A report by the LA Times has revealed another powerful film industry man is abusing his position of power. 38 women have come forward alleging that James Toback, the director of films like Black and White and The Private Life of a Modern Woman sexually harassed or assaulted them. The accusations come from women like Louise Post, a vocalist and guitarist for the band Veruca Salt, and reporter Anna Scott, who was still in high school when Toback approached her.
The LA Times report comes on the same weekend that another allegation has been launched against Roman Polanski, and The New York Times reported that Bill O'Reilly paid a $32 million settlement to a woman who accused him of sexual misconduct. Read the LA Times full report on James Toback here.