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Harvey Weinstein’s victims release list of 82 women who say they were sexually abused

Weinstein's victims sought to compile a full picture of abuse.

Harvey Weinstein in May 2017 Jacopo Raule/Contributor/Getty Images
Dylan Scott covers health care for Vox. He has reported on health policy for more than 10 years, writing for Governing magazine, Talking Points Memo and STAT before joining Vox in 2017.

The full scope of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct is broadening even further.

On Saturday morning, actress and director Asia Argento, who previously said Weinstein had harassed and assaulted her in the 1990s, posted a list of 82 women who say that Weinstein harassed or abused them. It functions for now as the most extensive list, adding dozens of claims to those already compiled by Vox and others.

“This is the list of all the 82 women who were sexually assaulted/raped/molested by Harvey Weinstein,” Argento said. “We, the victims, have compiled this list.”

Most of the accusations come with a description of the alleged abuse.

Some of the new accusations come from women who wish to remain anonymous. But other victims, including former Miramax assistant Morgan Shanahar, are named.

This is Shanahar’s account, as presented in Argento’s tweet, which suggests that Weinstein’s behavior was well known to other Miramax executives and describes the toxic work environment which Weinstein helped create: