Ken Friedman, the principal owner of the Spotted Pig restaurant in Manhattan, has agreed to pay $240,000 and a share of his profits to 11 former employees who have accused him of sexual harassment, retaliation and discrimination, as part of a settlement brokered by the New York State attorney general’s office.
In a two-part series, the Times reporters who broke the Weinstein story discuss new findings that raise questions about the legacy of two feminist icons.
In the last year, Allen quietly tried to sell a memoir, according to executives at four major publishing houses, only to be met with indifference or hard passes.
Senator Martha McSally, the first woman in the Air Force to fly in combat, said a superior officer had raped her while she was serving.
‘I believe that he is being a target and he’s being set up’
But it was Emma Thompson, the politically outspoken newly anointed dame commander of the British Empire who made the first real definitive statement on Lasseter, and one of the most significant decisions in post-#MeToo Hollywood.