The Latest: Film academy to discuss Weinstein allegations

The Latest: Film academy to discuss Weinstein allegations

The two have been married since 2007 and have two children. O'connor had written in her report: 'There is a toxic environment for women at this company'.

Weinstein previously maintained his wife was standing by him, telling the New York Post that they had talked about the allegations "at length". "One year ago, I began organizing a $5 million foundation to give scholarships to women directors at USC".

Fashion designer Georgina Chapman has announced she is leaving husband Harvey Weinstein after a series of reports detailed decades of alleged sexual assault and misconduct from the Hollywood producer.

Weinstein has been fired by the Weinstein Company boar but has denied the allegations of non-consensual sex. But Harvey Weinstein is not the only perpetrator.Hollywood is not the only business where this happens, and to the casualties of this behaviour- you are not alone.

"And we all need to build a culture - including by empowering our girls and teaching our boys decency and respect - so we can make such behavior less prevalent in the future", the couple said.

Rose McGowan is the highest-profile of Weinstein's accusers, with it emerging she reportedly sued the movie producer for making advances on her during the production of the Weinstein-produced 1996 teen slasher film Scream. It's that he's an alleged serial rapist. "What I simply asked for was a job, and what came with it was sexual harassment". It was a very off and uncomfortable call...

The Obama's developed a relationship close enough to Weinstein that daughter Malia - now a Harvard freshman - interned for his movie company in New York earlier this year. Allegations include rape, harassment and assault.

"She stands 100 percent behind me", Weinstein said on Thursday.

Lohan has been sharply criticized on social media over the video.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday declined to explain President Donald Trump's cryptic comment on Saturday, when he told reporters, "I've known Harvey Weinstein for a long time". The comments were later deleted from the account.

During the 2012 Obama re-election campaign, Weinstein donated $61,600; it's not clear how much he helped raise.

Gretchen Mol is setting the record straight!