The woman, a co-founder of "Dis son nom," won't have to reveal her identity.
“It’s very public. It’s very brutal, and it feels like it’s only the beginning."
“I am truly sorry for the harm I have caused to these women,” he said.
The landmark verdict is a milestone moment in the Me Too era.
The trial held in New York City is expected to last around six weeks.
The offensive behaviour of powerful men is about much more than innocent hugs gone awry.
The clip surfaced the day after the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries premiered.
Minister Jim Wilson and staffer Andrew Kimber abruptly left their posts.
The legacy of Dov Charney, an alleged serial sexual harasser, has no place on the backs of Canadians.
Unfeeling responses and botched handling of incidents amplify the emotional and physical risks experienced by victims.