It's Not Just Weinstein -- Entertainment Industry Filled With Accused Sex Abusers

Entertainment | Peter Hasson

‘That’s why they cheer Polanski…’

Another California Woman Accuses Roman Polanski Of Sexually Assaulting Her As A Minor

Entertainment | Katie Jerkovich
Filmmaker Roman Polanski arrives for a court hearing in Krakow February 25, 2015. Polanski appeared in a Polish court on Wednesday at a hearing to consider a U.S. request for his extradition over a 1977 child sex crime conviction. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

‘I am not over it…’

Poland Won't Extradite Filmmaker Roman Polanski To The US

Entertainment | Kevin Daley
Filmmaker Roman Polanski arrives for a court hearing in Krakow February 25, 2015. Polanski appeared in a Polish court on Wednesday at a hearing to consider a U.S. request for his extradition over a 1977 child sex crime conviction. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

Polanski remains abroad after 40 years

Will Roman Polanski Finally Have To Answer For What He Did?

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins
Roman Polanski trial

‘If he was just a regular guy, he would have been deported…’

Incest: Something 'progressive' . . . when 'conservative, racist hicks' aren't imagined doing it

Opinion | Paul Hair

Leftists are for incest, except for when they are against it.

Polanski victim 'relieved' director was not repatriated to U.S. - CNN

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‘I don’t want to see him go to trial,’ says Samantha Geimer, who had unlawful sexual relations with famed director Roman Polanski in 1977 at the age of 13

The last of the Mohegans - Casino

Opinion | Ron Hart

Liberal yuppies always seek wisdom from Native American traditions as it is presumed that any other culture is wiser, deeper and more spiritual than their own, especially if it is oddly mystic

Polanski makes first public appearance - BBC

Entertainment | interns

Polanski went to see his wife perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival but did not speak to the media

Watch where you run - AP

Entertainment | admin

The Interpol warrant active in almost 200 countries for Roman Polanski’s arrest means that he’s only truly safe from arrest in France, Poland and Switzerland

No extradition for Polanski [VIDEO] - NYT

Entertainment | interns

Switzerland will not extradite the film director Roman Polanski to the United States to face charges of unlawful sex with a minor

No extradition for Polanski [VIDEO] - AP

Entertainment | admin

The Swiss mostly blamed U.S. authorities for failing to provide confidential testimony about Polanski’s sentencing procedure in 1977-1978

Courts release details on Polanski case - Daily Mail

Entertainment | interns

More details on Polanski’s case are revealed after another actress accuses the director of abuse when she was 16

Bad Roman-ance - Fox News

Entertainment | interns

A British woman came forward Friday alleging sexual assault against director Roman Polanski, who is currently under house arrest in Switzerland for the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in 1977

Roman Polanski shocker: New woman comes forward with sexual charges - Radar Online

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

In what is sure to cause an uproar, the new alleged victim will hold a news conference Friday with famed attorney Gloria Allred in Los Angeles

Roman Polanski finally speaks out - LA Times

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

For the first time since he was arrested in Switzerland more than seven months ago, Polanski has spoken out

Polanski's ritzy house arrest - Mail Online

World | interns

Despite facing extradition for sex crime charges, Polanski serves his house arrest in a plushy Swiss chalet

Depp supports Polanski in statutory rape scandal - POPEATER

Entertainment | AJ

Johnny Depp, whose support of children’s charities and other worthy causes has gained him media attention in the past, is lending his name to a list that is getting him some mixed reviews and the actor has recently come out in support of Roman Polanski, who was arrested in Zurich in 2009 on charges relating to a 1977 statutory rape case

S.E. Cupp’s Diary: Pure GOOOOLD

Opinion | S.E. Cupp

I went to Massachusetts this weekend with a friend who wanted to get hypnotized to lose weight and quit smoking. (I will let you know how this works out, but I’m less than hopeful since in the days after he had three cigarettes, a 2.5 lb. lobster, and a fish-and-cheese sandwich. But my fingers are crossed.) Over the weekend, we went into a furniture store in Gloucester. Taped on the counter, the shop owner had a fake photograph of George W. Bush carrying a “Presidency for Dummies” book. I wanted to ask the woman if she knew her name and what year it was, but this seemed cruel. So instead I started singing a David Gray song really loudly as I walked through the store, driving out at least two customers who I think were considering buying something.