Hollywood (and Beyond) Harassment Roundup: February 16

Harvey Weinstein, Scott Baio, Paul Marciano, Larry Nassar, and Quick Takes

It just keeps going, and going...

Harvey Weinstein

Disgraced movie producer Weinstein's former drivers allege they were forced to keep condoms and erectile dysfunction injections handy at all times. Yes, there's a lawsuit. Yuck. 

Scott Baio

Conservative actor Baio is now being accused of sexual harassment by two actors, and this new allegation comes from a man. Actor Alexander Polinsky says the behavior occurred in the 1980s on the set of Baio's sitcom Charles in Charge

Paul Marciano

Supermodel Kate Upton has alleged inappropriate treatment by Guess Brand's Paul Marciano. Now she is being joined by fellow model Miranda Vee, who also alleges that she was raped by Mohammad Hadid (billionaire father of models Bella and Gigi). She has filed police reports against both. 

Larry Nassar

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman says she was threatened and ignored over abuse claims against Dr. Nassar. 

An illustrator has drawn 158 of Nassar's victims. 

Nassar is now in the same prison as Elisabeth Smart's kidnapper and a former New York City hitman. 

Quick Hits

Woody Allen's daughter, Dylan, is not happy

As part of a #MeToo backlash, Quentin Tarantino's new movie might be in trouble

Employers are worried about workplace emoji use being sexual harassment. 

With Shaun White's third gold medal Olympics in the news, some want to refresh the public's memory that he settled a sexual harassment suit some years ago. 

The Berlin Film Festival was asked to swap its red carpet for a black one in honor of #MeToo. Festival organizers declined.