More than fifty women now have accused disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, harassment, assault, and in some cases, even rape. Weinstein has “unequivocally denied” any Allegations of non-consensual sex, but there are a lot of women whose claims suggest otherwise. These accusers include Ashley Judd, Zoë Brock, Laura Madden, Liza Campbell, Louise Godbold, Lauren Sivan, and Rose McGowan (who is one of the most outspoken of the accusers).

The list is endless...

Another of one Weinstein’s most outspoken accusers is Asia Argento, who said of the assault, “After the rape, he won.” There’s also “Ted” actress Jessica Barth (whose experience she told to co-star Seth MacFarlane, giving him the material for his famous Oscars joke), Emma de Caunes, Dawn Dunning, Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, Mira Sorvino, who claims she was “chased” around Weinstein’s hotel room as he attempted to sexually assault her, Lucia Stoller, Gwyneth Paltrow (who starred in the critically acclaimed box office hit "Shakespeare in Love," produced by Harvey Weinstein), A-List starlet and UN ambassador Angelina Jolie, “Pulp Fiction” actress Rosanna Arquette, Judith Godrèche, Katherine Kendall, Tomi-Ann Roberts, Louisette Geiss, Romola Garai, “Boogie Nights” and “Austin Powers” star Heather Graham, model and “Suicide Squad” star Cara Delevingne, Bond girls Léa Seydoux ("Spectre") and Eva Green ("Casino Royale"), Sarah Ann Masse, Claire Forlani, Florence Darel, Sophie Dix, Kate Beckinsale, the star of the "Underworld" movie franchise and the remake of "Total Recall," Tara Subkoff, Melissa Sagemiller, Minka Kelly, Trish Goff, Angie Everhart, Mia Kirshner, British soap actress Lysette Anthony, former Miramax employee Sarah Smith, production intern Paula Wachowiak, Lauren Holly, Amber Anderson, Lena Headey (Cercei Lannister from “Game of Thrones”), Heather Kerr, Marisa Coughlan, Lupita Nyong’o, who has written a piece for The New York Times describing her experience of being harassed by the Hollywood producer and has starred in a wide range of films from "12 Years a Slave" to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in the years since her traumatising experience, Russian TV personality and executive Katya Mtsitouridze, Weinstein’s former assistant Zelda Perkins, Brit Marling, production assistant Mimi Haleyi, and Dominique Huett, who filed a lawsuit in October with the allegation that Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on her in 2010.

And that’s not all: there’s also Natassia Malthe, Annabella Sciorra, Daryl Hannah (a former A-lister from the '80s who is now enjoying a comeback with success on the Netflix sci-fi series "Sense8" from the Wachowski siblings), Hope Exiner d’Amore, Ashley Matthau (who was paid a settlement of more than $100,000 to stay quiet about the movie mogul’s actions), Cynthia Burr, Lacey Dorn, Paz de la Huerta, and Julianna Margulies. Another accuser is Alice Evans, whose rejection of Weinstein’s advances led to her boyfriend Ioan Gruffudd losing out on a role he’d auditioned for in a Weinstein movie. This is exactly the kind of abuse of power that the producer has been disgraced and ostracised for.