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The release of the explosive docuseries 'Surviving R. Kelly' has renewed focus on the R&B luminary's checkered history, and triggered discussion about music's protection of its stars
Weinstein is switching to lawyers who recently represented one of his most high-profile accusers
After suffering in silence for years, a female junior colleague went public and accused Ahn Tae-geun of groping her
French lingerie companies try to find ways to sell sexy underwear in the wake of the #MeToo movement
Croatian MP Ivana Nincevic-Lesandric's emotional account of an agonizing treatment she received after a miscarriage leads other women to speak up, too
The next hearing is set for March 2019
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A radio station in the state of Ohio was first to announce it was pulling the song from its playlist last weekend after receiving complaints
Weinstein denied the accusation through his lawyer Ben Brafman, who told industry magazine Variety the claim was 'preposterous'
Weinstein, an international pariah after being accused by more than 80 women of sexual misconduct, is still charged with rape in March 2013 and a forced act of oral sex in 2006
Here is a look at how 5 countries in Europe are affected by the #MeToo movement
The Hollywood producer has faced many accusations of sexual assault from women who have come out to share their stories
Sexual assault survivors – women and men alike – tweet their messages of solidarity for Christine Blasey Ford using the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport
The actor has seen allegations against him pile up on the heels of the #MeToo movement
Harvey Weinstein's lawyer discloses emails from his alleged rape victim, in which she said 'I love you'
CBS announces that it had launched an investigation into the 'recently reported' alleged misconduct
'It is a good thing they are exposing them,' he says
Nearly 100 women have now accused Weinstein of crimes ranging from sexual harassment to assault and rape going back decades
(UPDATED) The former mogul – once the toast of Hollywood and whose films won scores of Oscars – is expected to appear before a Manhattan court later in the day, where he is expected to plead not guilty
The 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' actress says she supports US actress Frances McDormand's rousing Oscars call for clauses imposing quotas for diversity in film casts and crews
'Time's up. You had a good run but it is time now to be generous with the actresses,' Salma says to the men
It was an abrupt fall from power for Eric Schneiderman, the New York attorney general and a Donald Trump opponent whose office had launched multiple legal challenges against the Republican administration
The complaint accuses Weinstein of ruining Judd's chance to be cast in the Lord of the Rings trilogy
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(UPDATED) Bill Cosby sat emotionless in the packed courtroom in Norristown as the verdict was read out to stifled sobs in the gallery. Cosby's attorney vows to appeal.
The frail 80-year-old Cosby could spend the rest of his life behind bars if convicted of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand
To many people who still think that forgiveness is the only way I can move on and retrieve the part of myself that my molester took from me, I say be quiet and listen
The 66-year-old actor is suing Sydney's 'Daily Telegraph' on allegations he engaged in inappropriate behavior while working at the Sydney Theatre Company
The comedian returns to trial, to face the sexual assault case filed by former university employee Andrea Constand
'There were no women in television during my era. So they didn't really think that we could hold an audience,' says the actress
In patriarchal Japan, where a culture of silence persists when it comes to sexual assault and harassment, raising the alarm comes at a price
Yes, we have made steps in the right direction, but there's still a lot to be done when it comes to women's rights
'You have to be prepared to persevere over a very long period of time,' says former New Zealand prime minister and UNDP administrator Helen Clark
(UPDATED) The Academy immediately opens an investigation after receiving 3 harassment claims against Bailey on Wednesday, March 14
Stars like Marion Cotillard and Penelope Cruz join the campaign by pinning white ribbons to their dresses
The ceremony caps a difficult few months during which the industry has declared war on the pervasive culture of sexual misconduct after the downfall of movie producer Harvey Weinstein
'I express my respect to the courage of the victims who spoke out about the abuses they suffered, and I actively support the #MeToo movement,' Moon says in a meeting with aides
The Romanian docudrama 'Touch Me Not' win the Golden Bear award
Stars arrive at British Academy of Film and Television Awards 2018 wearing black to show support for the #MeToo and Time's Up campaign
Thurman tells The New York Times of two incidents in London that took place after the release of 1994's Oscar-winning 'Pulp Fiction'
The artist delivers an emotional performance of the song, which hints at her alleged sexual abuse at the hands of producer Dr. Luke
The #TimesUp movement took over the Grammys red carpet with the symbolic flower
'Men like Harvey Weinstein need prison but men like the sexual bully who only thinks of his own gratification, the sexual klutz and all those in between need re-education.'
The actor was responding to the snowballing series of claims against powerful men
About 100 French women signed an open letter against the movement started by women in the wake of the Hollywood sexual abuse scandal
'I want all the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the horizon,' she says
Male celebrities such as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, who will wear black during the awards night have raised eyebrows and prompted ridicule
'The question remains: is it enough to say sorry, now that the physical and psychological damage has been done?'