Weinstein 2.0: Hollywood Director James Toback Accused Of Humping Hundreds Of Women's Legs

Chris Menahan
Oct. 25, 2017

Hollywood director James Toback has been accused of sexually assaulting over 200 women, most of whom say he humped their leg like a dog.

From the Los Angeles Times:
He prowled the streets of Manhattan looking for attractive young women, usually in their early 20s, sometimes college students, on occasion a high schooler. He approached them in Central Park, standing in line at a bank or drug store or at a copy center while they worked on their resumes.

His opening line had a few variations. One went: "My name's James Toback. I'm a movie director. Have you ever seen 'Black and White' or 'Two Girls and a Guy'?"

Probably not. So he'd start to drop names. He had an Oscar nomination for writing the Warren Beatty movie "Bugsy." He directed Robert Downey Jr., in three movies. The actor, Toback claimed, was a close friend; he had "invented him." If you didn't believe him, he would pull out a business card or an article that had been written about him to prove he had some juice in Hollywood. That he could make you a star.
But first, he'd need to get to know you. Intimately. Trust him, he'd say. It's all part of his process.

Then, in a hotel room, a movie trailer, a public park, meetings framed as interviews or auditions quickly turned sexual, according to 38 women who, in separate interviews told the Los Angeles Times of similar encounters they had with Toback.

During these meetings, many of the women said, Toback boasted of sexual conquests with the famous and then asked humiliating personal questions. How often do you masturbate? How much pubic hair do you have? He'd tell them, they said, that he couldn't properly function unless he "jerked off" several times a day. And then he'd dry-hump them or masturbate in front of them, ejaculating into his pants or onto their bodies and then walk away. Meeting over.

The women's accounts portray James Toback as a man who, for decades, sexually harassed women he hired, women looking for work and women he just saw on the street. The vast majority of these women -- 31 of the 38 interviewed -- spoke on the record. The Times also interviewed people that the women informed of the incidents when they occurred.
Read the full, fascinating details of his exploits in the LA Times. Be sure to note how many of the women went along with it in exchange for the promise of fame.

Hollywood is a cesspit of degeneracy and filth. If people had any idea what's really going on in Hollywood then actors, actresses, directors and producers would be viewed as the lowest bottom-feeders in our society rather than as royalty (in accordance with historical norms).

UPDATE: The LA Times now says the number of accusers is over 200.

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