• Drake pauses show to threaten groper in audience

    (CNN)Drake was in the middle of performing one of his hit songs "Know Yourself" at Sydney's Marquee nightclub Wednesday evening when he stopped to address a man in the crowd who he saw groping women in the audience. "Yo, stop that s**t," Drake told the man. Since then, social media has also lit up with support for Drake, some citing the importance of his actions amid many allegations of sexual harassment in recent news. Sexual harassment advocates have said one way of tackling the issue is simply to call it out and not stay silent.

  • Rose McGowan surrenders to authorities on drug charges

    (CNN)Actress Rose McGowan turned herself in to authorities in Loudoun County, Virginia, on Tuesday in response to an arrest warrant on charges of drug possession. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority obtained the warrant on February 1, 2017 after authorities allegedly found traces of narcotics in her personal belongings that were left behind on a United flight in January to Washington D.C. "There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia," she tweeted at the time. The actress is one of dozens of women who came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault.

  • Kevin Spacey: Old Vic theater uncovers 20 allegations of misconduct

    The Old Vic theater in London says it has uncovered 20 allegations of inappropriate behavior by Kevin Spacey. The theater announced the finding on Thursday after it commissioned an investigation by an outside law firm. Spacey was artistic director there from 2004 to 2015. The Old Vic said the allegations covered 1995 to 2013. The theater added that most of the claims were from before 2009, and that it has not been possible to verify any of the allegations. Most of the alleged victims shared their stories because they were promised anonymity. The Old Vic said no legal claims or formal grievances were filed during Spacey's time as artistic director, and no settlement agreements or payments were

  • Fox News' Shep Smith fact-checks his own network on Hillary Clinton, Uranium One

    Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has earned a reputation over the years for ideological apostasy, providing a sharp mid-afternoon break from the conservative perspective that dominates the rest of the network's programming. But on Tuesday, he may have outdone himself. Over the course of six minutes, Smith provided a thorough fact-check of the latest Clinton-related conspiracy theory to capture the attention of Republican lawmakers, and his colleagues at Fox News. Smith, the chief news anchor at Fox, spelled out the specific allegation surrounding the sale of a Canadian company called Uranium One: "Nine people involved in the deal made donations to the Clinton Foundation totaling more than $140 million,

  • Rose McGowan pleads not guilty to drug possession

    "There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia," she tweeted at the time. "What a load of HORSES**T." McGowan is one of dozens of women who came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault. Days after The New York Times and The New Yorker published explosive accounts last month of Weinstein's alleged misconduct, McGowan publicly claimed on Twitter that the Hollywood mogul raped her. Through a spokesperson, Weinstein has consistently denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex. According to a report published on Tuesday by The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow, police said a worker cleaning the plane found McGowan's wallet, and in it were two small bags of powder that later tested

  • How Patton Oswalt and Meredith Salenger fell in love

    Singer Elle King and Andrew "Fergie" Ferguson announced they were marrying in April 2017. King even said she skipped out on her wedding to go to a rock concert instead. In May she revealed the couple had actually married three weeks after they met in February 2016.

  • Scandals provide reason to distinguish stars from their work

    "I can't listen to it now," Colbert said regarding Cosby's albums. "I can't separate it." More recently, Louis C.K.'s admission to misconduct has prompted soul searching, with some revisiting favorable reviews of his critically lauded TV series "Louie" in light of the revelations. Notably, even Louis C.K.'s now-shelved movie, "I Love You, Daddy," grapples with similar issues. In the film, the comic auteur plays a TV producer who is star-struck by a legendary director obviously inspired by Woody Allen -- played by John Malkovich -- until the "old perv," as he's described, begins a relationship with the producer's 17-year-old daughter. Chalk it up, perhaps, to years of exposure to the entertainment