Harvey Weinstein scandal: Who has accused him of what?

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Angelina Jolie with Gillian Anderson at the premiere of Playing by Heart in Jolie says she was propositioned by Weinstein in a hotel room in Uma Thurman Image source, Getty Images The Pulp Fiction actress says Weinstein pushed her down and tried to expose himself at the producer's hotel room in London during the s. He did all kinds of unpleasant things, Thurman said. You're like an animal wriggling away, like a lizard. She alleges he implied she had to sleep with him to get a film role, telling her that his wife would have been fine with it. She said: I didn't know what to do and I felt that letting him maybe touch me a little bit might placate him enough to get me out of there somehow. He banged on the door with his fists before eventually retreating, putting on a dressing gown and starting to cry. Louisette Geiss Image caption, Louisette Geiss holding a press conference on Tuesday The actress and producer says she was attacked by Weinstein when he invited her to his office in a hotel for a meeting about a script she had written at the Sundance Film Festival in

November 5,by NCI Staff Colorectal cancer is a leading cause of cancer bereavement among people under 50 in the United States, with rates of additional diagnoses still climbing in this become old group. Credit: National Cancer Institute Doug Dallmann was in his early thirties when he first noticed blood all the rage his stool. A few years afterwards, when the bleeding became more common and intense, he decided to acquire it checked out. But then he started feeling sharp pains in his pelvis and knew something was acutely wrong. At just 40 years aged, he was diagnosed with stage 3 rectal cancer. Unfortunately, Dallmann's experience reflects a growing trend seen across the country. Since the s, the appraise of colorectal cancer which includes cancers of the colon and rectum has more than doubled among adults younger than Not only that, but add younger people are dying from the disease. This rapid increase is above all puzzling because the rate of colorectal cancer has plummeted among older adults—largely due to regular colonoscopies and bring down rates of smoking.