After Weinstein: The Fallout for
34 Men Accused of Sexual
Misconduct, From Lewd Texts to Rape
By SARAH ALMUKHTAR, LARRY BUCHANAN and MICHAEL GOLD UPDATED NOV. 21, 2017

At the beginning of October, multiple women came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, of sexual misconduct. Since then, high-profile men in a variety of industries have resigned, been fired or experienced other fallout after accusations that have ranged from inappropriate text messages to rape.

Here is a list of such cases, which we will update periodically. The list does not include accusations against men for whom there has been no or minimal fallout.

Nov. 21

John Lasseter
Head of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including grabbing, unwanted kissing and making comments about physical attributes. »
FALLOUT Stepping away for “a six-month sabbatical” after “missteps.” »
RESPONSE“I especially want to apologize to anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of an unwanted hug or any other gesture they felt crossed the line in any way, shape, or form.” »
Nov. 20

Charlie Rose
Television host

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of at least eight women, including groping and lewd phone calls. »
FALLOUT Fired by CBS. Bloomberg and PBS canceled distribution of his interview show, “Charlie Rose.” »
RESPONSE“I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.” »

Glenn Thrush
Reporter at The New York Times

ACCUSATION Sexually inappropriate behavior toward at least four women, including groping and unwanted kissing. »
FALLOUT Suspended pending an investigation by The New York Times. »
RESPONSE“I apologize to any woman who felt uncomfortable in my presence, and for any situation where I behaved inappropriately.” »
Nov. 16

Al Franken
U.S. senator

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of two women, including forcibly kissing and groping. »
FALLOUT Apologized to Leeann Tweeden, who wrote an article that included a photo of Mr. Franken groping her. Mr. Franken also called for a Senate ethics investigation into his actions. »
RESPONSE“There’s more I want to say, but the first and most important thing — and if it’s the only thing you care to hear, that’s fine — is: I’m sorry,” Mr. Franken said in a statement in which he did not fully confirm Ms. Tweeden’s account. »
Nov. 13

Steve Jurvetson
Co-founder of a venture capital firm and a board member of Tesla and SpaceX

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct. »
FALLOUT Resigned from his firm and is taking a leave of absence from the boards. »
RESPONSE“Let me be perfectly clear: No such allegations are true.” »
Nov. 10

Eddie Berganza
Editor at DC Comics

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including groping and forcibly kissing women. »
FALLOUT Fired. »
RESPONSEMr. Berganza did not immediately respond to a message on Facebook from The Times seeking comment. »

Andrew Kreisberg
Executive producer of “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash”

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of more than a dozen people. »
FALLOUT Suspended by Warner Bros. TV Group. »
RESPONSE“I have made comments on women’s appearances and clothes in my capacity as an executive producer, but they were not sexualized. Like many people, I have given someone a nonsexual hug or kiss on the cheek,“said Mr. Kreisberg, who denied the accusations. »
Nov. 9

Louis C.K.
Comedian and producer

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct with five women, including exposing himself and masturbating in front of them. »
FALLOUT FX and other media companies cut ties. Movie release and comedy special were canceled. »
RESPONSE“These stories are true. … I have been remorseful of my actions.” »

Roy Moore
Alabama judge and politician

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct with five teenagers. »
FALLOUT Republican National Committee withdrew financing. »
RESPONSE“These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and The Washington Post on this campaign.” »
Nov. 8

Benjamin Genocchio
Executive director of the Armory Show art fair

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including unwelcome touching of five women. »
FALLOUT Replaced. »
RESPONSE“To the extent my behavior was perceived as disrespectful, I deeply and sincerely apologize and will ensure it does not happen again.” »

Jeffrey Tambor
Actor

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of two women, including unwanted physical contact. »
FALLOUT Leaving his role on the Amazon series “Transparent.” »
RESPONSE“I’ve already made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being aggressive, but the idea that I would deliberately harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue.” »
Nov. 7

Ed Westwick
Actor

ACCUSATION Raping two women. »
FALLOUT Television shows postponed and the LAPD is investigating. »
RESPONSE“I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. I certainly have never committed rape.” »
Nov. 3

David Guillod
Co-chief executive of Primary Wave Entertainment agency

ACCUSATION Sexual assault of four women. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“Mr. Guillod denies any allegations of nonconsensual sex,” his lawyer told TheWrap. »
Nov. 1

Jeff Hoover
Kentucky speaker of the House

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment and inappropriate text messages. »
FALLOUT Resigned leadership position but remained in the Legislature as of Nov. 10. »
RESPONSE“I engaged in banter that was consensual but make no mistake it was wrong on my part to do that. And for that, I am truly sorry. … I want to reiterate that at no time, at no time did I engage in unwelcome or unwanted conduct of any kind.” »

Brett Ratner
Producer and director

ACCUSATION Rape, sexual assault and harassment of six women, including exposing himself and masturbating. »
FALLOUT Stepped away from activities related to Warner Bros. »
RESPONSE“We are confident that his name will be cleared once the current media frenzy dies down and people can objectively evaluate the nature of these claims,” read a statement from an attorney of Mr. Ratner, who is suing his rape accuser for libel. »
Oct. 31

