Helen Mirren claims she experienced a very specific affront from men, with great regularity, in her 20s, but that she wouldn’t classify what she went through as “harassment in Hollywood” (but only because she wasn’t in Hollywood yet).
In two identically worded statements released Tuesday, the Beverly Hills Police Department announced they are currently investigating producer Harvey Weinstein and director James Toback after receiving “multiple complaints” about both men. They added that “no further information will be released at this time.”
Director James Toback has been accused of sexual harassment by over 300 women in the past week. Among his accusers are actors Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams (both of whom had interactions with Toback while he was casting his 2001 film Harvard Man), who spoke publicly about it to Vanity Fair after Glenn Whipp reported…
On Sunday, Los Angeles Times reporter Glenn Whipp published a story outlining the alleged predatory behavior of director James Toback, who supposedly lured 38 women with promises of career connections, then assaulted them. Since then, Whipp says he’s been contacted by an additional 193 women alleging similar behavior
Harvey Weinstein may be a kingmaker, but semi-famous men also whip their dicks out under the auspices of professional opportunities. In other words, another wave of sexual assault stories have come out against “you-wanna-be-a-star?” guys, from the A to the D-lists.