

That this could happen to an established, male and physically strong actor, proves that it could happen to anyone, and does.


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