Kirt Webster
Music publicist

ACCUSATION Sexual assault and harassment, including unwanted touching. »
FALLOUT Stepped away from his firm, Webster Public Relations. »
RESPONSE“Mr. Webster has had multiple relationships over the course of his professional life, all of which have been consensual,” a representative said in response to the first accusation. »

Andy Dick
Actor

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including groping. »
FALLOUT Fired from film. »
RESPONSE“I didn’t grope anybody. I might have kissed somebody on the cheek to say goodbye and then licked them. … I’m not trying to sexually harass people.” »

Michael Oreskes
Head of news at NPR and former New York Times editor

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of three women. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“I am deeply sorry to the people I hurt. My behavior was wrong and inexcusable, and I accept full responsibility.” »
Oct. 30

Hamilton Fish
President and publisher of The New Republic

ACCUSATION Complaints by female employees. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“Women have longstanding and profound concerns with respect to their treatment in the workplace. Many men have a lot to learn in this regard. I know I do, and I hope for and encourage that new direction.” »
Oct. 29

Kevin Spacey
Actor

ACCUSATION Sexual assault of multiple men and sexual misconduct with a minor. »
FALLOUT Suspended from “House of Cards” and cut from other projects. »
RESPONSE“Kevin Spacey is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment,” said his representative in a statement. »
Oct. 26

Ken Baker
E! News correspondent

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of two women, including unwanted kissing and inappropriate messages. »
FALLOUT Pulled from air while NBCUniversal investigates. »
RESPONSE“I am very disturbed by these anonymous allegations, which make my heart ache. I take them very seriously.” »

Mark Halperin
NBC News and MSNBC contributor, co-author of “Game Change”

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of at least five women. »
FALLOUT Dismissed from MSNBC and NBC News and had upcoming book and HBO adaptation canceled. »
RESPONSE“I am profoundly sorry for the pain and anguish I have caused by my past actions. I apologize sincerely to the women I mistreated.” »

Rick Najera
Director of CBS’s Diversity Showcase

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including inappropriate comments to performers. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“We are heartbroken and confounded by deliberate and cruel defamations,” said his family in a statement. »
Oct. 25

Knight Landesman
Publisher of Artforum

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of at least nine women, including groping. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“I fully recognize that I have tested certain boundaries, which I am working hard to correct.” »
Oct. 24

Leon Wieseltier
A former editor at The New Republic

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of several women, including inappropriate advances. »
FALLOUT Fired from Emerson Collective, which canceled publication of a magazine he was editing. »
RESPONSE“For my offenses against some of my colleagues in the past I offer a shaken apology and ask for their forgiveness.” »
Oct. 23

Terry Richardson
Fashion photographer

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of models. »
FALLOUT Banned from working with Condé Nast. »
RESPONSE“Many of his professional interactions with subjects were sexual and explicit in nature but all of the subjects of his work participated consensually,” a spokeswoman said. »
Oct. 22

James Toback
Director and writer

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment and misconduct toward women, including dry-humping or masturbating. After The Los Angeles Times published its investigation, hundreds of women reached out to describe their encounters. »
FALLOUT Dropped by agent. »
RESPONSEA profanity-laden denial to Rolling Stone; Toback, 72, denied the allegations to The Los Angeles Times, saying he had never met the women or, if he did, it “was for five minutes and have no recollection.” »
Oct. 21

John Besh
Chief executive of the Besh Restaurant Group

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment. »
FALLOUT Stepped down. »
RESPONSE“I alone am entirely responsible for my moral failings. This is not the way the head of a company like ours should have acted.” »
Oct. 19

Lockhart Steele
Editorial director of Vox Media

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of at least one person, including unwanted kissing. »
FALLOUT Fired. »
RESPONSEVox Media’s chief executive said Steele had admitted to “engaging in conduct that is inconsistent with our core values and will not be tolerated.” »

Robert Scoble
Tech blogger and co-founder of the Transformation Group

ACCUSATION Sexual assault of at least two women. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSE“Each of the women who have come forward used grains of truth to sell false narrative.” »
Oct. 17

Chris Savino
Creator and showrunner of “The Loud House”

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including unwanted sexual advances, of as many as 12 women. »
FALLOUT Fired. »
RESPONSE“I am deeply sorry and I am ashamed.” »
Oct. 12

Roy Price
Head of Amazon Studios

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of one woman. »
FALLOUT Resigned. »
RESPONSEMr. Price could not be reached for comment.
Oct. 6

Andy Signore
Senior vice president of content for Defy Media

ACCUSATION Sexual assault of one woman and harassment of several others. »
FALLOUT Fired. »
RESPONSE“Mr. Signore unequivocally denies allegations of sexual assault, harassment or retaliation of any kind,” his lawyer said in a statement. »
Oct. 5

Harvey Weinstein
Producer and co-founder of the Weinstein Company

ACCUSATION Raping three women. Sexual assault and harassment of dozens of others — including masturbating, exposing himself and unwelcome touching. »
FALLOUT Fired from his company and expelled from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. »
RESPONSE“I appreciate the way I’ve behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it.” He denied the accusations of nonconsensual sex. »
Note: The list includes only accusations of sexual misconduct that were made against men in the United States, that were made since The New York Times published its investigation into Harvey Weinstein on Oct. 5, and after which there has been public fallout, like a resignation or an inquiry. The dates in the table indicate when news broke of accusations against each man.

Additional work by Heather Casey.

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