Notable women in Christian leadership positions, such as Beth Moore and Kay Warren, have joined the chorus of thousands of people revealing their stories of sexual assault and harassment under the #MeToo hashtag.
Thousands of women are identifying themselves as victims of sexual harassment or assault following a call to action propelled by actress Alyssa Milano in the wake of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s downfall over of allegations of sexual misconduct spanning decades.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein said he is hoping for a second chance after several women came forward with accusations of sexual assault and harassment over the past three decades, ABC News reported Thursday. “Guys, I’m not doing OK but I’m trying. I got to get […]
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she was “shocked and appalled” by the revelations about disgraced movie titan Harvey Weinstein, while former President Barack Obama said he and his wife, Michelle, were “disgusted.”
Prosecutors said Tuesday that they didn’t have enough evidence to prove a model’s claim that movie producer Harvey Weinstein groped her in 2015. Even if they changed their minds now, it would legally be too late.
Forget a plus-one. Beyoncé arrived at the Weinstein Company’s pre-Oscars bash Saturday night with an entourage: her husband Jay Z, her two buns in the oven, and according to the LA Times, “half a dozen hulking bodyguards” in tow.