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 Posted: Thu Oct 11th, 2018 09:03 pm
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dr_papufnik wrote: Norm went on the Howard Stern show to try to explain himself. That kills me. How does Stern get to be a platform in all this? Does nobody remember what his show was for 25 plus years? I seem to remember him berating women to take their tops off and whatnot. If they refused he kept on them. How about that time he lied to Carmen Electra about all the other female celebrities that had used that big vibrator or whatever it was he kept in his studio so she'd use it on the air? Pure Weinstenesque move there. Do any tapes exist of his show from the late 80s? I mean for everything he pulled over the years you'd expect him to have to fade off into obscurity or something. Yet he's the platform to have some sort of reasoned debate about this?Over the last decade the entire show has changed.  I don't listen too often myself anymore but it has basically become a show centered around the staff and all their nonsense and Howard doing celeb interviews.  
He did all those things you mentioned and more.  He says his show evolved because he got older and evolved himself.  
Instead of fading into obscurity, he is now worth more than $500m and is beloved by Hollywood.  He gave the toast at Jennifer Antison's wedding and hobnobs with all the A list stars.  A sell out imo. 

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I was walking by the tv in the break room today and Hoda was talking about pinching Drew Brees butt at the super bowl years ago saying it was ok because his wife said for her to do it. If that situation was reversed and a male spouse was telling another male to pinch his wife’s ass would it be inappropriate? Was this inappropriate? Should she be disciplined now for talking about it?

Personally I could give a shit but Should males make a big deal out of these moments to show they can be wronged as well?



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Franchise wrote: I was walking by the tv in the break room today and Hoda was talking about pinching Drew Brees butt at the super bowl years ago saying it was ok because his wife said for her to do it. If that situation was reversed and a male spouse was telling another male to pinch his wife’s ass would it be inappropriate? Was this inappropriate? Should she be disciplined now for talking about it?

Personally I could give a shit but Should males make a big deal out of these moments to show they can be wronged as well?
Drew Brees should hold a press conference, teary eyed, where he says he has not yet recovered from the incident despite several thousand hours of therapy.   

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Franchise wrote: I was walking by the tv in the break room today and Hoda was talking about pinching Drew Brees butt at the super bowl years ago saying it was ok because his wife said for her to do it. If that situation was reversed and a male spouse was telling another male to pinch his wife’s ass would it be inappropriate? Was this inappropriate? Should she be disciplined now for talking about it?

Personally I could give a shit but Should males make a big deal out of these moments to show they can be wronged as well?

She should be murdered and then her corpse should be fired and burned.



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srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: I was walking by the tv in the break room today and Hoda was talking about pinching Drew Brees butt at the super bowl years ago saying it was ok because his wife said for her to do it. If that situation was reversed and a male spouse was telling another male to pinch his wife’s ass would it be inappropriate? Was this inappropriate? Should she be disciplined now for talking about it?

Personally I could give a shit but Should males make a big deal out of these moments to show they can be wronged as well?

She should be murdered and then her corpse should be fired and burned.
 
If you're murdered prior to getting fired do you still get severance? 



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Ultimark wrote: srossi wrote: srossi wrote: Here’s a big one. CBS head honcho Les Moonves accused of 2 decades worth of rampant sexual harassment by multiple women, most notably actress Ileana Douglas. Moonves is married to Julie Chen of The View, who started fucking him when he was married to his ex, so I’m sure that will make for some interesting conversations. Just kidding, they won’t mention this one.
Moonves is done, forced to resign today. 
I guess Chen was a me too that worked out. 


Another LM accuser.


A new woman is accusing Les Moonves of forcing her to perform oral sex, and she claims he tried to buy her silence by lining up acting roles for her. 
Actress Bobbie Phillips tells the New York Times she met the ex-CBS honcho in 1995 during a meeting at Warner Bros. studio in Burbank. She alleges Moonves told her, "Look how hard you make me" before he unzipped his pants and exposed his erect penis.


Phillips claims Moonves told her, "Be my girlfriend and I'll put you on any show" before grabbing her by the neck and forcing his penis into her mouth. Phillips says the assault ended when Moonves' intercom rang.
The actress told the NYT there was a bat nearby she thought about using "to knock his head off." She said the experience led her to turn down an offer from producers, and she never spoke or worked with Moonves again.
According to the NYT report, Mooves attempted to smooth things over by trying to get Phillips a job -- and conspired with Phillips' former manager, Marv Dauer, earlier this year to keep her quiet. Dauer reportedly said Moonves told him, "If Bobbie talks, I'm finished."
Moonves denied the allegations ... telling the NYT, "I strongly believe that the sexual encounter with Ms. Phillips more than 20 years ago was consensual."
You'll remember ... it was back in September when Moonves resigned from his position as CEO at the network. His wife, Julie Chen, left her job on "The Talk" shortly after the resignation. 

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The latest #MeToo accusation is against...God. Literally God!

A Minnesota professor (of course it’s a professor) has said that the Virgin Mary clearly didn’t give consent to be impregnated by God with Jesus, therefore God is a rapist. He also mentioned the age difference (teenager vs. immortal is a pretty big gap I suppose) and the power balance between omniscient being and human. 

In fairness, I think he’s just brilliantly trolling since he also posted a pic on Twitter of his Christmas tree with Satantic ornaments and got on the radar of Tucker Carlson. It is pretty funny to fuck with Christians over their idiotic beliefs, especially since we like to accuse Mohammed of being a pedophile (well he was because every religion has idiotic beliefs). So anyway, Merry Christmas!

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Also, God didn't contribute a single penny to the upbringing of his child, leaving everything up to poor carpenter and cuckold, Joseph.

