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After Hours AM / Criminal Code Sexual Abusers Executive Director Maia Christopher

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On a burningly topical edition of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime Wednesdays with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen we dig into the flood of sexual abuse and assault accusations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and talk treatment for Weinstein and his ilk with Association For The Treatment Of Sexual Abusers Executive Director Maia Christopher. We talk with Maia hour1; at Hour 2 Joel and Eric will review the week’s top True Crime news. After the Weinstein accusations hit the fan, The LA Times has compiled a list of at least 30 prominent men accused of sexual misconduct. Here’s some of the better known names and what they have been accused of:Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein began his meteoric fall from grace after the New York Times and then the New Yorker published stories alleging decades of sexual harassment and payoffs. Additional women immediately began sharing their stories, accusing the producer of sexual misconduct, including rape. Weinstein was quickly fired from the Weinstein Co., which he co-founded. Many have condemned and moved to distance themselves from the former executive, including Amazon Studios and the motion picture academy, the latter of which expelled Weinstein from its membership. James Toback After the Los Angeles Times published an article saying 38 women accused director James Toback of sexual harassment, more than 200 other women contacted The Times with similar allegations about him. 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. According to these women, Toback would approach them, offer up his credentials and say he could make them a star. Then, in a hotel room, a movie trailer or public park, meetings framed as interviews or auditions quickly turned sexual, they said. Toback has denied the alleg

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