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In #MeToo overreach, celebrities are fighting back—and winning—in court
Geoffrey Rush

In #MeToo overreach, celebrities are fighting back—and winning—in court 

After the latest round of 25-year-old rape allegations, Amazon promptly cancelled Woody Allen’s multi-picture deal and refused to release an already finished Rainy Day In New York. The four-time Oscar winner, who has long maintained innocence and was never charged, responded by suing the media giant for $68 million: Rainy Day in New York will now play in Deauville American Film Festival in France and is set to open in 15 other countries.     

This comes just weeks after a young man, who accused another Oscar-winner, Kevin Spacey, of groping him at a restaurant, voluntarily dropped the lawsuit against the actor without prejudice. The former star of Netflix series House of Cards previously denied the allegations in a bizarre Youtube video called “Let Me Be Frank.”

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