Another Hollywood Honcho Accused of Sexual Harassment by at Least 38 Women

It’s truly incredible how so many hypocrites in Hollywood can pretend to be outraged by President Trump when their tight knit community is facing its own moral crisis.

Following the bombshell revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual harassment, abuse, and alleged rape, another Hollywood honcho is now facing sexual harassment accusations by more then 38 women.

As reported on FoxNews

More than 30 women accused James Toback of sexual harassment, saying the director and writer preyed on young actresses for years and lured them into a meeting that would turn sexual and often end with him masturbating in front of them, a new bombshell report revealed on Sunday.

Toback, who directed “Black and White” and “Two Girls and a Guy” and was also nominated for an Oscar for writing “Bugsy,” allegedly sexually harassed at least 38 women for decades, according to a Los Angeles Times report. The newspaper interviewed the women, who detailed similar encounters with the 72-year-old director over the years.

The women said Toback would tout his success in Hollywood and lured them into a meeting, interview or audition for a role. But the encounters would quickly turn sexual as the director asks the women inappropriate questions such as, “How often do you masturbate?” the report stated. Toback would then dry hump the women or masturbate in front of them.

Actress Adrienne LaValley recalled to the Los Angeles Times the time Toback harassed her in a hotel room in 2008 when he rubbed his crotch on her leg.

“I felt like a prostitute, an utter disappointment to myself, my parents, my friends. And I deserved not to tell anyone,” she said.

In a 2013 interview with the Huffington Post, James Toback had bragged about taking part in orgies with 15-20 women.

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