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    I don't understand the probation starting while he's serving his sentence.
    Me either. Down here, probation starts after the jail/prison sentence about 95 percent of the time. With this being reduced, he should at least have to start probation after prison.
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    Cold comfort in the fact that if the other convicts get a hold of him, he's toast. A lot of them have been sexually abused as children, or are the products of rape and come from chaotic backgrounds where they just want to cut a bitch. Child molesters in jail - might as well tie meat to his ankles and put his ass in a cage with lions.
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    Default Nike Drops Antonio Brown Amid Rape Allegations



    Nike has cut ties with Antonio Brown following claims he raped his personal trainer ... with a rep for the company confirming to TMZ Sports that the NE Patriots superstar is "not a Nike athlete."

    While the Swoosh will not elaborate on the decision behind the move ... it comes after Britney Taylor filed a federal lawsuit, alleging Brown forcibly raped her in 2018 ... among other accusations (all of which AB denies).

    AB had a signature shoe deal with Nike ... the Nike Tech Trainer Antonio Brown was released in February and sold for $100. The kicks have since been scrubbed from the site.




    Brown also lost his deal with helmet manufacturer Xenith last week.

    AB signed a 1-year, $15 million deal with the Pats after getting cut by the Raiders on September 7 ... and played his first game with New England during week 2.

    We should note, AB was rocking white Nike cleats last Sunday against the Dolphins.
    All eyes will be on AB's feet come Sunday.

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    Damn. Innocent or not (not), having one's name linked to rape is never good. WTF is up with some of these athletes?
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    Steroids?
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    Toxic masculinity
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    As a guy, I think it's a case of entitlement. You are an elite athlete, super rich, and in the best shape of your life (or anyone else's). Why wouldn't a woman "just throw her legs open" for a big prize like you? He probably had disturbingly few turn him down before (or at least, they didn't press charges) and had a difficult time with rejection. If you look at his Tweets today, trashing the people who gave him a second chance but had to walk away (Kraft, etc.), you might see a little bit of sociopath in there -- charms people but goes nuclear when he doesn't get what he wants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    As a guy, I think it's a case of entitlement. You are an elite athlete, super rich, and in the best shape of your life (or anyone else's). Why wouldn't a woman "just throw her legs open" for a big prize like you? He probably had disturbingly few turn him down before (or at least, they didn't press charges) and had a difficult time with rejection. If you look at his Tweets today, trashing the people who gave him a second chance but had to walk away (Kraft, etc.), you might see a little bit of sociopath in there -- charms people but goes nuclear when he doesn't get what he wants.
    Just finished watching Surviving R. Kelly - exactly his mindset. I can do what I want, because I'm <insert temporarily famous person's name here>

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    Robert De Niro subjected female employee to creepy and abusive behavior: lawsuit

    Robert De Niro routinely subjected his longtime employee to creepy and abusive behavior, including leaving her voicemails threatening “you’re f—ing history” and calling her a “bitch” and a “brat,” an explosive new lawsuit charges.

    Graham Chase Robinson says for years she was the victim of “gratuitous unwanted physical contact” from the Oscar winner, who also hurled “sexually-charged comments to her” when she worked at his production company, Canal Productions Inc.

    Robinson’s allegations against the “Taxi Driver” star are levied in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court for gender discrimination and wage violations.

    She said she began working for Canal Productions in 2008 as an executive assistant and “forced to resign” in April after rising to the position of vice president of production and finance.

    “Robert De Niro is someone who has clung to old mores. He does not accept the idea that men should treat women as equals,” the suit says. “He does not care that gender discrimination in the workplace violates the law. Ms. Robinson is a casualty of this attitude.”

    She claims De Niro treated her as his “office wife” and made her do “stereotypically female duties, like housework” while underpaying her and denying her overtime.

    The actor also allegedly “urinated during telephone calls” with Robinson and would greet her wearing only his “pajamas or a bathrobe,” the suit says.

    “Among other things, De Niro would direct Ms. Robinson to scratch his back, button his ties and prod him awake when he was in bed,” the complaint adds. “De Niro also stood idly by while his friend slapped Ms. Robinson on her buttocks.”

    Robinson said she had to endure De Niro’s jokes about his Viagra prescription and that he directed her to “imagine him on the toilet.””De Niro suggested that Ms. Robinson could get pregnant using sperm from her (married) male co-worker,” the suit adds.

    The suit also contains a link to a recording of a scathing voicemail De Niro allegedly left Robinson when she didn’t pick up his call.

    “You f—ing don’t answer my calls? How dare you! You’re about to be fired. You’re f–king history,” he seethes.

    De Niro and his production company sued Robinson for $6 million in August, accusing her of swiping cash and frequent flyer miles and abruptly quitting. But Robinson claims that suit was brought in retaliation — after she had threatened to sue the actor first.

    “De Niro was enraged at the prospect of Ms. Robinson bringing a lawsuit challenging his behavior,” Robinson’s complaint says. “So, he retaliated and struck first.”

    Robinson claims she long contemplated quitting but that De Niro would lord his influence as one of Hollywood’s top actors over her, telling her he’d giver her “bad recommendation” if she left, according to court papers.

