"I was just a boy from the Ozarks on the playground. That’s how we confronted things," the actor told CNN.
Donna Rotunno, who is defending the accused serial sexual abuser and disgraced movie mogul, claims Me Too has "stripped" Weinstein "of [his] rights."
The model-turned-actor said the disgraced Hollywood mogul told her she'd "never make it" in Hollywood as a gay woman.
Sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison has tackled Weinstein and Kevin Spacey -- and now she's going after the system.
In Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey's book, “She Said,” a 2016 memo allegedly sent by the attorney to the disgraced film executive viciously attacked Rose McGowan.
The now-disgraced movie mogul showed up early for a party at Paltrow's house, according to the book "She Said," by reporters who broke the Weinstein story.
Rowena Chiu, a former Miramax assistant, says the disgraced Hollywood mogul sexually assaulted her in 1998 in Venice, Italy.
The high-profile attorney came under fire again amid new details published about the forthcoming "She Said," written by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.
The disgraced former superproducer faces two new charges of predatory sexual assault.
A blooper in the 1999 film depicts the "casting couch," a practice allegedly used by predatory men in Hollywood, including Harvey Weinstein.
Actress and Time’s Up advocate Mira Sorvino opened up about her rape in a tearful plea to lawmakers to protect survivors of sexual misconduct.
The pop star still didn't rally behind the Time's Up movement, saying she would never "cheer for someone's demise."
The actress says she intends to bring her misconduct lawsuit against the disgraced Hollywood mogul to trial.
The Black Law Students Association defended Ronald Sullivan's decision and said the school’s response was characterized by “racist undertones.”
Ronald Sullivan says he can represent the former Hollywood mogul on sex abuse charges and oversee a residence full of students. Others disagree.
Two federal judges in New York ruled that sex trafficking laws can be used in lawsuits against the disgraced movie mogul.
“I was just making an observation, and people know what side I’m on," the "What Men Want" actress said.
The executive producer of "Surviving R. Kelly" was quick to point out the actress had completely missed the point.