Yesterday, actress Amber Tamblyn published a New York Times op-ed stemming from her Twitter feud with actor/broflake James Woods. Recap: James Woods said Tamblyn’s friend Armie Hammer’s upcoming movie about a gay relationship between a 17-year-old and a 24-year-old “chip[s] away at the last barriers of decency”;…
I know you didn’t need another reason to hate holograms of dead celebrities (particularly one this upsetting) but TMZ reports Thursday that Alki David, creator of those Tupac and Michael Jackson holograms whose “performances” made major headlines over the past few years, is being sued by a former employee named Grant…
Bill O’Reilly was finally ousted from Fox News in April, due to the many sexual harassment allegations circling over his bloated, animatronic carcass. He’s had some time to reflect on what happened, and it sounds like he saw it coming.
Louis C.K. is currently promoting his new film I Love You, Daddy, which tells the story of a powerful man whom a lot of people suspect is a sexual predator. Why would C.K. of all people make such a film? Who knows?
Eric Bolling, Fox News television personality and man accused of sexting an unsolicited photo of a penis to at least three women collegues, has parted ways with his employer.
Don’t tweet about wanting to “fuck a tiger”—specifically, Tony—unless you want your account to be suspended. This is a severe issue for Twitter.
Tig Notaro’s show One Mississippi is gearing up for a second season release in September, which means she’s talking about her creative work and the shadow one man casts over it.
The singer of the UK band The Architects called out a fan in the crowd during a show last week after he saw him grab a woman’s breast while she crowd surfed.
On Monday, 21st Century Fox reported that it had spent $50 million in costs related to the settlement of copious sexual harassment and discrimination allegations leveled against current and former employees between June of 2016 and this past June
Listen, we’ve all been there. You’re at a bar, just trying to enjoy a drink alone, and some sleazy guy in a “TRUCK YOU” shirt comes up and starts saying lewd things to you. What do you do?
Now that 21st Century Fox has spent so many tens of millions placating the thin-skinned, groping and propositioning men who damaged its reputation and drove away plenty of its talent (if you want to call it that), it’s time for them to settle with the victims of that alleged abuse.
Tech investor and CEO of branding and marketing agency Fenox Venture Capital, Anis Uzzaman, filed a complaint this week alleging that the male CEO of a rival company anonymously published a blog in which he posed as a woman accusing Uzzmaman of sexual harassment, The Guardian reports.
Fox News has been hit with another lawsuit stemming from a series of sexual harassment scandals, but this time the lawsuit comes a former executive accused of sexual assault. Former Fox News Latino vice president Francisco Cortes, who filed the $48 million lawsuit against 20th Century Fox in New York federal court on…
Yet another sexual harassment complaint against a powerful employee of 21st Century Fox! The Fox Business Network confirmed in an announcement on Thursday night that the company has suspended network host Charles Payne while it looks into sexual harassment allegations brought against him.
Late last week, the New York Times published a long story about the issues with sexual harassment faced by women entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley when seeking investment from the men who hold the purse strings. Dave McClure, general partner of seed investment group 500 Startups, was one of the allegedly predatory men…
Top executive at Fox Sports, Jamie Horowitz, was fired on Monday, about a week after investigations were launched at the company regarding its seemingly endless parade of sexual harassment complaints. Fox Sports is based in Los Angeles, so the virulent allegations plaguing the network are now bi-coastal.
The beleaugured cable network Fox News is now the subject of an investigation by the New York State Division of Human Rights regarding the numerous and very public sexual harassment complaints that have been plaguing the company for well over a year.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will take a leave of absence from the company he founded and the company will make changes to its culture, following a highly-anticipated investigation into sexual harassment and toxic workplace culture at the ride-hailing startup.
Two New Jersey state troopers are separately under investigation for pulling over female drivers to pressure them for phone numbers and dates. Both men purportedly eschewed suspicion by turning off their recording devices and by blatantly lying to dispatchers.
In February, AJ Vandermeyden came forward with allegations of sexual harassment and pay discrimination at Tesla, where she was one of few women engineers. Tesla claimed at the time that they hired an independent investigator who determined Vandermeyden’s assertions were baseless. She’s since been fired.