    Reps for De Niro and Canal Productions did not immediately return messages.

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    This makes me sad. I'm sure Trump is really happy about this.
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    DJT will be happy, but that doesn't mean he isn't a sh*tty President, with an even worse track record with women. The irony will definitely escape him, though.
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    That doesn't surprise me at all about De Niro.
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    Cuba Gooding Jr. accused of sexual misconduct by 3 new women

    Three more women have come forward to cops to accuse actor Cuba Gooding Jr. of a “pattern” of sexual misconduct in Manhattan bars and restaurants, bringing his total number of alleged victims to five, police sources told The Post on Monday.

    “It’s a pattern,” said a source, noting that all of the alleged attacks, which date back to 2008, occurred in eating and drinking establishments.

    The floodgates opened against the “Jerry Maguire” Oscar winner in June, when a 30-year-old woman accused him of grabbing her breast during a boozy night out at the Magic Hour Rooftop Bar and Lounge in Midtown. Gooding was arrested for forcible touching in the case. He has maintained his innocence.

    Then during a Manhattan criminal court appearance last week over the alleged incident, prosecutors revealed that the Bronx-born thespian also had been indicted in an alleged October 2018 attack involving a second woman, which Gooding also denies.

    Now, three additional women have also stepped forward to accuse the 51-year-old movie star of misconduct, sources said — including a woman who claims Gooding grabbed her rear at a joint on West 45th Street in 2008 and another who says he pulled the same stunt at a West 44th Street restaurant five years later.

    Details involving the third alleged new victim are not clear. Also not clear are the circumstances surrounding the previously known victim from the October 2018 accusation in the indictment.

    One of these women says Gooding grabbed her rear at a hotel on Howard Street in Soho in 2018, while the other claims he reached his hand under her skirt and penetrated her with his finger that same year, law enforcement sources said.

    It is not clear where the alleged hand-up-the-skirt incident took place.

    Gooding has yet to be charged in the incidents involving the three new accusers, but investigations are ongoing, police sources said.

    Gooding’s lawyer, Mark Heller, told The Post on Monday that he was aware of the additional claims but stressed that his client has only been charged in two cases.

    He said of the October 2018 allegation, “We believe that is the only new allegation joined to the indictment. We believe it is totally incredulous and will not give rise to any conviction at all.”

    The legal eagle also claimed that that 2018 accuser tried to extract money from Gooding after his arrest.

    “It happened in excess of a year ago, and it’s a case the alleged accuser never pressed in that whole time nor did the police press it,” Heller said. “She simply came forward when Cuba got arrested, and that was after Cuba declined to be shaken down by her. … Because it was not appropriate and not a truthful allegation, Cuba declined to be shaken down.

    “When a high-profile case comes about, very frequently a lot of people come out of the woodwork.”

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    Controversial Russell Simmons doc debuts at Sundance to standing ovations

    “On the Record” — a documentary about the sexual-misconduct allegations against music mogul Russell Simmons — debuted at Sundance this weekend to not one but two standing ovations.

    The film had a rocky run-up to its release, with Oprah Winfrey backing out as executive producer and taking distributor Apple TV+ with her.

    Drew Dixon, who worked in A&R for Simmons in the ’90s and has accused him of rape, said in an interview with USA Today after Winfrey’s withdrawal, “The past 15 days have been traumatic. Definitely lots of extra therapy sessions. Lots of anxiety.”

    Simmons denies the allegations.

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    Like Warren, I Had My Own Sexist Run-In with Chris Matthews


    BY LAURA BASSETT


    February 28, 2020
    MSNBC host Chris Matthews, whose long history of sexist comments and behavior have somehow not yet gotten him fired, tested the boundaries of his own misogyny again on Wednesday night. After the tenth Democratic presidential debate, the Hardball anchor grilled Elizabeth Warren about one of her lines of attack against Mike Bloomberg during the debate: that a pregnant female employee accused Bloomberg of telling her to “kill it.”

    “You believe he’s lying?” Matthews asked Warren of Bloomberg's denial.

    “I believe the woman, which means he’s not telling the truth,” said Warren, who recently had to defend her own credible story of pregnancy discrimination.

    “And why would he lie?” Matthews said. “Just to protect himself?”

    “Yeah, and why would she lie?” Warren responded pointedly.

    “I just wanna make sure you’re clear about this,” Matthews said. Right there on America’s purportedly liberal network, the anchor spoke to a 70-year-old United States senator who is running for president—and a renowned Harvard Law professor, no less—like she couldn’t possibly understand her own words, as if she was a child choosing between a snack now or dessert later.

    The allegation that Matthews, a veteran journalist, was trying so hard to undermine was actually corroborated by a third party to the Washington Post earlier this month. There was no reason for him to harp on its veracity, except, perhaps, that he himself has made so many sexist comments over the years that he has a vested interest in Bloomberg being let off the hook.

