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8 Oct 2021
Footballers in Australia and Venezuela have revealed harassment and sexual abuse within their respective countries. The new claims comes in the wake of a sexual misconduct case in the United States.
28 Nov 2019
Three women have accused Gordon Sondland of sexual misconduct before he was appointed US ambassador. Sondland has said the allegations are "politically motivated."
16 Oct 2019
Gooding Jr. was first accused of sexual misconduct in June, when a woman alleged that he grabbed her breast at a bar in New York. Last week, prosecutors revealed that a second woman had come forward with similar claims against the Oscar-winning actor dating back to Oct. 2018.
16 Sep 2019
After a new sexual misconduct allegation was made against the US Supreme Court justice, President Trump took to Twitter in a vehement defense, and Democratic presidential candidates called for an investigation.
30 Sep 2018
The attorney for the second woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct said on Saturday that FBI agents assigned to investigate the allegations have contacted her.
11 Nov 2017
Actress Amy Adams honored as big stars avoid red carpet at awards gala amid sexual misconduct scandals.
11 Nov 2017
Louis C.K. says that sexual misconduct allegations that several women have accused him of are true.
4 Nov 2017
Netflix cuts ties with actor Kevin Spacey, who faces allegations of sexual misconduct, saying it won't be involved in any production of 'House of Cards' if he continues to appear in the show.

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