There’s Now a Searchable Database of Hollywood’s Sexual Predators

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December 19, 2017 9:00 am

In the post-Harvey Weinstein world of men behaving badly, we’ve all started wondering, “who’s next?” (Looks like it could be T.J. Miller.)

To keep track of the incredibly long, sad list of cast members, screenwriters, directors and producers accused of sexual misconduct, there is now Rotten Apples, a searchable database of Hollywood miscreants.

To use, just search by name of a movie or TV show, and the site will link to articles from “reputable news organizations” regarding any accusations tied to people connected to said show or film.

As the site importantly notes, “This database is not perfect, nor are the results meant to be taken as fact.” And, as co-creator Tal Wagman suggests, “We’re definitely not advocating for boycotting anyone’s films,” noting that he wants the site to help people make “ethical media consumption decisions.”

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