News broke last week that Harvey… Harvey.. what was his name again? Harvey Stormdrain? Smutty Wankstein? Anyway, news broke last week that the man better known as the inspiration for well-known gluttonous space worm Jabba the Hutt was a serial sexual abuser and that media outlets have been sitting on the story for years. Since the story broke, dozens have come forward adding layers of dimension to Hefty Swinesteak’s long running history of transgressions. The revelations are so numerous that it’s become a labyrinth of impropriety, cover-ups and outright lies. Let me consolidate the fallout for you here as best I can. Before I begin, what’s clear from all of this is that not a one of these people is innocent and it’s clear that Hollywood has cultivated a culture of perversion, intimidation and power-brokering while simultaneously lecturing the rest of the country on their behavior.
At the time of this writing, here’s an exhaustive list of all the women who’ve come forward so far with complaints that this walking barrel of fat and hedonism harassed, assaulted or raped them: Emily Nestor, Lauren O’Connor, Laura Madden, Zelda Perkins, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Ambra Batilla Gutierrez, Lucia Evans, Asia Argento, Mira Sovino, Emma de Caunes, Rosanna Arquette, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Tomi-Ann Roberts, Katherine Kendall, Judith Godrèche, Dawn Dunning, Zoe Brock, Romola Gara, Lauren Sivan, Liza Campbell, Léa Seydoux, Cara Delevingne, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Barth, Sophie Dix, and Eva Green. One thing to keep in mind is, as Joe Rogan said on his podcast, these are this vomit golem’s missed pitches. For every one of these women coming forward there are probably ten more who are too scared and a hundred more who agreed to the sexual quid pro quo.
Not only that, each day of fallout from this news story is presenting more and more evidence that Sweaty Fatvein is the tip of the iceberg of the culture of abuse permeating Hollywood society in the background as they lecture the entire world about how much better they are than everyone else. Today Oliver Stone is facing accusations of groping Playboy model Carrie Stevens. Even the men in Hollywood aren’t safe, with James Van Der Beek (star of the much underrated adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’s 1987 novel Rules of Attraction) and magnetic actor/human tank Terry Crews going on record stating they were groped by prominent Hollywood execs, revealing that the glitz and glamour of the bright lights are performing the ultimate triumph of movie magic — turning a desert of despair and predation into a beacon of light and excitement.