On Tuesday, Crews tweeted that a “high level Hollywood executive” grabbed his privates in front of his wife at an industry event last year, as well as showed support for the women who have come forward against Weinstein.
On the same day, Schneider made a video discussing how the industry is filled with a lot of people who perpetrate sexual misconduct, from executives to directors to agents. Schneider also shared his experience of how a now-deceased director invited him to a hotel room when he was a young actor and made unwanted sexual advances.
UPDATE: A spokesperson for Uber issued to following statement to BuzzFeed News:
Oct. 09, 2017, at 20:21 PM
“Wishing the trauma and violence of rape on anyone is nothing to joke about. Comments like these disrespect those affected by sexual assault and minimize the seriousness of societal issue that affects millions.”
“In light of the tragedy last week in Las Vegas, Ryan Murphy and the producers of American Horror Story: Cult have chosen to make substantial edits to the opening scene of tomorrow night’s episode (Tuesday, October 10, 10 PM ET/PT). This opening, which was filmed two months ago and which portrays an occurrence of gun violence that has sadly become all too common in our country, contains a sequence that some viewers might find traumatic. Only the edited version of the episode will air on the FX linear channel, while the unedited version of the episode will be available on the VOD platform of your cable, satellite or telco provider, as well as on the FX Networks non-linear platforms, FXNOW and FX+.”
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Lauryn Hill was the last person to accomplish this with her hit “Doo-Wop (That Thing)” back in 1998, which was nearly 19 years ago. That’s not bad company to keep, especially considering Hill is a legend in the game. Cardi B’s ascent to No. 1 also makes her the fifth female rapper to ever reach the zenith of the Hot 100.
It should be noted that the single did not debut at No. 1 like some Swifties and Lambs may have hoped. The song began its ascent at No. 77, but it received a huge boost from streams. In fact, Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” had a record-breaking 84.4 million streams in the United States — the highest of any song this year and the only woman to ever do so.
This list will continue to be updated.
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Do you believe Taylor Swift sampled a song from “Mean Girls”?
As you know, Jon and his “suicide squad,” which included The Hound, Tormund, Jorah, Beric, Thoros, and Gendry, all went beyond the wall to capture a White Walker to bring to Cersei as proof of the impending danger.
But while on their mission, the band of brave men found themselves surrounded by hundreds of wights from the army of the dead without any clear escape route.