Malia Obama

Malia Obama expressed her disdain for President Donald Trump on her secret Facebook page. The 20-year-old concealed her true identify by using a pseudonym for the secret Facebook page. The page has not been updated since 2017, the Daily Mail UK reports

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Harvey Weinstein, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend

Pop singer John Legend clapped back at social media users who criticized him for appearing in Lifetime's much-hyped docu-series Surviving R. Kelly, which documents sexual misconduct allegations against the 51-year-old singer.

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Harvey Weinstein slapped

Harvey Weinstein was assaulted by a fellow diner at a Scottsdale, Arizona restaurant. Weinstein and a friend were leaving a restaurant when a man named "Steve" approached him and asked for a Selfie but was turned down, according to TMZ.

Weinstein fell from grace after dozens of women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment.

In video obtained by TMZ, as Weinstein walked away, Steve back-hand slapped him twice, saying "Get your a-- out of here. You're a f-cking piece of sh-t!"

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MC Lyte

Rap Legend MC Lyte angered social media snowflakes (those who are easily offended by the truth), when she posted an Instagram meme criticizing the #MeToo movement.

In her meme, Lyte, a lesbian who recently married a male, called out women who flirt and then complain about being harassed only when they don't like the alleged harasser.

Lyte, 47, implied that some women will flirt with men (and women) to get what they want, then complain of being harassed.

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Al Franken

Democrat Senator Al Franken has apologized for groping a California model as she slept during a USO tour in Afghanistan in 2006. Franken, 66, is the latest celebrity or high profile figure to be accused of sexual misconduct since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October.

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Katy Perry

Friends of pop singer Katy Perry are calling out Hollywood's double standards as it relates to sexual harassment. Dozens of women have stepped forward to expose male predators after the NY Times exposed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein as a serial predator.

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Harvey Weinstein's company contract allowed him to sexually harass women -- as long as he paid The Weinstein Company back for lawsuits or settlements.

According to a report obtained by gossip webloid TMZ.com, The Weinstein Co. (TWC) may have violated terms of his contract by firing him.

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