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Terry Crews admits he was sexually assaulted by high-level Hollywood exec

In the past week, several female stars—from Mira Sorvino to Angelina Jolie to Gwyneth Paltrow—went public with explosive sexual allegations against Hollywood studio chief Harvey Weinstein. Former (female) employees have also come out with accusations of being forced to perform oral and vaginal sex by Weinstein.

While it’s kind of an open secret that Hollywood casting couches have taken advantage of women for years, few are aware that men have been preyed on as much. Actor Terry Crews recently came out on Twitter with a story of his own from just last year:

A number of high-profile celebrities—including Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and George Clooney—have spoken out against the Hollywood mogul, and praised those who have shared their experiences so far.

The Weinstein Company fired its co-founder this past Sunday in response to the allegations.

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