Post-Weinstein: 71 Men, Sexual Misconduct & Their Fall From Power

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In early October, Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, was fired from his namesake company after multiple women came forward reporting rape and sexual assault.

In what appears to be a seismic shift in what behavior is tolerated in the workplace, a cascade of high-profile men, many in the entertainment and news media industries, have since been fired or forced to resign after reports of sexual misconduct that ranged from inappropriate comments to rape.

71 Firings and Resignations
The men in the list below have been fired, resigned or experienced similar professional fallout.

Feb. 12

Javier Palomarez

Chief of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of a female co-worker. »

FALLOUT Stepped down. »

RESPONSE “I categorically deny these deeply troubling allegations.” »

Feb. 6

Daniel Zwerdling

Investigative reporter at NPR

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment, including unwanted kissing and touching. »

FALLOUT Retired. »

RESPONSE “The allegations are not true.” »

Feb. 2

Vincent Cirrincione

Hollywood Manager

ACCUSATION Unwanted sexual advances against 21 women, including forced kissing and masturbating. »

FALLOUT Closed his agency. »

RESPONSE “I apologize for my bad behavior. It was never my intention to disrespect anyone.” »

Jan. 31

John Copley

Stage director at the Metropolitan Opera

ACCUSATION Making a sexually charged remark. »

FALLOUT Fired. »

RESPONSE Mr. Copley’s manager declined to comment. »

Jan. 29

Wayne Pacelle

Chief Executive of the Humane Society

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of three women, including forced kissing. »

FALLOUT Resigned. »

RESPONSE “I absolutely deny any suggestion that I did anything untoward.” »

Jan. 26

Stephen Wynn

Casino magnate and finance chairman of the Republican National Committee

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct with casino employees over decades. »

FALLOUT Resigned from his company, Wynn Resorts, and stepped down from the R.N.C. »

RESPONSE “The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous.” »

Jan. 23

Barry Lubin

Grandma the clown for Big Apple Circus

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of a female minor co-worker. »

FALLOUT Resigned. »

RESPONSE “The allegations are true. What I did was wrong, and I take full responsibility for my actions.” »

Jan. 22

Gordon Edelstein

Artistic director of Long Wharf Theater

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct with four women, including groping, masturbating and forced kissing. »

FALLOUT Fired. »

RESPONSE Did not respond to several requests for comment. »

Jan. 20

Patrick Meehan

U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of a former aide. »

FALLOUT Removed from the House Ethics Committee and will not seek re-election. »

RESPONSE “I didn’t do anything wrong.” »

Jan. 19

Omeed Malik

Managing director at Bank of America

ACCUSATION Sexual misconduct with a woman. »

FALLOUT Resigned. »

RESPONSE Did not respond to requests for comment. »


Jan. 10

James Rosen

Washington Correspondent at Fox News

ACCUSATION Sexual harassment of three female colleagues. »

FALLOUT Left Fox News. »

RESPONSE Did not respond to a request for comment. »


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