    Some of Matthews’s behavior has already been well-documented. Like Bloomberg, who frequently remarked “nice tits” and “I’d do her” at the office, Matthews has a pattern of making comments about women’s appearances in demeaning ways. The number of on-air incidents is long, exhausting, and creepy, including commenting to Erin Burnett, for example, “you’re a knockout...it’s alright getting bad news from you,” while telling her to move closer to the camera. Behind the scenes, one of Matthews’s former producers told The Daily Caller in 2017 that he allegedly rated his female guests on a numerical scale and would name a “hottest of the week” like a “teenage boy.” In 1999, an assistant producer accused Matthews of sexual harassment, which CNBC, which then ran the show, investigated and concluded that the comments were "inappropriate," and for which Matthews received a “stern reprimand,” according to an MSNBC spokesperson.

    This tendency to objectify women in his orbit has bled into his treatment of female politicians and candidates. He has repeatedly lusted over women in politics on air, like remarking in 2011 that there’s “something electric” and “very attractive” about the way former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin walks and moves and noting in 2017 that acting attorney general Sally Yates is “attractive, obviously.” But he has reserved a particular contempt for the woman who made it closest to ascending the heights of American political power: Hillary Clinton, calling her “witchy,” “anti-male,” and “She Devil.” The Cut obtained footage of him joking in early 2016, just before a live interview with then-candidate Clinton, “where’s that Bill Cosby pill,” referring to the date-rape drug. In 2005, he openly wondered whether the troops would “take the orders” from a female president; after another interview, he pinched Clinton’s cheek; and and in another, he suggested that she had only had so much political success because her husband had “messed around.” This evening anchor, in addition to everything else, has repeatedly challenged whether women are legitimate politicians or could be president at all. "I was thinking how hard it is for a woman to take on a job that's always been held by men," he said of Clinton in 2006.

    Then there is the open secret of Matthews’s everyday behavior off camera with guests, which often creeps up to the line of sexual harassment without actually crossing it, so that women can never feel that it’s worth jeopardizing their own careers to complain. Many women in politics or media who have interacted with the bombastic host have some kind of story about him making them feel uncomfortable on the job. I have my own.

    In 2017, I wrote a personal essay about a much older, married cable news host who inappropriately flirted with me in the makeup room a few times before we went live on his show, making me noticeably uncomfortable on air. I was afraid to name him at the time for fear of retaliation from the network; I’m not anymore. It was Chris Matthews. In 2016, right before I had to go on his show and talk about sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump, Matthews looked over at me in the makeup chair next to him and said, “Why haven’t I fallen in love with you yet?”

    When I laughed nervously and said nothing, he followed up to the makeup artist. “Keep putting makeup on her, I’ll fall in love with her.”

    Another time, he stood between me and the mirror and complimented the red dress I was wearing for the segment. “You going out tonight?” he asked.

    I said I didn’t know, and he said—again to the makeup artist—“Make sure you wipe this off her face after the show. We don’t make her up so some guy at a bar can look at her like this.”

    Again—Matthews was never my boss. I’m pretty sure that behavior doesn’t rise to the level of illegal sexual harassment. But it undermined my ability to do my job well. And after I published a story about it, even though I didn’t name him, dozens of people reached out to say they knew exactly who it was. Many had similar stories.

    A fellow cable news pundit, who doesn’t want to be named for professional reasons, said Matthews invited her on to talk about misogyny in the Republican Party, telling her that he planned to draw a comparison to the ‘60s ad men show “Mad Men.” Right before going on air, he turned to her and asked “whether Joan’s proportions are real,” referring to the body of a curvy character on the show, before seamlessly transitioning into a supposedly feminist segment. She was shaken, like I was. (At the time of publication, MSNBC has not yet responded to GQ with comment on either incident.)

    In fact, Matthews’s whole modus operandi seems to be inviting smart women onto his show, flirting with them or otherwise making them uncomfortable before or while the camera rolls, asking them a question on air and then immediately interrupting them to tell them why they’re wrong. He repeated this playbook with Warren this week. The fact that this kind of behavior has not lost him his primetime cable news show in the year 2020—even aside from his egregious “Bill Cosby pill” joke and the sexual harassment allegation against him—speaks to how far the #MeToo movement still has to go to change the standards for what kind of attitudes toward women in the workplace is acceptable and even rewarded.

    There is a worthy journalistic line of inquiry Matthews could take about non-disclosure agreements and the role they play in muzzling women and upholding abusive power structures. Instead of exploring that, Matthews attacked Warren's clarity on whether she believes another woman’s corroborated testimony. He seems constitutionally incapable of probing these hyper-relevant topics with anything approaching intellectual curiosity or open-mindedness. In that way, he's also unfit for his job.

    Beyond the question of Matthews’s employment, there is the decision of keeping a man with this flagrant bias as the anchor of a major cable news evening show. His position affords him the ability to affect public opinion, both sweeping away documented behavior of male presidential candidates and casting doubt on corroborated women’s accusations against those men. Having a news anchor who calls women “She-Devil” and treats their assessments with infantilizing suspicion while conducting post-debate interviews builds in a major disadvantage for female candidates. And that’s downright irresponsible.

    Laura Bassett is a freelance journalist writing about politics, gender, and culture.


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