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Over a year after he stepped down as founder of Montreal comedy festival Just for Laughs due to multiple sexual-misconduct allegations, Gilbert Rozon has been charged with rape and indecent assault. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Quebec’s director of criminal prosecutions revealed the two charges today, which stem from offenses that occurred between June and September 1979. Nine women came forward with allegations against Rozon last year that spanned from the 1980s to recent JFL festivals, and in May 2018, the number of women with allegations against Rozon rose to 20 with a still-ongoing class-action lawsuit filed against him alleging rape and sexual harassment. Rozon’s sister-in-law also accused him of sexual misconduct in September.
The charges filed this week are the result of a separate investigation of complaints by 14 different women. Quebec’s director of criminal and penal prosecutions noted in a statement that only one of the complaints was deemed viable for prosecution. “In criminal law, the burden of proof the prosecution must meet is very demanding. Because of the presumption of innocence, the prosecution must effectively make a demonstration to the court of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt on the part of the accused,” the statement read. “Thus, it can happen that a prosecutor, even while believing the victim, will come to the conclusion that the evidence in a case does not permit guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to be demonstrated.”
According to CBC, Quebec’s provincial justice minister Sonia LeBel said women should not be discouraged by the decision to only pursue one of the 14 complaints. “I can tell you that the worst thing is silence,” she said. “Despite everything, I would encourage women to continue calling people out. I’ll say again, this isn’t a value judgment on their stories, it’s a very precise decision in a very precise context, meaning in the ability to lay criminal charges.”
In addition to stepping down as JFL founder last year, Rozon also stepped down as president of the Montreal Chamber of Commerce and commissioner of the organizing committee for Montreal’s 375th birthday celebration. In a Facebook statement he posted at the time (the post has since been deleted), Rozon did not confirm or deny the allegations but said he was “shaken” by them, adding, “I want to dedicate all my time to review the matter. To all those who I may have offended in my life, I’m sincerely sorry.” JFL moved to new ownership earlier this year when U.S.-based talent agency ICM Partners and Canada native Howie Mandel led an investor group that acquired the company.
Rozon will appear in court on the rape and indecent-assault charges on January 22.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Disney Channel actor Stoney Westmoreland has been fired after he was arrested in Salt Lake City for allegedly attempting to have a sexual relationship with an online acquaintance he believed was 13.
In a statement Saturday, Disney announced that the 48-year-old Westmoreland had been dropped from the sitcom "Andi Mack," on which he plays the grandfather of the teen-age title character. The show films in Utah.
Salt Lake police detective Greg Wilking told The Associated Press that Westmoreland was on his way to what he believed would be a sexual encounter when he was arrested Friday and charged with enticing a minor and sending inappropriate materials, including nude images. A message left with Westmoreland's agent, Mitchell Stubbs, was not immediately returned.
Westmoreland's other acting credits include "Scandal" and "Breaking Bad."

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Chris Brown and his bodyguard have been detained in France after rape allegations by a woman he met in a Paris club last week.  They are also possibly facing drug charges.  French authorities have 48 hours to either press charges against them and put them in jail or allow them to return to America.  

Of course we have to wait for all the facts to come out, but if there's ever someone who probably did it, it's Chris Brown. 

 

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srossi wrote: Chris Brown and his bodyguard have been detained in France after rape allegations by a woman he met in a Paris club last week.  They are also possibly facing drug charges.  French authorities have 48 hours to either press charges against them and put them in jail or allow them to return to America.  

Of course we have to wait for all the facts to come out, but if there's ever someone who probably did it, it's Chris Brown. 

 

Or R Kelly

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Ryan Adams (These rumours have been swirling about him for years). https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/13/arts/music/ryan-adams-women-sex.html



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The NBA and the Sacramento Kings will jointly investigate a former sports reporter’s claims that she was sexually assaulted by Kings coach Luke Walton five years ago, the team announced Thursday.

The Kings have hired attorneys from Sacramento law firm Van Dermyden Maddux to investigate accusations that Walton attacked her in a hotel room while he was an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors in 2014. The NBA’s investigatory team will be led by senior vice president and assistant general counsel Elizabeth Maringer.

“The Kings and the NBA take these allegations very seriously and will collaborate to conduct a complete and thorough investigation,” the joint statement read.

In a civil lawsuit filed Monday, Kelli Tennant, 31, claimed Walton, 39, held her down and forcibly kissed her.

“Out of nowhere, he got on top of me and pinned me down to the bed and held my arms down with all of his weight while he kissed my neck and my face and my chest,” Tennant told reporters in Los Angeles during a news conference Tuesday.

Tennant said Walton then laughed when she asked him to get up.

“I thought he was going to rape me,” Tennant said of the alleged incident at a hotel in Santa Monica during a Warriors road trip in Los Angeles.

Tennant, a former reporter for Spectrum Sportsnet LA, claims Walton, who is married, sexually assaulted her while she was seeking his help with a book she was writing. She claims in her lawsuit that Walton continued to grope her and rub his erection on her after she managed to initially get away from him. Walton then grabbed her again and pushed his body against hers as she tried to leave his hotel room.

“Good to see you,” Walton then said as she left, according to Tennant’s account.

The development is the latest twist in an increasingly ugly back-and-forth between Tennant and Walton, whose attorney characterized Tennant as an “opportunist” instead of a sexual assault victim.

“We intend to prove this in a courtroom,” attorney Mark Baute told the Sacramento Bee in a statement late Monday.

Baute also vowed not to pay “a dime” to Tennant or her attorneys.

A league source, meanwhile, told the newspaper Tuesday that Kings general manager Vlade Divac was unaware of the allegations against Walton when he was hired by the team on April 15, days after being dismissed as Lakers coach.

It’s too soon to tell whether Walton’s four-year contract could be terminated, according to the unidentified NBA source.

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Why wait 5 years?

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