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Harvey Weinstein spent time in a $58,000 sex rehab program in Arizona that made him wake up at 6:30 a.m. every day to meditate

Disgraced Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein is reportedly living in Arizona and traveling around the country seeking sex addiction treatment.
Doug Dennerline started his new role as CEO of BetterWorks on Wednesday.

7 months after a sexual harassment scandal, the human resources startup BetterWorks has a new CEO

Doug Dennerline, a former Cisco executive, addressed the BetterWorks staff at an all-hands on Wednesday.

After accusing her ‘One Tree Hill’ boss of sexual harassment, the showrunner for Lifetime’s ‘UnReal’ tells us how she cr...

Stacy Rukeyser runs 'UnReal' and accused her "One Tree Hill" boss of creating a toxic environment for women. With her show, she's established a safe environment

Mo’Nique and Whoopi Goldberg clashed on ‘The View’ during a conversation about boycotting Netflix and equal pay

On "The View" Thursday, comedian and actress Mo'Nique discussed her boycott of Netflix over equal pay.
Terry Crews attends Esquire's Annual Mavericks of Hollywood party in Los Angeles

Terry Crews opens up about his alleged sexual assault: ‘I still have to send a check to my molester’

Terry Crews said that he still has to send checks to the agency that employs the man who allegedly assualted him.
VC Lucio Lanza, Managing Director of Lanza Tech Ventures

A 29-year-old female tech founder is suing 73-year-old VC Lucio Lanza alleging he sexually assaulted her on a plane

The founder of a medical startup alleges that a Silicon Valley venture capital investor allegedly forced himself on her, and threatened her career on a red eye flight.
Former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter (left).

‘Where there is abuse, there is cover-up’: Rob Porter’s ex-wife slams Trump for supporting former aid after abuse allegations

Jennie Willoughby, Rob Porter's ex-wife, sharply criticized Trump's support for Porter in the face of what she calls "overwhelming evidence" of his abuse.
Jill Messick and Paramount's Brad Grey in 2007.

A powerful statement from the family of a Hollywood producer who committed suicide shows a different side of the #MeToo movement

In 1997, Jill Messick was actress Rose McGowan's manager, the same year McGowan alleges Harvey Weinstein raped her.

China’s #MeToo movement changes its slogan to ‘Rice Bunny’ to avoid strict censorship

The name change comes from the Chinese words for rice, mi, and bunny, tu.