Almost forty women accused director James Toback in Los Angeles Times of them to have hurt. The screenwriter and filmmaker denies himself in all keys in all and says the women ” at most for five minutes to have met.’
Los Angeles Times brought Monday to the stories of the 31 women, who are screenwriter and director James Toback all allegations of sexual misconduct. In total, 38 women accuse him.
The pattern of their testimonials much the same. Toback would women on the street have been approached in New York with the promise that he could do for their career. Then went to the ontmoetingne the sexual avenues and, in some cases, he would have masturbated.
“He said that he wanted to masturbate while he me in the eyes and I in his nipples pinched,” says actress Echo Danon, one of the witnesses. Toback denies everything and states that he is in the women ‘within five minutes’ would have met.
Toback is best known as screenwriter of The Gambler with James Caan and the gangsterbiopic Bugsy, for which he in 1992 was nominated at the Oscars. As a director his most famous work Fingers, the misdaadklassieker with Harvey Keitel in the lead role.
The testimonies come in the aftermath of the seksschandaal around producer Harvey Weinstein, who also already dozens of women testified. That should tell the women that Toback would have been molested memories have brought, say they, themselves, Los Angeles Times.