R. Kelly is facing the wrath of Time's Up. The industry-wide initiative wrote an open letter calling for women and companies to boycott the singer after he's accused of keeping an underage girl as his sex pet, among other allegations.
Cate Blanchett spoke up about the Woody Allen allegations, saying social media is not judge and jury of these cases. The actress, who won an Oscar for Allen’s 'Blue Jasmine,' also reiterated her belief in the justice system.
In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, Jennifer Lopez shockingly revealed that she experienced sexual harassment. The actress did not name the person responsible, however, the incident occurred during the beginning stages of Lopez's career.
Emma Watson highlighted the Time's Up movement during the Oscars with a tattoo on her forearm. Even missing an apostrophe, the star's ink is a huge statement to support about the advocacy even in the middle of awards show glitz.
Amber Tamblyn is livid on Twitter after a man in a gray van almost hit her and her daughter, Marlow Alice. Fortunately, the mother and daughter duo is fine, the actress is quick to assure her followers.
Sabo calls out Hollywood in a trio of billboards that's inspired from Best Picture frontrunner 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.' The artist's signages deliver pointed messages to Hollywood in the wake of sexual harassment allegations in the industry.
USA Today conducted a survey that showed 94% of women in Hollywood have experienced some form of sexual abuse or harassment. The study also shows that only one in four women report their assaults to authorities.