There may never be an end to the Harvey Weinstein stories. The disgraced mogul, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women, is once again the subject of a stunning report from The New York Times that details the shocking ways in which he maintained a hold on the entertainment industry for decades. Keeping his grip required dire complicity; in one section, the Times says that at least eight C.A.A. agents knew about Weinstein’s alleged misconduct, “largely from actresses they represented,” but did not do anything about it.
In a statement to the newspaper, the powerful agency apologized “to any person the agency let down for not meeting the high expectations we place on ourselves,” and noted that it will revise “management structure to include more women and improve its sexual harassment policies.” Weinstein, meanwhile, denies claims of non-consensual acts, and his spokeswoman disputed claims in