About 32 women, film-industry personnel, and actresses included have come forward, accusing former Miramax studio head Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.
Since The New York Times released their findings on Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct, more and more women have found the courage to speak out about being raped by the studio head.
From Rose McGowan, who has long-since hinted about a prominent figure in the film industry who sexually harasses young women, to Cara Delevingne, Kate Beckinsale, and Angelina Jolie, listed below are the women who have told their stories of sexual abuse.
Most of Weinstein's victims claim to have been harassed when they were young. He allegedly forced these women to perform sex acts or watch him do so.
Ashley Judd is one of the first famous celebrities to come forward about being abused. It was in 2015 that she told Variety the story about a man who, decades ago, invited her to meet up seemingly for business. Instead, she was asked to proceed to the Oscar-winning producer's personal quarters, where Weinstein, wearing only a bathrobe, asked her to perform sexual acts.
When Judd told her story years ago, she did not name Weinstein, as did McGowan, when she first spoke out about being raped by a prominent figure in the industry.
A 17-year-old Kate Beckinsale went through the same thing Judd did, as did a 22-year-old Gwyneth Paltrow.
Paltrow told her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt about Weinstein's sexual advances, and he confronted the producer. He lashed out at Paltrow for doing so.
Pitt's ex-wife Angelina Jolie was also a recipient of the undesired advances. It happened in the '90s and since then she has avoided working with Weinstein.
It seems like Weinstein has the same tactics for luring his victims in. Cara Delevingne was also invited once to his private room. Seeing another woman in the room, she felt complacent but when they were asked to kiss, she bolted out of there. But before she was able to, Weinstein attempted to kiss her on the lips.
Apart from the aforementioned, Louis Godbold, Louisette Geiss, Emily Nestor, Laura Madden, Lauren Sivan, Katherine Kendall, Judith Godreche, Dawn Dunning, Asia Argento, Lucia Evans, Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, Emma de Caunes, Jessica Barth, Rosanna Arquette, Cara Delevigne, Lea Seydoux, Heather Graham, Tomi-Ann Roberts, Zelda Perkins, Mira Sorvino, Romola Garai, Sarah Ann Masse, Liza Campbell, and Zoe Brock have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment.