A settlement has been reached in the sexual misconduct case against Oscar-Nominated actor James Franco. Sarah Tither-Kaplan and Toni Gaal filed the suit in 2019 but agreed to drop their claims against Franco last week after reaching a preliminary settlement agreement. Tither-Kaplan and Gaal were students of Franco’s Studio 4 acting school and alleged that the actor set out to “create a steady stream of young women to objectify and exploit” via his course on sex scenes.
The Harvey Weinstein jurors, in 26 “stressful” hours in the jury room, focused on the question of consent in the sexual encounters central to the case.
Harvey Weinstein, the once-powerful Hollywood mogul, was found guilty of rape in the third degree Monday
The ABC has apologised for a blunder which saw the names and faces of abuse victims identified in a preview for an upcoming documentary about the Me Too movement without their consent.