Since the first New York Times exposé was published just over a month ago alleging decades of sexual misconduct by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, scores of other women have come forward with their own disturbing stories. So many in fact, it had be hard to keep track of just how many women have shared their experiences.
Italian actress/director Asia Argento, herself a Weinstein accuser, decided to put them all into a handy, and deadset chilling, spreadsheet. That’s right, every single accusation publicly levelled at Weinstein has been detailed in the document, which Argento tweeted a link to.
The list includes the stories of over 118 women, with 18 of those victims claiming the producer raped them, dating back to 1980.
It includes details of the location and nature of each incident, and also includes a tab for ‘Cost’ – which in some cases, that is listed as ‘career’. Some cases also list ‘Others Involved’, and name some of Weinstein’s “enablers” who aided his sexual misconduct over the course of over 30 years.
Argento has been applauded by her followers for sharing the list and showing support for Weinstein’s many victims.
What a sorry state of affairs we are in when we need to keep track of the victims for this (censored) in a huge spreadsheet. ☹️ #noshamefist
— Scott Nelson (@ScottInWashDC) November 8, 2017
You are beyond admirable. Your advocacy is brave. You are beyond inspiring. TY for utilizing your voice to bring awareness to these issues.
— Kai Bailey (@kaibaileyxxx) November 7, 2017
Bravo for standing up. As a man, I’m so very sorry you have to live with this. Please don’t stop until you get him and others like him.
— Gabriel Jones (@aGabrielJones) November 7, 2017
While one user made the most of Twitter’s new 280 character limit to sum it all up with this:
He should be in jail forever. All his bullshit awards removed and all his accomplices and men who knew and did nothing or helped him also in jail .
I believe you
It’s not your fault
you are not alone
we are more, stronger and better than these abhorrent specimens
— Raquel (@raqueldehesas) November 7, 2017
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.