Ashley Judd will reportedly be allowed to pursue her defamation lawsuit against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, a judge ruled on Wednesday - but her sexual harassment claim against the.. FOXNews.com
Ashley Judd Allowed to Sue Harvey Weinstein for Defamation A federal judge has thrown out part of a lawsuit Ashley Judd filed against Harvey Weinstein on Wednesday Judd can proceed with her defamation..
A lawsuit by actress Ashley Judd in which she accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of defaming her in 1998 after she refused what she said were sexual advances from him can proceed in federal.. Newsmax Also reported by •Deseret News •Seattle Times
Though part of her lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein was discarded, a judge kept alive Judd's defamation claim against the movie mogul, which alleges he falsely called her a "nightmare" to work with. Newsday Also reported by •Deseret News •Seattle Times
Terry Crews has accepted an apology from Adam Venit.
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On Friday, Crews posted the apology letter he received.. Mashable
Ronan Farrow -- whose Pulitzer Prize winning reportage on Harvey Weinstein helped make him one of the most prominent journalists on sexual misconduct in America -- has learned new details about a.. Mediaite
When Louise Godbold came forward with her story of sexual misconduct by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in October 2017, she had already been a veteran trauma specialist for nearly a decade.
But all.. The Wrap
Surprise, surprise — the adoption of over-the-top (OTT) video platforms is on the rise. More consumers are opting out of their cable contracts in favor of more affordable streaming options like.. The Wrap
Almost a year after explosive reports detailed alleged sexual misconduct by Hollywood powerhouse Harvey Weinstein, setting off a movement of confession, accountability and reckoning, TheWrap publishes.. The Wrap
A newly released video shows disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein behaving inappropriately during a business meeting with a woman who would later allege that he raped her that same day. [ more › ] Gothamist Also reported by •CBS News
Former Def Jam executive Drew Dixon fears that “there may be no bottom” as the music industry slowly comes to terms with long-term issues of sexual misconduct.
Dixon, who in December accused.. The Wrap
Zoe Brock, one of the first women to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct last October, is “f—ing” livid that the optimism she felt as the #MeToo movement first gained steam has given way.. The Wrap