Asia Argento News
Asia Argento accuses Rob Cohen of sexual assault; The Fast and the Furious director denies allegation
Rob Cohen's spokesperson denied Asia Argento's sexual abuse claims and termed them as 'absolutely false'
Asia Argento fired as judge from X Factor Italy after shooting seven episodes, amidst sexual assault allegations
The victim claimed that Asia Argento assaulted him in a California hotel when he was only two months past his 17th birthday.
Daily bulletin: DMK set to elect Stalin as president, Rahul Gandhi to visit Kerala; PV Sindhu in action at Asian Games; day's top stories
Congress president Rahul Gandhi is set to visit flood-ravaged areas and relief camps in Kerala today. His party colleagues say that Rahul will fly to Thiruvananthapuram and go to some of the areas — Chengannur, Alappuzha and Angamaly — worst hit by the floods
Asia Argento's sexual assault accuser says his 'trauma resurfaced as she came out as a victim herself'
Jimmy Bennett had accused Asia Argento of sexually assaulting him in 2013 when he was 17 and she was 37.
Rose McGowan on sexual assault allegations against Asia Argento: 'Don't know truth of the situation'
Rose McGowan and Asia Argento have been among the most prominent women to come forward with allegations of rape against Harvey Weinstein.
#MeToo trailblazer Asia Argento reportedly paid off minor actor who filed sexual assault lawsuit against her
Asia Argento, one of the vocal advocates of the #MeToo movement, settled a claim last year from a former child actor that she assaulted him when he was 17
Asia Argento trolled over Anthony Bourdain's death: Actress-activist's peers defend her in an open letter
The letter describes Asia Argento as a survivor, not a headline.
Anthony Bourdain, 61, was discovered dead in a French hotel room on 8 June.
Reactions pour out after Harvey Weinstein arrest: 'Toxic masculinity and misogyny can no longer be tolerated'
Film mogul Harvey Weinstein has been arraigned on rape, criminal sex act and other sex charges stemming from encounters with two women. The former powerhouse movie producer stared grimly as he appeared Friday in a Manhattan court. He agreed to post $1 million cash bail, wear an electronic monitor and not travel beyond New York and Connecticut.
Asia Argento condemns Harvey Weinstein in powerful speech; calls Cannes Film Festival 'his hunting ground'
Asia Argento, one of Harvey Weinstein's first accusers, delivered a fiery speech about the disgraced Hollywood producer at the Cannes Film Festival.
Cannes Film Festival 2018: Shoplifters by Hirokazu Kore-eda wins Palme d’Or; Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman awarded the Grand Prix
The Palme d’Or was awarded to Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters; a tender portrait of a poor, impoverished family.
Jessica Chastain, Judd Apatow speak out against Quentin Tarantino over Uma Thurman car stunt accident
Thurman had said she did not want to do the stunt and asked for a stunt person but Tarantino assured her that it was okay for her to drive.
James Corden was slammed for making jokes about the Harvey Weinstein harassment case. Also, the Producers Guild of America has decided to expel the accused.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie further intensify against Harvey Weinstein saying they were harassed by him, while his wife announces separation.