Hollywood has been in chaos over the last several days following the damning sexual assault and harassment accusations against celebrated film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Although Weinstein denies having non-consensual sex with his accusers, including A-list actresses, the number of women coming forward with stories of their experiences with the Hollywood mogul have been steadily growing since The New York Times dropped the bombshell last week.
In support of those who have come forward, other celebrities have also opened up about their own experiences with sexual harassment by those in the position of power within the industry. While many of the claims were made by women, there are a few of Hollywood's leading men who had stories to share.
NFL player-turned-actor Terry Crews shocked the world when he revealed that he was once inappropriately touched by a "high level Hollywood executive" while attending an industry event in 2016.
"This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why? Because this kind of thing happened to ME, " Crews wrote in a twitter thread. "My wife [and] I were at a Hollywood function last year [and] a high level Hollywood executive came over 2 me and groped my privates."
In the wake of Crews's revelation, another male actor has also admitted that he too is a victim of sexual harassment.
James Van Der Beek, best known for his role on the hit show Dawson's Creek, spoke out about being harassed as a young, vulnerable man trying to make it in Hollywood, and then slammed those criticizing the women who stayed silent all these years.