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Just after the Razzie Awards honored its latest “winners” for the worst movies and performances of the year, the organization released an “In Memoriam” segment featuring accused men in Hollywood.
Among those pictured in the faux “In Memoriam” segment are Harvey Weinstein, Steven Seagal, James Toback, Bill Cosby, Louis C.K., Kevin Spacey, James Franco, Casey Affleck, Russell Simmons, Danny Masterson, Woody Allen, Jeremy Piven, Brett Ratner and more men who have faced allegations of sexual harassment, misconduct or assault.
The photos of the men are followed by the text, “Very sorry, but we won’t be missing you… or your kind.”
Several men have been accused of harassment or assault in the past few months, largely spurred by the #MeToo movement that grew following exposés about Harvey Weinstein that were published in October 2017 by The New York Times and the New Yorker.
Weinstein stands accused of harassment and assault by more than 60 women. Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. He is being investigated in London, New York and Los Angeles.
In the wake of Weinstein’s downfall, women have come forward with stories about other men in Hollywood. Simmons has been accused of rape by several women and has since stepped down from roles at his various businesses. Ratner is currently involved in a defamation suit against a woman who accused him of rape. More than 300 women came forward accusing director Toback of harassment and assault. The LAPD is investigating claims of rape against Masterson, and the actor has since been dropped from his Netflix show, The Ranch. There are several more investigations under way involving the men in the video.
See the full segment below.
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