[Photo] Sexual Misconduct Accusations In Hollywood Summed Up In One Big Infographic

Submitted by: fancylad 2 months ago in Entertainment News & Politics
Not on this list: Yesterday's Charlie Rose, and whoever is named this afternoon. These numbers are stunning when you gather them up like this...









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Male 4,761
Male Celebrities in 2018
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Male 4,761
Where are all the athletes?  Seems are oddly absent from this list.
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Male 2,259
So much bullshit, so much money.
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Male 10,937
Just to throw this in here, but Jeremy Piven took a  polygraph and passed.
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Male 36
What about Donald Trump? Or was there not enough space to fit them all?

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Male 2,259
timeghost We already know trump is a proven liar.

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Male 5,643
How come Jon Grissom, the person Corey Feldman named, is not on the list?
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Male 1,765
markust123 was that announced on or after Oct 5th?  I think this list is limited to accusations in the last 20 month from The way it reads.
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Female 85
i think britney spears was also accused by her bodyguard(s) at some time in the past of sexual misconduct.  if i'm not mistaken, she was sued and settled out of court.
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Male 1,765
chickenfarts I don’t ever remember hearing about that.  Closeups of her today are frightening.
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Male 5,643
They should have created this with the most severe at the top. There are different levels. Plus there is one entertainer's name that is suspiciously missing whose allegations were brought up many times during this time frame. That would be Donald Trump with 13 allegations with collaborator's who have said the person talked to them after the misconduct and what they are saying now is what they told them then. Donald Trump would be the fifth worst offender on the list if you only go by allegations with collaborators. He would be third on the list if you go by just allegations.
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Male 5,643
And for the whatabout Bill Clinton crowd, this list is entertainers not politicians. On the political list Donald would still beat Bill by more than double. Although Bill's allegations are way worse so it's probably a draw.
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Male 1,765
markust123 a comprehensive list would be ginormous.
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Female 1,634
I feel bad for the guys who have one accuser because there's a greater chance it's untrue, and now they're getting called out.
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Now we just need one for politicians. They're just as guilty, if not more-so.

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Male 4,226
Damn...James Toback.  He has to look of a creep too

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Male 10,937
kalron27 He's a total nobody.
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Male 1,765
kalron27 all he needs is some gold chains and BAM! Instant strip club owner 
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Male 763
Wow the newspaper should maybe have a segment - is that the right word? segment? - for allegations of these kind but in an obituary format.
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Male 21,309
Crap, there are a lot of names here I've never seen. But the real question is, what will come of them with all of these allegations? Are these people going to be "banned" from Hollywood, or is it business as usual and we'll forget about all of this in a few weeks?

Not to confused two topics, but we're not even talking about the Vegas Massacre anymore -- except for yesterday's lawsuit (which has nothing to do with the shooter), we don't even talk about getting closer to solving or understanding that situation. 

There might be some blowback from these actors/producers/celebs with accusations of sexual misconduct, but with the way the news cycle moves these days, I see them all back to work -- if they've even been exiled by Hollywood -- by early next year.
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Male 15,655
fancylad right now, it's a bit of a scandal and occasional civil suits. Nothing like the scale of chaos caused by Operation Yewtree.

Celebs and powerful people have long "grabbed 'em by the pussy".  If it works enough times, celebs get to thinking people of whatever gender want them or want the opportunities they provide enough to want them or at least not complain if they try it on and get rebuffed. It becomes easy to forget not everyone wants it and the consequence of a mistake is a sexual assault or coercion.

I welcome the change in culture this scandal will have.

What worries me more than a celeb, politician, or jock who tries it on with every woman who smiles at him is those who drug victims, go after kids, or use threats or coercion in a pattern of getting sex from people they know are unwilling and then cover it up.
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Male 1,133
fancylad You don't think this whole episode erupted just as the FCC was ending the golden age of the internet?
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Male 41,403
You're fools to work with women. 
I work with an all male crew and we don't have this kind of problem.

I know a woman who won't hire women because they bitch and moan so much. Plus taking more time off than male employees.
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Male 739
Gerry1of1 It is just anecdotal, because I don't know of full studies on this, but I have had many women tell me (spouse included) that the work environment is hell if there aren't any men around.  This frequently occurs in certain sections of the medical field (nursing, phlebotomy, reception, coding, etc.).  Cattiness and gossip and pettiness abound, but then seem to disappear if a guy joins the crew.  I haven't really heard from guys complaints about working with just guys and most of my experiences in those situations have been fairly uneventful as well.  
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Male 42,560
faustsshadow There's an old saying from Saskatchewan's farms:
"It's good to have a rooster in the henhouse, or the hens will scratch each other's eyes out."

Meaning: the hens will all gang together and blame the rooster for everything :-) Without him? They'd in-fight to the death.
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Male 41,403
faustsshadow It seems we devolve into our more base selves in single gender situations. Guys do locker talk that they wouldn't do in from of women and from your account women turn in to cats.

No surprise really.
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Male 4,761
Gerry1of1 Kevin Spacey and Charlie Sheen are gonna disagree with you.
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