Listing Of People Accused Of Sexual Misconduct
Sexual Assault is no joke and should not be used as a weapon.
There is a growing fear that the rash of sexual assault allegations are the result of political ambitions of both political parties. It is being said that politics has Nuclear Weaponized Sexual Assault. There may be some truth to that allegation.
Below is a listing of men and women currently accused of serious sexual misconduct. At this point, most have not formally been charged with any crime but the various sources this list is derived from are credible in their reporting.
Although most have not been charged with any crime, some have admitted to the allegations against them, some have apologized, some have resigned from their powerful positions and some claim to be getting treatment for sexual addiction.
The accusations range from groping and fondling to full on rape.
This is intended to be an exhaustive listing but in no way can it be complete. Its a list that will be updated daily as warranted. Please note that a plethora of lesser known (mostly local and state politicians) people have been accused and some have either been fired from or resigned from their prominent local jobs or companies.
Harvey Weinstien, Producer/Studio Executive – October 5, 2017 via New York Times
Andy Signore, TV Movie Creator – October 8 via April Dawn’s Twitter
Ben Affleck, Actor/Producer – October 10 via Hilarie Burton’s Twitter
Oliver Stone, Movie Director/Producer – October 12 via Carrie Stevens Twitter
Roy Price, Studio Executive – October 12 via The Hollywood Reporter
Bob Weinstein, Studio Executive – October 17 via Variety
Chris Savino, TV Show Creator – October 19 via The Hollywood Reporter
Lockhart Steele, Editor/CEO – October 20 via Varitey
Twiggy Ramirez, Musician – October 20 Jessicka Addams Facebook
Robert Scoble, Tech Executive/Blogger – October 20 via Business Insider
John Besh, Celebrity Chef/Restaurant Owner – October 21 via The Times-Picayune
James Toback, Director/Screen Writer – October 22 via The Los Angeles Times.
Ethan Kath, Musician – October 24 via Alice Glass’s website
George H.W. Bush, Former President – October 24 via a now-deleted Instagram of Heather Lind
Mark Halperin, Journalist/MSNBC – October 26 via CNN.
Leon Wieseltier, Editor/Critic – October 27 via
Kevin Spacey, Actor/Director/Producer – October 29 via BuzzFeed News
Jeremy Piven, Actor – October 30 via Ariane Bellamar Twitter In her tweets
Andy Dick, Actor – October 31 via The Hollywood Reporter
Michael Oreskes, Editor/NPR – October 31 via The Washington Post
Brett Ratner, Movie Director – November 1 via The Los Angeles Times
Dustin Hoffman, Actor – November 1 via The Hollywood Reporter
David Guillod, Movie Producer – November 2 via The Wrap
Jon Grissom, Actor – November 2 via The Dr. Oz Show.
John Singleton, Movie Director – November 6 via Danielle Young’s essay for The Root.
Ed Westwick, Actor – November 6 via Kristina Cohen’s Facebook post
Steven Seagal, Actor/PT Police Officer – November 8 via Portia de Rossi’s Twitter.
Mariah Carey, Singer/Actress – November 8 via TMZ
Jeffrey Tambor, Actor – November 8 via Deadline
Louis C.K., Comedian/Actor – November 9 via The New York Times.
Roy Moore, Judge/Politician – November 9 via The Washington Post.
Matthew Weiner, Writer – November 9 via The Information
Andrew Kreisberg, TV Producer – November 10 via Variety.
Gary Goddard, Producer/Writer/CEO – November 10 via Anthony Edwards’s Medium post
Eddie Berganza, Editor – November 10 via BuzzFeed News.
George Takei, Actor/Gay Activist – November 10 via The Hollywood Reporter
Benny Medina, Talent Manager – November 10 via The Advocate
Mark Schwahn, Producer/Writer – November 13 via a letter from the One Tree Hill cast in Variety.
Alphy Hoffman, Club Owner – November 13 via The Dr. Oz Show
Tom Sizemore, Actor – November 13 via The Hollywood Reporter
Adam Venit, Talent Agent – November 15 via Good Morning America
Danny Masterson, Actor – As early as 2004, when an initial police report was filed, according to Huffington Post. However, first named accuser came forward to The Daily Beaston November 16, 2017
Ron Jeremy, Porn Star/Producer – November 16 via Page Six
Al Franken, Comedian/Politician – November 16 via KABC.
Russell Simons, Music Producer/Record Label Owner – November 19 via The Los Angeles Times.
Glenn Thrush, Journalist – November 20 via Vox
Murray Miller, Screenwriter – November 20 via The Wrap
Charlie Rose, TV News Anchor/Talk Show Host – November 20 via The Washington Post.
John Lasseter, Movie Studio Executive/Movie Director – November 21 via The Hollywood Reporter
Nick Carter, Singer/Songwriter/Boy Band – November via MashableUK
You left off Bill Cosby