Jennifer Fox has long discussed what happened when she was 13 and her coach was 40. She even based a film on it. Now she has revealed the final detail: his identity.
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Pam Shriver’s Fight to End Sex Abuse in Women’s Tennis
The 21-time Grand Slam doubles champion is doing four-way duty as a television commentator, a coach, an ally to sexual abuse survivors and an agitator for changing the game’s culture.
Former Partner of Victor Rivera Admits to Homeless-Shelter Bribe Scheme
Sheina Levin was a former business partner of Victor Rivera, whose dealings were the subject of a New York Times investigation.
Accuser Reveals Name in Groping Suit Against Matt Schlapp, Top Conservative
The man, Carlton Huffman, 39, said he had sought anonymity in his lawsuit against Mr. Schlapp, a powerful activist, out of fear of potential retaliation by Trump supporters.
Harvey Weinstein Sentenced to 16 Years for Los Angeles Sex Crimes
The former film producer was convicted in December of rape and sexual assault of a woman who testified that he attacked her in 2013.
R. Kelly Sentenced to 20 Years for Child Sex Crimes
The singer will serve most of the sentence in federal prison at the same time as a 30-year term for racketeering and sex trafficking.
Justice Dept. Struggles to Enforce Early Release Program for Abused Inmates
Prison officials and judges have been reluctant to support “compassionate releases” unless an inmate is ill, dying or incapacitated by age.
Sarah Lawrence Sex Cult’s ‘Lieutenant’ Faces Prison for Abetting Abuse
Isabella Pollok should not serve time for helping Lawrence Ray, her lawyers said. They argued that she went from innocent acolyte to “broken automaton.”
‘Brainwashing a Generation’: British Schools Combat Andrew Tate’s Views
Alarmed by an online personality’s popularity among their students, educators are mobilizing to combat the sexism he promotes.
Justice Dept. Declines to Charge Gaetz in Sex-Trafficking Inquiry, Officials Say
An investigation had examined whether Representative Matt Gaetz broke federal laws, focusing on his relationships with women recruited online, and whether he had sex with a 17-year-old girl.
Serial Rapist David Carrick, a Former U.K. Police Officer, Is Sentenced to Life
David Carrick had pleaded guilty to 49 crimes against 12 women in the latest case to cast a harsh spotlight on the Metropolitan Police.
U.K. Court Hears Details of David Carrick’s Years of Sexual Abuse
A sentencing hearing for David Carrick, who pleaded guilty to 49 counts of sexual assault and rape involving at least a dozen women over 17 years, revealed new details of his shocking abuse.
Musk Pledged to Cleanse Twitter of Child Abuse Content. Is It Working?
Child sexual abuse imagery spreads on Twitter even after the company is notified: One video drew 120,000 views. “Sewer rats,” as one regulator described bad actors, remain.
Eagles’ Josh Sills Indicted on Rape and Kidnapping Charges
Joshua Sills, 25, was indicted in Ohio in the rape of a woman in December 2019, prosecutors announced on Wednesday.
Ringleader of Sex Cult at Sarah Lawrence College Gets 60-Year Sentence
Lawrence Ray was convicted of extortion, sex trafficking, racketeering conspiracy and other charges.
A Mother in Haiti Watches Her Child’s Gang Killing
Trapped by unending violence in the country’s largest slum, a mother makes a desperate attempt to save her teenage daughter.
Matt Schlapp Is Accused in Lawsuit of Groping Aide to Herschel Walker’s Campaign
The aide, who was working for Herschel Walker’s campaign for Senate in Georgia, made the allegations in a lawsuit filed anonymously. A lawyer for Mr. Schlapp denied the accusations.
London Police Officer Admits to 49 Charges of Sexual Abuse, Including Rape
David Carrick, who worked for the Metropolitan Police, carried out “a relentless campaign” of violence over 17 years, prosecutors said, using his position of authority to manipulate victims.
How to Help Girls Enduring the Unendurable
Some unfinished business from #MeToo: the global scourge of rape.
My Ex-Husband Sexually Abused His Sister. Should I Have Been Warned?
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on who has the right to know about someone’s dark past.
Ukraine Finds Sexual Crimes Where Russian Troops Ruled
Russian officials have denied abuses against civilians despite widespread evidence of sexual violence by Russian troops documented by Ukrainian and international investigators.
Benedict Leaves a Conflicted Legacy on Clerical Sexual Abuse
Joseph Ratzinger was accused of mishandling cases when he was bishop of Munich, but as pope he was credited with forcing the Catholic Church to face a scourge long ignored.
Breaking Out of the #MeToo Movie Formula
How “Women Talking” and “Tár” make the discourse around the movement feel thrillingly unfamiliar.
Pope Benedict XVI Leaves a Spotty Legacy With Sex Abuse Scandal
His efforts to rid the church of what he called “filth” went further than those of John Paul II, but he was reluctant to hold bishops accountable.
Andrew Tate Is Detained in Romania in Human Trafficking Investigation
Mr. Tate, an online personality known for making misogynistic comments about women, was being held for 24 hours, the authorities said.
