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Former model Scott R. Brunton told The Hollywood Reporter on Friday that actor George Takei sexually assaulted him 36 years ago.
(Doha Madani, Huffingtonpost, US, November 10, 2017)
"ER" actor Anthony Edwards in an online post on Friday accused producer and writer of Gary Goddard of molesting him as a child.
( Phil Helsel, NBC News, US, November 11, 2017)
In a report from The National Enquirer published Wednesday, Sheen — who revealed in 2015 that he is living with HIV — was 19 when he allegedly sexually assaulted 13-year-old Haim on set of the 1986 film Lucas, according to actor and Haim’s close friend, Dominick Brascia.
(Alexia Fernandez and Natalie Stone, Entertainment Weekly, US, November 9, 2017)
Disney Channel has pulled one of its biggest children’s shows from air after outrage at a gay storyline.
(Benjamin Butterworth, Pink News, US, November 8, 2017)
Bryan Singer is back in the spotlight as a new man accuses him of sexual assault while he was a young teenager. Justin Smith alleges that Singer penetrated his anus with a finger at a party they both attended in Hollywood.
(Bil Browning, LGBTQ Nation, US, November 7, 2017)
Asher Angel has been cast as Billy Batson opposite Zachary Levi in New Line’s DC superhero film “Shazam!,” sources tell Variety.
(Justin Kroll, Variety, US, November 5, 2017)
Following reports that Netflix may kill off Kevin Spacey's character on "House of Cards," the streaming service announced Friday that it is severing ties with the actor.
(Staff Writer , - Fox News, US, November 4, 2017)
Disney Channel series “Andi Mack” will reveal that one of the main characters is gay in the upcoming Season 2 premier
(Matt Fernandez, Variety, US, October 25, 2017)
Season two of Andi Mack will see 13-year-old Cyrus – one of Andi’s two best friends – begin to realise he has feelings for fellow teen Jonah.
(Josh Jackman, Pink News, US, October 26, 2017)