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In most cases, no. Past the statute of limitations.
Twentieth Century Fox has deleted a scene from "The Predator" featuring Steven Wilder Striegel, a registered sex offender and longtime friend of director Shane Black.Read more from latimes.com
"Les Moonves leaves CBS, $20 million to be donated to #MeToo movement https://t.co/o3R79pplAr"Read more from Twitter
Does he believe in it or is he using a get out of jail free card?
Neither, I don't think. It was part of CBS's "blood money" settlement with him. They must figure that by giving $20 million to #metoo causes, it will absolve them of responsibility for keeping him as head of CBS for so many years.
They bought their way out of it.
Wow... have you seen this one yet?
"Thank you, thank you, Linda Bloodworth Thomason. This article is sad but also funny and it breaks my heart that we didn't get more shows created by you, starring hilarious women. What she said: "I don't feel inspired anymore. I just feel angry." https://t.co/LBk5cQ9O9r"Read more from Twitter
It doesn’t surprise me. Networks used to have the ultimate power. Netflix showed them they didn’t. It’s all unraveling and television in the future will change forever.
"It's been a while since I tweeted this out, but when I was at ACLU I wrote up a guide to battening down the hatches before coming forward as a #metoo whistleblower and it seems to still be pretty relevant: https://t.co/xoLe9VQ83K"Read more from Twitter
Hollywood 2018: The WME talent agency now has an internal committee to review sexual misconduct claims made against clients to determine if the agency should stay in business with the client. https://t.co/DNH9SHt9Bw— Matthew Belloni (@THRMattBelloni) October 3, 2018