Tchiya Amet Neil DeGrasse Tyson

A former student is accusing famed astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson of raping her when they both attended the University of Texas in Austin.

Tchiya Amet, a self-described “musician, healer, and teacher” was studying Galactic Astronomy in the graduate program when she met Tyson. She said she hoped to become the first black female astronaut.

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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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Lisa Bloom
 

“The fact that Lisa Bloom has defended Weinstein and calling some of the women liars confirms what we’ve always suspected about her…”

 

Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom is reeling from public backlash after a New York Times report suggested she planned to defend serial predator Harvey Weinstein by discrediting his victims.

Bloom hurriedly dropped the movie mogul as her client on Sunday, after the New York Times detailed her plans to discredit Weinstein’s accusers.

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Harvey Weinstein Jay-Z
 

“If you could write this letter backing me… it would help me a lot…

With all due respect, I need the letter today”

 

Embattled film producer Harvey Weinstein reached out in quiet desperation to A-list stars and Hollywood execs begging them to save his job.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Weinstein, who was fired from his own company on Sunday, sent a flurry of emails to top Hollywood execs and studio heads, saying, “I am desperate for your help.”

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Serial predator Harvey Weinstein has been terminated from the independent film company he co-founded in New York City.

The Weinstein Company’s all-male board of directors terminated the powerful movie mogul amid allegations of sexual harassment. The film studio’s board of directors announced the termination in a statement on Sunday.

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