The New York Times and New Yorker stories opened the floodgates for other women to present their accounts of how Harvey Weinstein allegedly harassed and/or assaulted them.
The New York Times and New Yorker stories opened the floodgates for other women to present their accounts of how Harvey Weinstein allegedly harassed and/or assaulted them. Drew Angerer Getty Images
The New York Times and New Yorker stories opened the floodgates for other women to present their accounts of how Harvey Weinstein allegedly harassed and/or assaulted them. Drew Angerer Getty Images

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