John Oliver was lauded in some quarters earlier this month for confronting Dustin Hoffman about allegations of sexual harassment made against him, but to the "Last Week Tonight" host, the conversation was a bit of a failure. In a new interview with British comedian Russell Howard, Oliver said that
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Friend of Hoffman's daughter claims he exposed himself to her in a hotel when she was 16 years old.
Two of the women who have come forward with new accusations of sexual misconduct and assault by Dustin Hoffman said they decided to go public to support other alleged victims of the Hollywood star. Cori Thomas, Melissa Kester and a third woman whose name was withheld told Variety in a piece
Hoffman is facing allegations from five more woman, including one who claims she was a teenager when Hoffman allegedly exposed himself to her.
Judy index new allegations against Dustin Hoffman tonight Friday reporting three women now accusing him of sexual assault in misconduct in the 1980s. One accuser says he exposed himself to her when she was to 162 other women claimed he assaulted them while he worked on the film Ishtar. Altman's
Hoffman said he was not prepared for the kind of success that the film garnered.