No 'Good will' for Harvey Weinstein

No 'Good will' for Harvey Weinstein

No 'Good will' for Harvey Weinstein

"Girls. I'm so impressed with you fearless ones", Burton tweeted, posting a link to a video of an episode of TRL outtakes. "You lie", McGowan shared in a tweet, captioned, "You want to play let's play #ROSEARMY".

Ben Affleck's statement following the Weinstein stories fell under particular scrutiny, not because of the actor's history of working with him, but because of harassment claims against his brother and now, allegations aimed at him.

Just hours after Ben Affleck condemned the sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein - saying he was "saddened and angered" by claims of alleged sexual harassment and assault made against the movie mogul by some of the biggest stars in Hollywood - Hilarie Burton claimed Affleck groped her when she was a host of MTV's TRL.

'We need to do better at protecting our sisters, friends, co-workers and daughters. "We must support those who come forward, condemn this type of behavior when we see it and help ensure there are more women in positions of power", he said.

"I'm so sorry that happened to you", the fan wrote back. She also posted a video clip from the show in which she talked about the incident.

Amid talk on social media about Ben's Weinstein statement, one user recalled how Ben "grabbed Hilarie Burton's breasts on TRL once".

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"Seriously, thank you for that".

Burton was 21 at the time, back in 2003, and described herself as "a kid".

Affleck is one of a number of prominent men in the film industry who initially remained silent following last Thursday's (October 5) initial report of Weinstein's sexual misconduct.

Rose McGowan's request that Ben Affleck "fuck off" in response to his tepid, meaningless condemnation of Harvey Weinstein wasn't the only criticism the "Good Will Hunting" co-star faced Tuesday night.

"McGowan, who starred in 1998's Phantoms with Affleck, added, "'GODDAMNIT!

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