LA Jury Finds Harvey Weinstein Guilty of Rape in Mixed Verdict
The former film producer was convicted of sex crimes for the second time, though the jury could not reach a decision on three counts and acquitted him on one count.
Weinstein’s Prosecutors Brought His Past Into the Courtroom. Good.
The latest verdict against Mr. Weinstein offers lessons for other sex crimes cases
Iran Uses Rape to Enforce Women’s Modesty
America and the West need to show as much strength in opposing this tyrannical regime as these protesters have.
Justice Dept. Considers Early Release for Female Inmates Sexually Abused Behind Bars
The push comes amid new revelations about the extent of abuse of women, and the unwillingness of many prison officials to address a crisis that has long been an open secret in government.
Lionel Messi Is the Right Man for Argentina’s Post-Macho Moment
The superstar striker’s career has taken place in an era when the country’s culture around masculinity in football has changed. Is that a coincidence?
Former Gaetz Confidant Is Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison
Joel Greenberg, a tax collector in Florida, had been cooperating with the Justice Department in its investigation into Representative Matt Gaetz.
Epstein Estate Agrees to Pay U.S. Virgin Islands More Than $105 Million
The estate of the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein will repay tax benefits and half the proceeds from the sale of an island he owned.
Amid Scandals and Politics, Poland’s Youths Lose Faith in Catholic Church
The Polish church is in a deep crisis, as its authority is sapped by cascading sexual abuse scandals and as more people grow wary of its perceived alliance with the country’s right-wing government.
For Hundreds of Maryland Clergy Abuse Victims, ‘No Parish Was Safe’
The state attorney general investigated more than 80 years of sexual and physical abuse in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
‘She Said’ Filmmakers and Weinstein Victims: An Emotional Collaboration
Though the drama avoids showing assaults or even much of the producer, a survivor likened reliving the experience to “watching your own car crash.”
Military Acknowledges More Sexual Abuse in J.R.O.T.C. Programs
Lawmakers criticized oversight by the military, which reported dozens of additional cases of abuse of high school students by J.R.O.T.C. instructors.
Hundreds of Women Set to Sue New York Over Prison Sex Abuse Allegations
A law that takes effect on Nov. 24 allows people to sue over years-old assaults long past the criminal statute of limitations.
How a Sex Attack Suspect Slipped Past the N.Y.P.D. and Struck Again
The first attack in Hudson River Park set off searches, but investigators made no arrest until two more women had been victimized.
Jury Says Paul Haggis Raped Woman After Film Premiere
Mr. Haggis, a writer of the Oscar-winning films “Crash” and “Million Dollar Baby,” was sued by a film publicist after a 2013 encounter in his New York apartment.
Jeffrey Epstein Victim Says She May Have Made a Mistake in Accusing Dershowitz
Virginia Giuffre, who was trafficked as a girl by the financier Jeffrey E. Epstein, had accused Alan Dershowitz, a law professor, of abusing her. Now she says she is no longer certain.
Les Moonves and Paramount to Pay $9.75 Million in State Case Tied to Sexual Misconduct
The New York attorney general’s office found that CBS, whose parent company is now Paramount, concealed allegations about its former chief executive from investors.
Louisiana Governor Asks for Inquiry Into Juvenile Detention Center
The move comes in response to a New York Times investigation documenting years of torment and lenient oversight, and a surge in suicide attempts.
What to Know About Harvey Weinstein’s Los Angeles Trial
The former Hollywood producer was convicted in New York in 2020 of rape and criminal sexual assault. He faces 11 separate charges in Los Angeles.
Former UCLA Gynecologist Is Convicted of Sexually Abusing Patients
Dr. James Heaps faces up to 21 years in prison after he was convicted of five criminal counts, prosecutors said.
Politician, Thy Name Is Hypocrite
A rape-or-incest exception to anti-abortion laws isn’t humanitarian. It’s a meaningless rhetorical ploy.
What to Know as Trump Is Deposed in E. Jean Carroll Suit Accusing Him of Rape
The former president on Wednesday will be asked questions under oath in a defamation case brought by the writer E. Jean Carroll, who says he raped her in a dressing room.
Cuba Gooding Jr. Will Serve No Prison Time After Plea in Sex Abuse Case
The actor pleaded guilty to a single harassment charge after being accused of groping and kissing three women. A score of similar stories emerged after his arrest.
Chaucer the Rapist? Newly Discovered Documents Suggest Not.
That the author of “The Canterbury Tales” had been accused of rape was long a staple of Chaucer studies. But scholars now suggest it was based on a misreading of court papers from 1380.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Wife of Gov. Gavin Newsom, To Testify in Harvey Weinstein’s L.A. Trial
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, a documentary filmmaker and former actor, has accused the once-powerful film mogul, Harvey Weinstein, of sexual assault.
Harvey Weinstein Sex Crimes Trial to Begin Monday in Los Angeles
The former movie producer was already convicted in New York, but his Los Angeles trial could be pivotal if he wins an appeal in the first case.