Hollywood (and Beyond) Harassment Roundup: February 28

Harvey Weinstein, Ryan Seacrest, Jeff Franklin, Quick Takes

Ready for another round? Because the #MeToo hits just keep coming...

Ryan Seacrest

Radio personality, television host, and producer Ryan Seacrest is in hot water now. His former stylist Suzie Hardy says that she endured years of sexually inappropriate behavior by the star. Through an attorney, Seacrest has denied the allegations. 

Harvey Weinstein

Actress Rose McGowan wants cocaine charges against her dismissed, suggesting that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein may have been responsible for planting them. 

The Hollywood Reporter has a new piece out today dramatically titled, "Harvey Weinstein: The Making of a Monster." 

The Weinstein Company is going to be filing for bankruptcy

Jeff Franklin

Fuller House showrunner Jeff Franklin is out amidst allegations of inappropriate behavior, including being verbally abusive and making sexually inappropriate comments. 

Quick Takes

Feminist Camille Paglia slams #MeToo

​The Trump administration is investigating how Michigan State University (mis)handled accusations against U.S. Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

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